Here are internship postings collected over a period of time. Although some are dated, most of the institutions listed below send out notices like these at least once a year. Check the theatre’s web site for additional or more up-to-date information. ArtSearch, published by Theatre Communications Group, contains recent listings as well. The department subscribes to it. For local info, join Theatre Puget Sound: the local non-profit theatre service organization: members of TPS can post resumes and photos; it is also a good source for local audition notices.
Department Guidelines for Requesting a Letter of Recommendation.
Offers season-long internships in its Literary Office.
During the August-May season, Literary Interns work closely with the staff on all theatre projects, including:
*Humana Festival of New American Plays
*National Ten-Minute Play Contest
*New Voices Young Playwrights Festival
*Apprentice/Intern Company Productions
*Actors Theatre's 2013/2014 Season
WHO SHOULD APPLY & WHAT YOU'LL BE DOING:
This internship is designed to train individuals interested in the fields of dramaturgy and literary management in the professional theatre by allowing Literary Interns to work with professional playwrights and directors, conduct research for classical and premiere productions, write articles for theatre publications, attend rehearsals, read new plays, and participate in all administrative and artistic aspects of the Literary Department.
(Sara and Geoff have both had students do this internship.)
Literary Intern work is varied and includes serving as dramaturg for Apprentice/Intern Company productions and a showcase of original ten-minute plays, attending rehearsals, assisting with playwright residencies, conducting research, reading new plays, writing articles for Actors Theatre publications and educational study guides, and providing administrative support for various literary projects.
INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
2. One-page statement of purpose
3. Two letters of recommendation
4. Ten-page writing sample
The writing sample may include play reports, performance criticism, program/newsletter articles, or a paper for a humanities course. Please include at least one example that is not scholarly criticism (play report, blog post, review, etc.). Please do not send creative writing samples.
APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED TO:
Sarah Lunnie, Literary Manager
Actors Theatre of Louisville
316 West Main Street
Louisville, KY 40202-4218
The deadline for receipt of the 2013/2014 internship application is March 1, 2013.
Please note that summer internships will not be offered in 2013.
Please feel free to call 502-584-1265 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Literary Internships have proven useful for developing dramaturgs, directors, playwrights and theatre administrators. Past Literary Interns have successfully applied to graduate training programs at schools such as Columbia University, Yale School of Drama, and Brown University or have moved on to positions such as:
Director of New Play Development, Actors Theatre of Louisville
Literary Manager, The Huntington Theatre Company
Publications Director, Playscripts, Inc.
Membership and Literary Associate, The Playwrights' Center
Literary Manager, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
Literary Manager, The Goodman Theatre
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305 Harrison Street
Seattle WA 98109
To whom it may concern:
Book-It Repertory Theatre is now accepting applications for our 2013-2014 internships. We are contacting you so that you may provide this information to any interested students. Attached are the internship descriptions and application requirements. Please do not hesitate to contact me for questions.
Gail Selhorst, Education Director
C/O Amberlee Williams
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(If this internship interests you, see Proehl or Walls; Puget Sound has an alum who is a VP there; he has helped grads get internships in the past)
1775 Broadway New York, NY 10019
Television/ Sales/ Public Relations/ TV Production/ SUMMER
Mission: Comedy Central’s internship program provides an opportunity to work, learn, and make contacts at a cable television network. Comedy Central, the only all comedy network, is a 24 hour advertiser-supported basic cable comedy service. On-Air Promotions Intern - Intern Responsibilities: provide general office support for On-Air Promotions department, assist with external shoot and screenings assist production assistants, assist with occasional off-lining Productions Department Intern - Intern Responsibilities: provide basic office support, work as a production assistant on various productions, copy and label various programs for other departments, view various COMEDY CENTRAL programs to list talent, content breakdown by segment, and questionable standards and practices issues, help organize program cart sheets, help maintain prop closet and reel library Production Intern - The Daily Show - Intern Responsibilities: provide basic office support such as inputting information on the computer, work as a production assistant, pick up equipment and craft service, help with set maintenance, work with various departments, assist during rehearsal and taping of show Programming - Development - Intern Responsibilities: provide general office support, handle all correspondence, review treatment, ie. scripts and submissions, dub video cassettes Qualifications: interest in comedy a must, prior experience or course work in production programming or development a plus, must receive college credit To apply, contact: either mail or email Comedy Central Internship Coordinator Human Resources Administrator 1775 Broadway, 10th floor New York, NY 10019 or Email: email@example.com
Please forward this season-long internship opportunity on to
Artistic Programs and Dramaturgy
Huntington Theatre Company
Internships are available in the following areas:
Artistic: Literary Management
Professional Internships are available only as full-time season
commitments, from September to June.
