RCR Advisory Board Application 2021 - 2022
The Rock Chalk Revue Advisory Board is comprised of students who coordinate, manage and produce all aspects of the final production. Over the months of preparation for the show, the board is responsible for coordinating the philanthropic events, community service projects, promotions, alumni relations, advertisement sales, as well as producing and directing the final show. The Advisory Board meets on a weekly basis to collaborate on ideas and pull together all aspects of the show. As a member of the board, each officer serves a specific purpose to fulfill numerous responsibilities.

***Alongside this application, you are required to submit a résumé to rcrexec@gmail.com by Sunday, May 2nd by 11:59 PM. If you are selected for an interview, they will be held at the Union on the night of Wednesday, May 5th.***

Any questions you have regarding the position for which you are applying can be addressed to Levi Johnson, Executive Producer, rcrexec@gmail.com; (913) 602-9236.
Rock Chalk Revue Advisory Board 2020 - 2021
Name *
First and last name
Email *
Phone number *
Current Year in School *
KU Major *
Which position(s) are you interested in? (Job descriptions listed at the end of this form) *
Required
Why do you want to be involved in Rock Chalk Revue? *
Please describe your skills and qualities that relate to position(s) you are applying for. *
What is/are the greatest contribution(s) you have made to a group or organization on campus? *
List past involvement and experience with Rock Chalk Revue that would make you qualified for this position. *
What skills, experience, and ideas do you think you could contribute to the Rock Chalk Revue Advisory Board that would help to maintain or improve the quality of the show? Are there any areas in which Rock Chalk can be improved from the previous term? *
Please describe your vision for the position you are applying for this year. What do you feel you will be expected to do? *
Please list all other time commitments you face next year (i.e. class loads, additional activities, work, living group responsibilities, etc.). *
Job Descriptions
Executive Producer - The Executive Producer agrees to chair the RCRAB, solicit designated members for this board, hold weekly staff meetings, as needed, with the Executive Directors and Business Manager, initiate appropriate checks and balances within the staff, ensure that all living organizations or student organizations have knowledge of the show, as well as any other commitments in the signed contract and any other responsibilities associated with the said position.

(2) Executive Director - The Executive Director is responsible for the production aspect of the show, but it is understood that RCRAB is to retain ultimate authority in all cases. The Executive Director will also meet weekly with the Executive Producer and Co-Executive Director, as deemed necessary, make all arrangements for rehearsals and use of Lied Center, make all arrangements for production equipment not provided, attend all rehearsals, work with Theatrical Advisor to ensure the shows are at peak performance when on stage, as well as any other commitments in the signed contract and any other responsibilities associated with the said position. Furthermore, an Executive Director is responsible for the production aspect of the show, but it is understood that RCRAB is to retain ultimate authority in all cases. The Executive Director will also meet weekly with the Executive Producer and Co-Executive Director, as deemed necessary, is responsible for selecting and scheduling all oral interview and final production judges, selecting and scheduling sensitivity panel, attend all rehearsals, as well as any other commitments in the signed contract and any other responsibilities associated with the said position.

Business Manager - The Business Manager is responsible for all sales, including tickets, t-shirts, and videos. This includes being a liaison between the ticket, t-shirt, and video companies, as well as serving as the liaison between the living organizations involved in Rock Chalk Revue. This also includes arranging seating with the Lied Center staff and distributing all tickets, sweatshirts, and videos to the appropriate living organizations. The Business Manager will also be in charge of all financial aspects of Rock Chalk Revue budgeting, receiving money, creating invoices, paying bills, making deposits, reconciling the account, as well as any other commitments in the signed contract and any other responsibilities associated with the said position.

Sales Manager - The Sales Manager is responsible for the supervision of the business committee, sale of advertisements for the program, the drawing (if applicable), securing any Lied Center extras, such as tuxedos, flowers, and ordering trophies, as well as assisting the Business Manager in all matters, as well as any other commitments in the signed contract and any other responsibilities associated with the said position. It is also the Sales Manager who should aim to secure a corporate sponsor for Rock Chalk Revue.

