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Ballet Gamonet Seeks Box Office Manager
is currently seeking a Box Office Manager. Major responsibilities are:
Managing full control of the box office department along with assisting in
general clerical and office work as directed. Desired experience in Microsoft
Excel, Word and Outlook. Bilingual in Spanish/English a plus. Please e-mail
Florida Stage Theatre Seeks Director Of Development
Florida Stage, the
award-winning 20-year old professional theatre company located in Manalapan,
Florida, is currently seeking to fill the position of Director of Development.
With an annual budget of nearly $4 million, the year-round theatre produces
exclusively world and regional premieres, an annual new works festival and a
full complement of innovative education programs that reach several thousand
students each year. The successful candidate for this position will have at
least five years of hands-on fundraising experience and an excellent track
record of securing individual and corporate gifts. Familiarity with the Palm
Beach community is highly desirable. Competent computer skills, good
organizational ability, excellent communication skills, maturity, a sense of
humor, the ability to work as an integral part of a team, and the capacity to
manage multiple campaigns are essential to this position. This position will be
part of a three-person team reporting directly to the managing and producing
directors and responsible for jointly raising approximately $1.3 million in
unrestricted gift income each year. Florida Stage offers a competitive salary, a
congenial work environment, and an excellent benefits package. The position is
open as of July 1 and interviews are commencing immediately. E-mail resumes to:
firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line
Director of Development Position.
Miami Children's Theater Seeks Professionals
Theater is opening a third location and is looking for talented,
hard working, dedicated people who have experience working with or in the
performing arts to fill the following positions: Program Director, Camp
Director, Theater Director, Theater teacher, Music teacher, Choreographer, Asst.
Director, Stage Manager, Asst. Technical Director, Grants Administrator,
Administrative Assistant, teachers and counselors. Full and part-time positions
available. Competitive pay. Must Love Children! Please e-mail resume to:
Old School Square Cultural Arts Center Seeks
Director of Development
Opportunity to head development department at
Old School Square Cultural Arts
Center, a leading South Florida multi-cultural arts center and award-winning
National Historic Site, that is the heart of vibrant downtown Delray Beach.
Responsibilities include: developing and implementing a fund raising plan to
help support the Center's programs and services, endowment and future capital
projects; researching and identifying prospects for cultivation; establishing
and maintaining strong donor relations; securing gifts from individuals,
foundations and corporations; maximizing membership, direct mail, and special
event revenues; developing effective fund raising control and performance
measures; and working effectively with executive director, staff, board of
directors and development committee to establish and reach fund raising goals.
Qualifications include: bachelor's degree in business administration or
non-profit administration, arts administration, or equivalent qualifications
preferred; seven to ten years of fund raising experience, including three to
five years management responsibility; computer literacy and familiarity with
donor management software; and effective verbal and written communication
skills. CFRE and knowledge of the south Palm Beach County philanthropic
community a plus. Must be a self-starter with outgoing personality and passion
for the arts. Please submit resume, cover letter and qualifications to: Joe
Gillie, Executive Director, Old School Square Cultural Arts Center, 51 N.
Swinton Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444, or e-mail submissions to:
email@example.com. No phone calls. Deadline: July 21.
Florida Studio Theatre Seeks Production Associate
Theatre, a professional Equity regional Theatre in Sarasota, Florida, is
seeking an entry-level Production Associate. Duties include but are not limited
to: sound installation for all productions, assist with recording and editing
sound effects and cues, maintenance and inventory control of sound and lighting
equipment, heading crews for strikes and load-ins, and assist in the scenic and
props departments as needed. Applicants need a working knowledge of all areas
of production: scenic, lighting, sound, props and costumes. Check out our
website at www.fst2000.org. E-mail cover letter, resume with references and
salary requirement to: Search Committee, Production Associate, Florida Studio
Theatre. E-mail -
Celebrity Cruises Seeks Theatre Technical Professionals
Celebrity Cruises is seeking professional, enthusiastic and motivated candidates
interested in applying for ship-based positions as Sound or Light Technicians,
Production Managers, and A/V Technicians. Our theatrical venues are equipped
with state-of-the-art staging, lighting and special effects. Job duties include
setting/striking, operation and maintenance of audio, lighting, A/V equipment,
scenic, and props. Proven working knowledge of entertainment systems, including
moving lighting and special effects, rigging, or music based audio systems.