Huntington's Professional Interns will participate as staff members within assigned departments on a variety of projects. For example, Scenery interns may work on budgeting and purchasing, as well as set construction and load-in. Artistic/Literary interns may assist with local casting calls, read and evaluate scripts, and write articles for
Huntington publications. There will be some administrative work, too (such as copying and filing) ? we all have to do that ? but interns will be integral parts of each department and included in department and full staff meetings. Furthermore, interns are encouraged to explore cross-departmental projects and draw from the collective
knowledge and resources of the Huntington community. Internship supervisors are committed to their role as mentor and our formal evaluation process provides an opportunity for both interns and supervisors to formulate meaningful goals and objectives for the course of the program.
In addition to their specialized training, Professional Interns will gain additional insight into the artistic and administrative operations of a professional theatre through our regularly scheduled Friday Forums. These lectures and workshops, led by Huntington staff, guest artists and members of the Boston arts community, will include
in-depth explorations of all aspects of theatre operations from casting to costumes, post-internship career research and counseling, and discussions on current issues related to theatre production and
Interns are paid an hourly rate of $8.75, however, it may not be enough to fully cover living expenses. Housing is not provided. Interns have the opportunity, if schedule permits, to be hired by other departments, such as Front of House and Box Office, to supplement their weekly income. Applicants should carefully consider their financial needs before entering the program. Additionally, each intern will receive complimentary tickets to all Huntington Theatre Company productions as well as opportunities for discounts at other cultural institutions and local establishments.
THE KO FESTIVAL OF PERFORMANCE IS SEEKING SUMMER INTERNS AND OFFERING A SERIES OF 6-DAY INTENSIVE WORKSHOPS.
Each year the performances at Ko are curated on a theme that we think will entertain, provoke and inspire our audiences! Our 23rd season has been curated on the theme of WORK | JOB | CAREER | CALLING. The shows are by a diverse group of artists: Beau Jest Moving Theatre, Judith Sloan & Earsay, The Independent Eye, and Alice Eve Cohen. We will also offer a couple of special events by Carpetbag Brigade (an extraordinary stilt company), the Mettawee River Theatre Company with an all-ages event with masks, giant puppets and live music, and a Story Slam on our season theme in which interns, Ko artists and community members participate, plus an interactive visual art installation. All our shows are adventurous, devised works created by the people who perform them & their teams of collaborators. In addition, we offer rehearsal residencies and intensive 6-day workshops by master teachers Gerard Stropnicky, Baba Israel, and Elizabeth Fuller and Conrad Bishop of The Independent Eye. The 5-week festival will take place in on the Amherst College campus in Amherst, MA. Interns have ranged from 18-55 and have been students, educators and professionals looking to expand their horizons.
Who Might Be Interested: Naturally those with a theater background, but also to those compelled by the season theme. Most often undergraduate and graduate students, but we have also had faculty members and practicing professionals who want to reenergize and widen their horizons join us.
General Description of the Internship: Interns work closely with the staff and the visiting artists to execute the full range of summer activities, including mounting and running of shows, assisting with rehearsal residencies where new work is being created, hosting the visiting artists and workshop students, and the creation of visual displays about the work – including an interactive art installation by Kali Quinn. Interns are full members of the artistic community at the festival, and as such are encouraged to participate in the discussions that follow all the performances at the festival. Experience, particularly in the technical and front-of-house aspects of theater production, is welcome but all interns will receive additional training for their work, which will be in a multiplicity of production areas.
Useful Information: All activities will be held on the Amherst College campus in Amherst, MA for the month of July and depart on August 6. Internship dates may be somewhat flexible. Interns are housed on campus with the artists in a wonderful mansion with a large and fully-equipped kitchen. Interns are eligible to use the state-of-the-art campus gym and pool. There is a bike path right near the housing and the center of Amherst is just a short walk away.
Our WORKSHOPS may also be of interest: These 6-day intensives in with master teachers include:
Story & COMMUNITY: Creativity. Transformation. Performance!
with Gerard Stropnicky, co-founder Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble & Higher Ground, Swamp Gravy, Flood Stories, etc.
PERSONAL NARRATIVE: SPOKEN & HEARD
with Baba Israel
July 28 - Aug. 2
SHAPE-SHIFTING YOUR STORY
with Elizabeth Fuller & Conrad Bishop of The Independent Eye
FOR APPLICATION FORMS & FURTHER INFORMATION on any aspect of the Festival or to apply visit www.kofest.com
QUESTIONS? Email Artistic Director, Sabrina Hamilton at Sabrina@kofest.com or call (413) 427-6147.