Dream Maker Fund Manager - Work with the members of the executive board to determine recipients and award the funds from the KU Endowment Dream Maker Fund that was created and funded by Rock chalk Revue. They are also responsible for fundraising efforts through soliciting fundraising from alumni as well as aiding the Sales Manager in fundraising through advertisement sales.

Fundraising Coordinator - Work to raise money towards the philanthropy prior to the performance. This includes percentage nights, bowling tournaments and other events that involve both students and the community.

Diversity and Inclusivity Coordinator - The Diversity and Inclusivity Coordinator is responsible for selecting the diversity and inclusivity panel to review all shows before the final performance. They will work with Advisors and serve as the liaison between panel members to ensure optimal communication between directors and panel members. In addition, the Diversity and Inclusivity Coordinator will serve as the voice for unrepresented groups in the Rock Chalk Revue show.

Community Service Coordinator - The Community Service Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all volunteer work, recording hours for each participating living organization, organizing and supervising two philanthropic events in the year, as well as any other commitments in the signed contract and any other responsibilities associated with the said position.

PR Coordinator - The PR Coordinator is responsible for the marketing and promotion of the show and all its related events. The PR Coordinator agrees to send necessary press releases to all local newspapers, send necessary public service announcements to local radio stations, and create promotions campaigns, poster(s), backstage passes, as well as any other commitments in the signed contract and any other responsibilities associated with the said position. It is the PR Coordinator’s responsibility to maintain the permanent logo and assure that it is used to proper specifications. In addition, the PR Coordinator is responsible for the collection and upkeep of all appropriate media. This includes but is not limited to photographs, social media updates (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc.), the RCR website and videos.

Alumni Relations Coordinator - Serve as liaison between the Rock Chalk Advisory Board and Rock Chalk Revue alumni. Work with the Alumni Association to develop email updates to promote Rock Chalk Revue throughout the school year, serve as a resource to alumni with questions or interest in the show and promote the Advisory Board's efforts to the alumni community. Brainstorm and incorporate ways to involve alumni throughout the Rock Chalk Revue process.

Graphic Design Coordinator - The Graphic Design Coordinator is responsible for acquiring material for, designing, laying out the programs, and all professional printed materials, as well as any other commitments in the signed contract and any other responsibilities associated with the said position. They must also show the finished proof to the RCRAB one week before the show.

Theatrical Advisor - The Theatrical Advisor is responsible for overseeing and providing critical and supportive ideas in regard to each individual show, attending one (1) full practice a week, chairing/selecting and managing the Director’s Cabinet, and working closely with the Executive Directors and each show to ensure all theatrical measures are at peak performance levels when on stage, as well as any other commitments in the signed contract and any other responsibilities associated with the said position.

Production Manager - Responsible for coordinating with the directors and choreographers to ensure that all set and technical aspects of the show fit within the constraints of the Lied Center guidelines and staff. Also responsible for overseeing the Tech Crew, which is a team of volunteers that coordinate set moves and show transitions during show week and the performances.

Secretary - The secretary is supposed to schedule office hours and make sure they are being completed as well as take notes on important matters at meetings and send to the advisory board to summarize what is coming up.

Member-at-Large - Plays a variety of different roles throughout the semester. For example, our current member-at-large Tae Alcorn started two unique fundraising campaigns that combined generated over $5,000 for our beneficiaries. This member is someone that has great ideas and is a team player.

Assistant to the Producer and Directors
Assistant to the Sales Manager
Assistant to the PR Coordinator

Any questions you have regarding the position for which you are applying can be addressed to Levi Johnson, Executive Producer, rcrexec@gmail.com; (913) 602-9236.
You will hear back on Monday, April 26th with interview details!
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