E-mail resumes to: WTepley@rccl.com
Mosaic Theatre Seeks Technical Director
Mosaic Theatre, an
award-winning professional theatre company in Plantation, is seeking an
experienced and motivated Technical Director for our 2007/2008 season.
Interested, qualified applicants should e-mail or fax a letter of interest and
firstname.lastname@example.org Fax number 954- 472-4713 or call
954-577-8243 for more information. Please visit our website
Rising Action Seeks Technical Designers
The Rising Action Theatre Company has openings for the following positions for
next season: Set Designer, Lighting Designer, Resident Technical Director,
Directors. Please send letter of interest and resume via e-mail to
email@example.com or snail mail at Rising Action Theatre,
1831 NE 59 Ct, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Hollywood Playhouse Seeks Technical and
Institute of South Florida is currently looking to hire a part time
Technical and Program Director. Technical Director must have experience in
building sets, working with lights and sound, and props. Program Director must
have experience with recruitment, stage management, teaching, and overall
theatre education programming. To schedule an interview please contact
305-332-5817. Must be available full-time during summer. For more info please
visit our website at thetheatreinstitute.com Deadline:
Museum Seeks Educational Classes
The Gulf Coast Museum of Art in Largo, Florida, is seeking an
experienced, creative, team-oriented and highly motivated individual to fill the
new full-time position of Educational Classes Coordinator. The candidate will be
responsible for the execution and development of studio classes for adults and
children, instructor/student relations and daily operations of the studio
classrooms. For more information, follow link
flamuseums.org/jobs/info/2308004 Deadline: July 17.
Foundation Seeks Marketing Pro
Without Boundaries Foundation is seeking an unique individual with sales and
marketing experience who wants to make a difference. AWBF trains visual artists
to become MnemeTherapists who work with people with Alzheimer's disease and
other related disorders of the brain. We are preparing for our first AWB
Celebration for South Florida in the fall and we need your expertise to make it
as success. We provide a generous commission schedule, plus, if it's a good fit,
the opportunity to move into higher levels of responsibility as this ground zero
mission explodes into the future. The ability to work independently and with a
high level of integrity is a must. Set your own schedule and work as many hours
as you can give to us. Please visit our website to see if you share our mission
artwithoutboundaries.org and if interested, contact us by e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Qualifications: Candidate may live anywhere in Palm
Beach, Martin, or Broward Countiy. Experience in the following areas will be
valuable: Setting appointments, B-2-B presentations, Follow-up, Closing. To
apply, send a cover letter and resume to:
email@example.com Deadline: August 1.
SoBe Music Institute Summer Internship Positions: Office/Marketing
Assistants and Volunteers Needed
We are looking for volunteers and interns, preferably a college students,
for paid and non-paid positions that will grant them experience in Management,
Marketing, Arts Administration, Music Business, Education, and Customer Service.
The job would require 20 hours a week during the month of May, and 40 hours a
week during the months of June and July through August 5. The job
responsibilities will any of the following: Assisting our Administrative
Manager, Executive Artistic Director, and staff with office and marketing tasks.
Assisting customers/students in person, on the phone, and via e-mail. Assisting
our teachers, as well as setting up and taking down, during the summer programs
for children, seniors, and adults.
Responsible for marketing and writing press releases.
Any combination of computer literacy (Microsoft Office), previous office and
customer service experience, marketing knowledge, excellent writing skills, as
well as experience with children, preferred. This job is a wonderful learning
experience and addition to your resume. We are looking for people to beginning
April 30 through June 11. If interested please email resume a.s.a.p. to
Vero Beach Museum of Art Seeks
Professional Artists, Especially in Glass, to Teach
Vero Beach Museum of Art
is looking for professional artists, especially in glass, with teaching
experience, to join our faculty and after school outreach programs. The Vero
Beach Museum of Art offers a variety of courses including painting, drawing,
ceramics, bronze casting and metal fabrication to the public. The outreach
program provides youth in low socio economic communities with in-depth arts
experiences. To learn more about the Vero Beach Museum of Art and its programs
vbmuseum.org. To apply, please send a resume and work samples to: The
Vero Beach Museum of Art, Attn: Annie Kraybill, 3001 Riverside Park Drive, Vero
Beach, FL 32963, or e-mail
Morikami Museum Seeks Entertainers
The Morikami Museum and
Japanese Gardens are accepting demos and bios of musicians for their Sushi &
Stroll Sunset Walks as well as other venues. Please e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested. Also, visit
morikami.org for further information about the museum.