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Literary department is looking for both summer and 08-09 season interns!
The summer intern works jointly in the literary department and the artistic director's office. We've had both undergraduates and grad students in the summer, and responsibilities can be tailored a bit to fit the candidates interests and experience. In general, it's mix of administrative work (answering phones, filing, copying etc), script reading, and research. The internship is paid ($100/week), but unfortunately we don't offer summer housing at this time. Can be full-time or part-time, but the summer intern must work a minimum of 3 days a week.
Summer internship is deadline is rolling, so send your materials ASAP.
We'd like a cover letter, resume, and 5-10 pages of writing sample.
Send materials to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're also approaching the deadline for the McCarter full-season full-time internships. The literary intern is an integral member of the artistic staff. Duties include reading and analyzing scripts submitted for production consideration, maintaining correspondence with agents and writers, database entry, assisting with play readings, coverage of New York and New Jersey productions and play readings, dramaturgical research and archiving, study guide writing and editing, and other support activities within the literary office. The literary intern will also play a major role in dramaturging our Education Department's Youth Ink! Student Play Festival, and participates in artistic department staff meetings and season planning conversations when possible. The literary intern reports directly to the Literary Manager, and also works closely with the Producing and Artistic Director's offices. The literary intern should have strong organizational and writing skills, and knowledge of theater history and dramatic literature. Applicants should include writing samples with their applications. McCarter provides all season interns with housing and a $100/wk stipend.
Applications are due by March 31. See our website for the application:
McCarter Theatre, a Tony Award winner for outstanding regional theatre, is a non-profit, professional, LORT B+ theater company. It's also a really pleasant place to work. Princeton is lovely town with some of the finest ice cream joints on the East Coast, an excellent coffee shop and a truly spectacular public library. It's also quite a reasonable jaunt to NYC. I can personally attest to the quality of our literary internship because I did it a while back!
91 University Place
Princeton, NJ 08540
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Accepting applications for a variety of positions in theLiterary Office, some paid and some not, some for the summer and one for
SUMMER LITERARY INTERNSHIP
A vital member of the Literary Office, the Literary Intern will assist in reproducing and tracking the scripts and revisions that occur during the National Playwrights Conference and the National Music Theater Conference,
as well as offering literary support to the other Conferences on the grounds. In addition to working as a team member in the Literary Office, Interns will also have the opportunity to observe rehearsals and readings
of the scripts. The Literary Interns will serve as a Literary Representative on at least two weeks of rehearsal. The ideal candidate is interested in dramaturgy, playwriting, or directing. The position requires excellent communication skills and attention to detail.
Dates Vary: June to August
A fee of $2,800 is charged for housing/meal costs
SUMMER MUSIC ASSISTANT
Music Assistant positions offer intensive time in a developmental rehearsal process, and close collaboration with top-tier composers and music directors. The Music Assistant is responsible for tracking and distribution of changes in the score, working closely with the composer and music director.
Candidate must be proficient in Finale/Sibelius and have compositional piano skills. A proper candidate is likely a student or early-career music theater composer or music director.
Dates: Mid June - Mid July
Housing/meals provided free of charge
FALL LITERARY INTERNSHIP
The intern will provide assistance in the submission/selection processes for each of the O'Neill's summer conferences under the direction of the Literary Manager. This includes managing the submission database; serving as a reader for submitted scripts for the National Playwrights Conference and National Music Theater Conference; and submitting reader coverage to the artistic team. Activities also include
constant email communication with readers, authors, artists, educators, and administrators; updating and administering the on-campus libraries; and other administrative duties.
The ideal candidate has a strong background in theater history, an astute interest in contemporary theater, strong leadership skills, strong written and verbal communication skills, a highly organized, curious mind, and
ample motivation and stamina. Comfort with computer databases and programs is essential, as are a strong working knowledge of the Microsoft Office and Google Drive suites. Applicants must also have a valid driver's license.
Dates: September 2nd through December 23rd, 2014
$150/week stipend, housing, meals provided
*TO APPLY: *Send cover letter and resume to email@example.com; applicants for the Fall Literary Internship should also provide a writing sample (no more than 3 pages). *Applications for summer positions due April 1; applications for fall due July 1*
To find out more about the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, please
visit www.theoneill.org <http://www.theoneill.org/>*
Anne G. Morgan
Eugene O'Neill Theater Center
305 Great Neck Road
Waterford, CT 06385
Seeking internship applicants for the 2014-2015 Season. We are looking for your help in recruiting students at your university who might be interested in this program. This is an excellent opportunity for post-college advancement for those interested in the theatre. Below is the information for our season-long and summer internship programs.
