At Legs we say our work goesbeyond words, and finding the right words for this news is a challenge ... our Cecily Hardy is taking on another exciting role and stepping away from Team Legs. Cec has been at the heart of the company for a transformational six years and we're sad to see her leave but excited for what's next for all of us:
Thinking back, I realise how much has been tackled to get art making and artists actually onto stages (and parks, rooftops, hanging over iconic bodies of water!!) in the last years – literally battling bushfires, floods, a pandemic, and many other challenges. I mention this because it’s this that gives me the most confidence – that this considerate, resilient, impassioned, team will stop at nothing. I leave you in good hands, at an exciting time for the future of Legs. Goodbye and thanks, Cec x
Cecily outside the Red Box with Vicki Van Hout, Olivia Hadley, Kate Walder, Jess Dunn and Jana Castillo
(International Women's Day 2021)
WORK WITH US!
In light of Cecily's departure we're looking for a dynamic Senior Producer to take the company into the future. The ideal candidate will propel our flagship productionTHAWto its fullest potential, oversee Legs’ existing repertoire of works and co-productions, and contribute to Legs’ forward planning, initiating new works with Artistic Director Joshua Thomson.
More information and a Position Description are availablehere.
With the support of the Australia Council for the Arts, the National Institute of Circus Arts (NICA) embarks on a one-year residency and mentorship program that will assist up to 23 circus and physical theatre artists to test and research ideas and create and present work. NICA welcomes proposals from emerging or established circus and physical theatre artists, groups or collectives who reside in Australia or have the right visa to live and work in Australia.