Arts Academy of Hollywood Seeks Music
Seeking a general music teacher for preschool and elementary age
students, as well as private lessons (at least voice and piano) Position will be
available for next school year with possible summer hours. Educational
background and experience necessary. Seeking qualified, mature, easy-going, and
creative individuals. Only those who submit a cover letter with professional
resumes will be considered. Please send resumes via e-mail to
Mosaic Theatre Openings
Mosaic Theatre is
looking for costumers, electricians, carpenters and backstage help. Please send
a letter of inquiry to
Playground Theatre Seeks House Manager and Volunteers
Theatre is looking for both House Managers and volunteer house staff
(Ushers/Ticket-takers/concessionaires) for its upcoming season. House Managers
are paid at an hourly rate. Applicants should be friendly and intelligent with
some relevant experience. Please contact Douglas with your interest:
email@example.com, fax 305-751-9556 or tel: 305-751-9550 x224
Main Street Playhouse Seeks Stage
The Alliance Theatre Lab, a non-profit professional theatre company, is
looking for Non-Equity stage managers for their upcoming season. Please e-mail
resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or
for more information, please call 305-567-2721.
Call for Talented Students
youngARTS™ Opens Early Registration for 2008 Awards
youngARTS™, the core
program of the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA) that
identifies and rewards exceptional student artists from across the U.S., has
opened registration for its 2008 program. High school seniors in the 2007-2008
school year or graduates who will be 17 or 18 years old on December 1, 2007 are
encouraged to apply for individual cash awards of up to $10,000 and the chance
to be named a Presidential Scholar in the Arts, earning national recognition and
opportunities for additional scholarships.
The youngARTS 2008 final registration deadline is October 1, 2007 and all
audition/portfolio materials must be received in the youngARTS offices by
November 5, 2007. Online fees are $35 per discipline
category. New York City resident fees will be determined by NYC zip code.
Student information submitted by the early deadline will be shared, with
permission, to a broad network of colleges, universities and conservatories
affiliated with NFAA. Additional fee reductions and waivers are available.
Each year, NFAA invites up to 150 artists to participate in youngARTS Week, a
once-in-a-lifetime experience in Miami consisting of performances, master
classes, workshops, readings, exhibits and enrichment activities with renowned
artists and arts educators. The Bank of America Charitable Foundation sponsors
NFAA’s state-wide student outreach in Florida, enabling participation in
youngARTS Week in Miami. One of the national finalists from Florida will also
be honored as the “Bank of America youngARTS Winner.”
Every student who participates in youngARTS Week will receive one of the
The coveted $10,000
youngARTS Gold Award, a non-stipulated cash award that will be given to up to 15
$5,000 Silver Award, bestowed to as many as four deserving finalists in
each of the nine youngARTS disciplines;
Level I, II, III and IV Awards, ranging from $500 to $3,000, granted to
the remaining youngARTS finalists.
In addition, at the
exclusive request of the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars, NFAA
nominates up to 50 youngARTS finalists for the Commission’s consideration to be
named as Presidential Scholars in the Arts.
Formerly known as Arts Recognition
and Talent Search® (ARTS), youngARTS was established
26 years ago by Carnival Cruise Lines creator Ted Arison and his wife Lin Arison
to identify uniquely gifted young artists and assist them both financially and
educationally. Its roster of alumni reads like a “Who’s Who” in the arts, and
includes such luminaries as actress and recording artist Vanessa Williams,
recent Nashville Star winner Chris Young, dancer/choreographer Desmond
Richardson, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater principals Matthew Rushing and
Linda Celeste Sims, New York City Ballet principal Philip Neal, former American
Ballet Theatre (ABT) dancer and current ABT Executive Director Rachel Moore,
Warner Brothers recording artist Josh Groban, Philadelphia Orchestra principal
clarinetist Ricardo Morales, New York Philharmonic guest solo violinist Jennifer
Koh, jazz trumpet player Roy Hargrove, Broadway actors Ron Eldard and Raul
Esparza, photographer Lauren Greenfield and visual artist Doug Aitken.
