Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative


Applications Due: November 20 at 5:30 PM

About Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative

Founded and directed by artist-scholar-organizer-strategist Ebony Noelle Golden, Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative, LLC is a cultural arts consultancy and arts accelerator based in New York City.  Our Call to Action: Power creative action for social impact nation-wide.

Since 2009, BDAC has been supporting leaders and administrators in progressive organizations on a mission to create real, sustained social impact. Our clients know where they want to go; we provide the how. To date, Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative has worked with more than fifty organizations. Together, we are co-creating a radical future.

Through our consultancy, BDAC builds, implements, and evaluates systems, strategies, and solutions for artists and organizations working in arts and culture, social justice, community development, education, and cultural wellness.  BDAC bridges many worlds. Our holistic, results-oriented perspective makes us effective strategists, educators, coaches, and community organizers. We power progressive social change through community-designed, culturally-relevant engagement initiatives and creative projects. Because we think in decades, not years, we know how to turn any program or plan into a sustainable force for impact and transformation.  

Through our arts accelerator, BDAC amplifies the creative agency and capacity of artists, educators, activists, and others who want to activate arts praxis and creativity for social change.  Through the consultancy BDAC has offered a community-based fellowship for the last ten years, trained hundreds of people in arts-centered technologies, produced a number of independent performances, curated numerous events, and funded artists to create their own work.  We envision creativity and art as a strategy for personal growth, spiritual practice, and professional development. For more information about BDAC, visit



  1. Meeting with the Director - working out the basic expectations creating the daily schedule

  2. Attend or be apart of Production Meetings


  1. Create Contact Sheet  - Cast, Production | Creative Team (Titles, emails, cell numbers

  2. Collect all conflicts for actors and designer and keep track of dates to inform on the calendar

  3. Production Calendars - collaborate with the Production Manager with rehearsal dates, space for rehearsals, performance dates Included will be design deadlines 

  4. Delivery deadlines of all technical elements


  1. Email Daily Rehearsal Schedule  

  2. Email Daily Rehearsal Reports

  3. Listing all attendees, Updates (Script, timing, outline of the rehearsal session.

  4. Email Daily Performance Reports

  5. Tech Schedule


  1. Costume - Changes | Certain pieces -when it is needed etc. | Transporting etc.

  2. Props - When needed | transporting etc


  1. Create Documented script w/ blocking and choreographic notes for archival purposes.

  2. Take notations of ALL blocking that is choreographed and will be executed each performance. There may be improvisational aspects to this piece as well.


  1. When rehearsing indoors - arrive at least 1/2 hour before cast is called and set up room with all props, costume pieces and all needed materials for the day.

  2. When rehearsing outdoors - Arrive to the holding space NBT and gather all needed materials that will be used for the rehearsal session. Arrive 1/2 hour before cast is called.


  1. Check in /Sign in - actors musicians, creative and production team

  2. Places Call for actors, musicians

  3. Must be Equipped with First Aid Kit (NBT) will provide



  1. Belief in the mission and vision of BDAC.

  2. Live in New York City (or surrounding city).

  3. Must be well-versed in environmental, street, and/or site-specific performance work.

  4. A strong work ethic and be punctual for all meetings, events, and community encounters.

  5. Must be Google Suite proficient.  

  6. Must have your own working laptop.

  7. Must have internet access.

  8. Must possess exceptional written and verbal communication skills.

  9. Must be a keen copy editor.

  10. Must be able to pay exceptional attention to detail and ability to juggle several tasks at once, especially in a fast-paced environment.

  11. Must possess exceptional ability to build and execute a project plans.

  12. Must have the exceptional ability to make timely decisions and demonstrate good judgment.

  13. Must be able to learn from past experiences and take redirection well.  

  14. Must be able to work remotely and on-site.

To apply, compose an application package as one pdf and submit to

  1. 1-2 page resume/cv detailing applicable experience.

  2. Headshot.

  3. Biography.

  4. All social media handles.

  5. Website.

  6. Cover Letter.  State and explain: your interest, previous experience, what you want to learn, what you want to offer, your experience working as a stage manager.

  7. Contact information for three (3) references.

  8. Please include any questions in the body of the email.

Select applicants will have an in person or virtual interview with BDAC staff.

Contact information:

Betty’s Daughter Arts Collaborative, LLC

2214 Frederick Douglass Blvd. #186

NY, NY 10026


Ebony Golden