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Production Team Application

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Be You Productions is excited to announce our 2023 production of Lucky Stiff to be staged in August at the MC Showroom.

We are now seeking two associate production team members for paid opportunity through ethical profit share. As we already have a leadership team we are open to all disciplines to support this work


Our successful candidates will be professionally coached throughout the process to step into a leadership role for our rehearsals, with the view to gain a position in your own right. There is also the option to stay as an associate and support the team - the offer of growth is there and the choice will be yours.


A down-on-his-luck English shoe salesman unexpectedly inherits $6 million worth of diamonds from an American uncle. However, getting the money won’t be easy. He’ll have to deal with his uncle’s unusual will terms and all the other people after his money.

Our Vision

While this show is very melodramatic and leans into a lot of tropes, we don't want it to feel fake or cheesy. We want our actors to lean in to the truth of their characters, the heightened nature of the story, as after all the truth is funny. Honest discovery, observation, and reaction is better than contrived invention. 

Real humour does not come from sacrificing the reality of a moment in order to crack a cheap joke, but in finding the joke in the reality of the moment.



Continuing with our traditions of open casting, each actor will be chosen for their personal abilities rather than them being the 'perfect fit' for the role. Every role will be open to every performer. We are limited by the rights by the gender expressions of each character, though this will not limit our imagination as to who is able to play each role. If you are passionate about a character but unsure if the actor fits, we encourage them to give it their best shot! Therefore, we're looking for open-minded and creative production team members

Be You Productions is a Melbourne based independent theatre company that strives to create sustainable theatre using an ethical profit share model. We're an established production company that seeks to disrupt the powerful people in the industry. We believe in empowering our cast and crew through creating and supporting a safe working environment and using our ethical profit share model to ensure everyone receives ethical and fair compensation for their efforts.


As we are in the business of empowerment, providing support, and opportunities for growth and development, we are seeking multi-disciplinary and resourceful applicants who have an interest in:


Music Direction



If you are interested and don’t know if you have enough experience, please apply regardless! We’d love to hear from you, as we’re always looking for passionate people who want to get their foot in the door as a leader in the music theatre community.

These positions are part of our ethical profit share model and we use contracts approved by MEAA.


We actively encourage submissions from creatives who identify as IBPOC, culturally, gender and body diverse and/or those living with disabilities (visible or nonvisible).

We are proud of our diverse community and want to ensure people feel welcome to be considered for any of the positions available.

Important Dates

Production Applications close:

5 March

Auditions Open:

1 April

Rehearsal Workshops: 

7 & 11 June



Mon (evening), Wed (evening), Sun (1-5pm)

9 July - 20 August


21 - 27 August 2023

Leadership Team:


Bradley Dylan (he/they)


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Weng Yi Wong (she/her)

Production Manager


Daniele Buatti (he/him)

Music Director


John Mondelo (he/him)


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