For more information, call 1-800-970-ARTS (2787) or visit
Performers Needed for Staged Readings
Raton Theatre Guild will be holding auditions for a short play summer
reading production called “Grab Our Shorts” on Tuesday June 26 and Thursday
June 28 at 7 p.m. at the Sugar Sand Park in the Community Center, (where the
Willow Theatre is housed), 300 South Military Trail in Boca Raton. There are
roles for men and women ages 30-70. Actors should bring a headshot and resume
and be prepared to read from sides. Performances will be July 27-28 at 7:30
p.m. and July 29 at 2 p.m.. Rehearsals will run as follows: Read-through: June
29, July 16, July 17 and the entire week of July 23 at 7 p.m. For further
information please call 561-367-9422 or e-mail
email@example.com or visit
New Theatre Casting for 2007/2008 Season
New Theatre, located at 4120 Laguna
Street, Coral Gables, will be conducting two days of Equity Principal Auditions
(non-Equity may attend and are welcome to the auditions as well) for our 2007-08
season on Monday July 9, and Monday July 16, 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. each day. Actors
would need to prepare two contrasting monologues that total 3 - 4 minutes in
length, provide an updated headshot/resume, and provide any foreseeable
conflicts. Professional attire is strongly recommended. Actors should call
305-443-5373 ext. 305 to schedule a five-minute slot for their audition by
leaving a message with our Production Stage Manager who will then confirm the
appropriate audition time. Please be patient to hear back from
her. Appointments for performers shall be scheduled in five-minute time slots.
Equity performers shall neither be required nor shall they be invited to mail,
fax, deliver or e-mail their headshots and resumes in order to secure an
audition appointment. Though Equity
performers have priority over time slots, on the day of the Equity auditions,
Equity performers without appointments shall be accommodated as time permits.
A Sign Language interpreter will be provided
on July 16th only, please inform our Production Stage Manager you
will be needing the interpreter.
Because of the nature of world premieres, the scripts cannot leave the premises
of the theatre, but the plays can be made available to the actors auditioning by
appointment only if they should choose to familiarize themselves with the roles.
Playwrights, show titles, play synopsis,
and character breakdown below:
Likeness, by David Caudle, September 27 –October 28, Rehearsals
begin Sept. 4; world premiere. Setting: A barn on a wealthy estate on
the outskirts of Colonial Boston. Time: Early August, 1765 In Colonial
Boston, an idealistic young painter must create an idealized portrait of a
tyrannical Loyalist's daughter. Though loath to tell a lie with his brush, he
desperately needs the gig. His subject, meanwhile, believes herself beyond
improvement. Within that rectangle of canvas, an artist struggles to define
his identity, and a girl struggles to protect hers, as the earliest rumblings of
revolution rattle the studio walls. Characters: Edmund Farraday, 24. An
idealistic young portrait painter. Marcus, 17. A farm hand assigned to assist
Farraday. Mr. Westerley, 50s. A wealthy landowner and avowed Loyalist. Miss
Westerley, 16. Mr. Westerley's haughty daughter. Miss Preston, 40s Miss
Westerley's governess. Mrs. Mapes, late 50's. Mr. Westerley's "niece."
For Better… By Eric Coble, November 8 – December 9, Rehearsals
begin Oct. 23; A National New Play Network world premiere. Setting:
Various locales across the globe. Time: Now.
Now, in this plugged-in world of email, text-messaging and
camera phones “Does a bride and groom really need to be in the same country to
go on a honeymoon?” Karen and Max are getting married. At least, if
their jobs will ever let them be in the same city at the same time. A romantic
comedy for the digital age, For Better… is a hilarious new farce that
pokes fun at our over-dependence on the gadgets in our lives. Part of the
National New Play Network’s Continued Life of New Play Program, we will
co-premiere For Better… with Curious Theater in Denver and Southern Rep
in New Orleans. Characters: Wally Baedeker: a man who’s been married, Karen’s
father, 60s. Karen Baedeker, a woman who wants to be, 30s. Francine Dexter, a
woman who is married, Karen’s sister, 40s. Michael Dexter, the man Francine
married, 40s. Stuart Tramontane: a man who is buffeted, 30s. Lizzie Monohan: a
woman who floats, 30s/ 40s.