PERSEVERANCE THEATRE, Alaska's flagship professional theatre, is seeking highly trained interns for our 2014-2015 season. We are looking for interns in the following areas: artistic, technical direction (carpentry, electrics, paints, props), stage management, production management and arts management. Perseverance prides itself on collaboration and hands-on learning. Internships generally run August through May. A stipend and housing will be provided.
For more information, visit our website at www.perseverencetheatre.org <http://www.perseverencetheatre.org> . Applications should include: resume, cover letter and two letters of recommendation. E-mail applications to Shona Strauser, firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline: April 15, 2014
PERSEVERANCE THEATRE, Alaska's flagship professional theatre, is seeking highly qualified candidates for a summer education internship. This person works with our director of education on summer programming including STAR (youth program) and ASTI (adult program). The education intern will begin in May and work through the end of August. Perseverance prides itself on collaboration and hands-on learning. A stipend and housing will be provided.
For more information, visit our website at www.perseverencetheatre.org <http://www.perseverencetheatre.org> . Applications should include: resume, cover letter, and two letters of recommendation. E-mail applications to Shona Strauser, email@example.com. Application deadline: March 15, 2014
(907) 364-2421 ext 221
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POPE PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Now Hiring Interns for the 2013-2014 season!
Phoenix Theatre, a LOA/LORT D Regional Theatre in the heart of Downtown Phoenix seeks Interns for its 2013-2014 season. Some of the exciting shows this season include; Avenue Q, Les Miserables, Pippin, White Christmas and more. As well as our Main Stage Series, Phoenix Theatre will be Opening its newly built 250 seat Black Box theatre. Come join a passionate and talented group of Managers, Craftspeople and Artists.
In the 2013/2014 season, Phoenix Theatre will be hiring interns in the follow areas:
Costumes, Props, Scenic, Lighting, Sound, Stage Management, Production Management/ Company Management, Facilities, Sales, Marketing, Development and Operations.
Students with skills in multiple areas are especially encouraged to apply.
To be considered you must have a Bachelors degree with a theatre major and must be seriously seeking a career in the theatre arts. Approval is based on resume, interview and 3 references.
This is a full season program; contracts start August 2013 and end June 2014.
Interns are provided housing (private room) and a weekly stipend.
For more information about Phoenix Theatre and its Internship Program please visit
To apply, please send letter, resume and references to Michael Eddy, Director of Production at 100 E. McDowell Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85004 or email
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July 10-23, 2007
The PlayLabs Internship at The Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis, MN, is offered to advanced undergraduates, new graduates and graduate-level students of playwriting, dramaturgy, directing, and other theatre programs.
Interns are assigned to a specific PlayLabs artistic team in 15- to 30-hour developmental workshops during a two week festival that culminates in public readings attended by local and national theatre artists.
Interns’ primary responsibilities are to provide direct support to their PlayLabs artistic team and Center staff. Interns report equally to each member of the artistic team to which they are assigned.
Interns’ duties include:
• Assisting Playwrights’ Center staff in pre-festival preparations and organizational support.
• Attending all rehearsals, workshops, tech meetings and rehearsals as assigned per project.
• Assisting during rehearsals and workshops as requested by the playwright, director, dramaturg, or stage manager of the artistic team. Duties may be associated with dramaturgy, stage management, workshop logistics, errands, travel accommodations, communications, etc.
• Assisting during the public presentation of project (and possibly one other) as requested by the playwright, director, dramaturg, stage manager, or other collaborator on the artistic team. Duties may include reading stage directions, operating light or sound board, etc.
• Assisting Playwrights’ Center staff in post-festival operations.
When not directly involved in rehearsals, workshops, or meetings for individual project assignments, PlayLabs interns serve in a variety of other capacities that include:
• Administrative tasks such as coordinating welcome packets, copying scripts, faxing, checking and delivering phone messages, and tidying office, hospitality, and rehearsal areas. PlayLabs interns may be scheduled for shifts in the office to handle various office duties when they are not in rehearsal.
• Artistic assignments such as assisting the stage manager, taking notes for the director, etc.
• Hospitality assignments such as picking up refreshments, responding to queries and requests for assistance, transporting participants to various sites for artistic or recreational purposes, etc. A car is useful but not necessary.
