Production Interns


Production Interns

Evan Bernardin Productions
New York, NY 10036

Job Details




Production Interns


The production team of Counting Sheep is looking for scenic, paint, and prop interns to join them in creating the world of the show. Interns will be asked to assist in the fabrication process for a week. (multiple weeks if applicant is interested) The first week will be November 8, 2017 with load in of the show occurring on November 13. The show is scheduled to run at 3LD from November 28 to December 17, 2017.


Interns will receive a travel stipend and 2 tickets to the production.


To apply please send a resume to


DESIGNER: Victoria “Vita” Tzykun has designed sets, costumes, and projections for companies such as The Bolshoi Theater (Russia), Norwegian Opera, Santa Fe Opera, LA Opera, Seattle Opera, Minnesota Opera, Dallas Opera, Opera Philadelphia, The Kennedy Center (Washington DC), Wexford Opera Festival (Ireland), Boston Lyric Opera, Atlanta Opera, Kristiansund Opera (Norway), Utah Opera, Juilliard Opera, Wolf Trap Opera, Prototype Festival (NYC), National Sawdust (NYC), Theatro Imeras (Athens), 3LD Art & Media Center (NYC), and Cherry Lane Theatre (NYC) among others. Her recent projects include set design for the critically acclaimed World premiere of the (R)Evolution of Steve Jobs at Santa Fe Opera and art direction for Lady Gaga’s ABC Thanksgiving Special.


SHOW: Counting Sheep is a deeply personal retelling of the Maidan revolution in Ukraine -- an immersive Ukrainian folk-opera set to the sounds of Canada's beloved guerilla-folk party-punk band, The Lemon Bucket Orkestra. Counting Sheep is a striking, visceral exploration into the politics of revolution, beating with the heart of a people yearning for a better tomorrow. A call-to-action and affirmation of the human condition, Counting Sheep invites audiences to be part of the Revolution. The 12-member cast envelops audience members in this historic time period, as they perform moments of revolution amongst three large screens projecting real-life news coverage and found-footage of the revolution that began in 2013. Counting Sheep is performed using gorgeous Ukrainian polyphony choral music, and although not in English, the exuberant musical performances and vibrant visuals offer a clear view into the lived experiences of those who were involved in the Maidan, and, to an extent, any modern day political revolution. Anticipation, excitement, fear, loss, anger and the will to keep fighting -- audience members are by the Revolutionaryies' side, riding the wave of each emotion. Counting Sheep is created by Lemon Bucket Orkestra leader, Mark Marczyk and his wife, Marichka Marczyk, and is inspired by their own experiences in the Maidan.


November 8, 2017 - December 19, 2017



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