Fill Our Mouths, by Lauren Feldman. January 10 –
February 10, Rehearsals begin Dec. 17, world premiere. Time: Now and
Ten Years Earlier. Place: Los Angeles and Paris, France Evan and Chap
are two young women who meet in the streets of Paris: one is hearing; the other
is hard of hearing. Their relationship grows and starts to change everything
they thought they knew -- themselves, their language, their loved ones, and the
world around them. Using spoken English and American Sign Language, Fill Our
Mouths is a story of love and choice, deafness and hearing, the trials of
communication, and the search for self when caught between two worlds.
Characters: Evan, female, hearing, pushing 30. Chap, female,
hard-of-hearing, early 20s. Ana, female, deaf, late 20s to 30s. Peter, male,
hearing, late 20s to 30s (also plays Jacques, deaf). Voice, female, hearing,
mid 20s to 30s.
The Mission, by Jules Tasca. February 21 – March 23,
Rehearsals begin Feb. 5, world premiere. Time/Place: a visiting room in
a prison. Within the confines of a penitentiary, a trusting Christian priest is
drawn closer to the heart of darkness of a prisoner; the results are a double
tragedy. The Mission is a tempestuous two-character play where secrets
and gender can drive the human condition to make life altering decisions. Our
production will have both actors exchanging roles every other night.
Characters: Joseph (Joe) Conte: a handsome inmate concealing a dark
secret, 20s - 30s. Father James Corcorran: a young priest with a secret of his
own, 20s - 30s.
Tamarac Theatre Auditions
The Tamarac Theatre Of Performing Arts production The World Goes
Round: The Songs of Kander and Ebb. Seeking three women (20's- 30's) and
two men (30-50). Strong actor/singer /dancers. Auditions by appointment,
Monday, August 13 and Tuesday, August 14, with callbacks Thursday, August 16.
For information and audition time, call Kevin Coughlin, director, 954-973-3998.
Non-Equity, paid performances. Tamarac Theatre of the Performing Arts, 7143
Pine Island Rd., Tamarac.
Call for Writers
PlayFest Seeks Full-Length Plays
The Harriett Lake Festival of New Plays, is seeking submissions for PlayFest
2008. Each year we select around 10 new plays to be presented as readings.
Two or three of those plays will go on to be developed in workshops during the
Harriett Lake Festival of New Plays. Playwrights will receive a stipend and
travel and housing expenses. Some plays go on to be fully produced as part of a
subsequent Orlando-UCF Shakespeare Festival season.
PlayFest is seeking new full-length plays based on or inspired by works of
classic literature or historic events. We prefer plays that require six actors
or less, and have a particular interest in one-person shows. However, even in
the case of one-person shows, we are not looking for history lectures, or museum
piece adaptations that are faithful to a fault, but rather dynamic new
theatrical versions of classic stories that speak to the contemporary mindset.
In order to qualify for PlayFest a play must not have received more than two
professional AEA productions, not have received a Broadway of off-Broadway
production, not have received Orlando production in current form, and not be
published for general distribution.
We are also seeking musical adaptations. We will be a little less strict about
the cast size, but are only interested in musicals based on or inspired by works
of classic literature or historic events.
(Do not try to circumvent these guidelines. Do not send full scripts until
instructed to do so.)
Submissions should include a bio/resume, a one page synopsis, five pages of
sample dialogue, a character breakdown, and an e-mail address. Please do not
send full scripts. Mail submissions to: Patrick Flick, Director of New Play
Development, The Harriett Lake Festival of New Plays – PlayFest, Orlando
Shakespeare Theater, 812 East Rollins St. Suite 100, Orlando, FL 32803
Initial submission deadline for the 2008 PlayFest is June 31, 2007. Playwrights
will be notified via e-mail no later than October 31, 2007 as to whether or not
they are to send the full script.
E-zine Seeks Short Fiction by South Florida Writers
MiamiARTzine.com is currently seeking submissions of unpublished short
fiction. Any South Florida writer is encouraged to submit their work.
MiamiARTzine.com is presented by the Miami Beach
Arts Trust, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising the awareness of the
arts in South Florida and nurturing the voices of those involved in the arts.
That said, we cannot pay monetarily, but writers would have a chance to have
their work seen by our 4,000-plus subscribers and count it as a publication
The submission process is open to residents of South Florida
Stories should be 3,000 words or less
Stories must be sent as an rtf (rich text format) attachment in 12pt. Times New
Roman, double-spaced, with one inch margins and the words "Fiction Submission"
in the subject line
As MiamiARTzine.com is open to anyone who subscribes or logs on, stories must
not have any graphic sex or excessive profanity
Writers should include a brief, 100 word publication history/bio
Writers must include name, address and phone number for contact purposes
Stories must be e-mailed to Mary Damiano, editor,
Writers will be contacted if their story is chosen for publication.
Writers retain the rights for their story and are free to have it published
elsewhere, however, the story will remain available in the
Arts Writers Wanted
Writers needed for MiamiARTzine.com. We need writers who are interested in
covering the Miami/South Florida arts scene. We're eager to cover people and
events that don't get as much coverage as well as the big splashy arts events.
This is a perfect opportunity for journalism students and up and coming writers
to increase their portfolios, get experience, have their work be seen and make
contacts. We need people who can write with some flair, who are punctual, who
communicate with their editor, who answer e-mails promptly, and who can turn
around a story in 7-10 days. The ability to take and transmit digital photos is
a plus. Writers should have a working knowledge of the arts and be comfortable
with interviews. Writers are always encouraged to pitch stories that would fit
the target and mission of the e-zine. Please, please, please: Only reply if
you're serious about your work. We don’t have time to deal with writers who
wouldn't know a deadline if it bit them and who don't contact their editor when
a story falls through. We’re only interested in working with writers who
understand and practice professionalism. As the e-zine is produced by a
non-profit organization, compensation will be in experience, clips and perks,
including press credentials and entry into events. If you are interested and
meet the above criteria, please reply with a brief e-mail about your background,
your contact info, resume and a few samples of your writing. E-mail
Volunteers Needed to Review Grant Applications
The Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural
Affairs is seeking individuals interested in reviewing applications for cultural
grants funding from Miami-Dade County. Each year, the Department
of Cultural Affairs relies on the services of many volunteers panelists, who
review and evaluate grant applications and make funding recommendations. Panels
are comprised of artists, art-related professionals, educators, community
members, business leaders and others with current or prior active involvement in
the arts, such as board members of cultural organizations. Panelists help
maintain a fair and open process and assist in the continuous development of
Miami-Dade County's artistic and cultural communities by bringing their
expertise to the review panel process. All panels meetings are open to the
Prospective panelist should possess experience in one or more of the following
- Knowledge of and familiarity with Miami-Dade
County's non-profits arts community
- Artistic experience in an arts discipline (music, theater, visual arts,
etc.) as a creator,
administrator, board member and/or general supporter of the arts
- Experience in non-profit sector or arts management, including but not
limited to, organizational
planning and management, finance and accounting, development &
fundraising or marketing
- Arts Education
Experience with cultural facilities and venues
(acquisition, building, renovation, management) as an architect, contractor,
builder, operations/programming manager and/or owner.
How much time does panel service take?
This depends on the particular panel and number of applications received.
Panelist are required to attend an orientation session after which they will
take the grants package home to review. Most Department meetings span one
business day and may involve a substantial time commitment to read orientation
materials and review pre-score grant applications prior to the panel meeting.
If you are interested in becoming an Arts Insider, please contact us via
email at val@ArtsBizMiami.org or call
us at 305-326-1021.
is actively recruiting volunteers to launch several new initiatives. Assist
Mosaic Theatre in many different capacities. Please contact Naomi Zapata at
Conni Gordon Art Classes
The Conni Gordon Arts Foundation, Inc. is seeking people to develop
Home/Condo "Paint-Along Parties" featuring TV Famed "Conni Gordon 4 Step Method"
art instruction for instant results. Ground floor opportunity. Business
experience and interest in art helpful. Call Ray Jara at 532-1001.