• Box office duties as assigned include maintenance and coordination of a reservations line, cash box, will-call, complimentary tickets, and door and house ushering roles.
Interns must arrive at The Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis by 9 a.m. Tuesday, July 10, 2007, for orientation. Attendance is required on all days of the festival, July 10-23 (excluding a scheduled day off—to be determined). Specific schedules are provided upon arrival and are subject to change during the festival; Interns are allowed at least one day off per ten days as assigned. Participating playwrights will be announced in April 2007. Internship applications must be received by the March 1, 2007 deadline.
PlayLabs internships do not include stipends or housing (which may be arranged for an additional cost), but the Center offers interaction and collaboration with a unique community of nationally recognized theatre artists, free parking, and all the coffee you can drink.
To apply: FAX a cover letter and resume to Claire Barone at 612/332-6037 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Plays On Campus Coordinator
The Playwrights' Center
2301 Franklin Avenue East
Minneapolis, MN 55406
PH: 612-332-7481 ext.14
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a national new play development conference located in Philadelphia seeking interns for 2013 New Play Development Conference.
PlayPenn is looking for six young theatre artists who have an interest in playwriting/dramaturgy/directing/production to take part in our 2013 New Play Development Conference, between July 9 and July 29, 2013.
This is a wonderful opportunity for aspiring theatre artists to workclosely with seasoned professional playwrights, directors, dramaturgs, designers and actors in a concentrated and fulfilling environment. PlayPenn interns will participate in giving birth to the next body of dramatic literature that will become a part of theatrical seasons across the country and around the world.
Each intern will assist a collaborative team in the development of one of six plays invited to the conference from a national search. Interns will also assist, as needed, in the administrative, front of house, technical and public relations responsibilities of the conference.
Interns will be given the opportunity, and will be expected, to participate in a playwright?s workshop led by a professional playwright, culminating in the public presentation of their work performed by conference artists. Each intern will receive a stipend of $200 for their contribution to the work at hand.
Unfortunately, PlayPenn cannot provide housing, though we are willing to assist in connecting out of town candidates with local interns to help with accommodations.
Please send via email
1) a letter of interest articulating your reasons for applying and
2) an up-to-date resume to:
Tom Shotkin, Production/Company Manager.
Deadline for receipt of applications is April 15th, 2013.
Please forward this to your colleagues and any interested parties.
Paul Meshejian, artistic director
220 west evergreen avenue, d-2
philadelphia, pa 19118
playpenn.org <http://playpenn.org <http://playpenn.org/
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I wanted to quickly plug our internship program at Portland Stage Company because the deadline to apply is less than a month away on March 15th! Also, to all of you out there who teach undergrads, please pass this information on to any of your students whom you think might be interested!
So, PSC offers full-season, paid internships in both Directing/Dramaturgy and Literary/Education. The internships are intensive and extremely hands-on: we expect a lot of our interns and also give them a lot of responsibilities. Portland Stage is a LORT-D theater, so the permanent staff is not huge and the intern company are a crucial part of making theater here. It's really a "learning by doing" internship, not a "learning by watching" internship, and is a great internship for people who are really interested in learning how producing theater gets done on a regional level and aspire to one day work in that setting. For a lot of people, it's also been a great "real world" bridge to grad programs of various kinds.
Here's a little more information on the two internships:
Directing/Dramaturgy interns assist directors during rehearsals of mainstage productions and work with the artistic staff on daily administrative activities in the Education and Literary departments.
Interns assist with PSC's annual play festivals, From Away and Little Festival of the Unexpected. Dramaturgical duties include researching, writing, editing, and laying-out resource guides, reading and evaluating scripts, and assisting with post-play discussions. All directing/dramaturgy interns serve on run crew for selected shows during the season.
Literary/Education interns assist the literary staff with reading and evaluating scripts and playwright correspondence. Interns also take part in planning From Away and Little Festival of the Unexpected, PSC's annual play festivals. In the Education department, interns are responsible for researching, writing, editing, and laying-out resource guides, and play an integral role in the ongoing administration of education programs. Literary/Education interns also serve on run crew for selected shows during the season.
We pay our interns a weekly stipend and give them free, furnished housing a few blocks from the theater. The application form and more complete information on our internships are available online at www.portlandstage.com/internships. Also, if anyone has questions about the internships, including any professors out there who are curious about what we have to offer, you can feel free to e-mail me directly at email@example.com and I'll be glad to talk about the program (which I actually am an alum of a number of years ago!). The deadline to submit your application for either internship is March 15, 2008.
Happy Presidents Day everyone,
Portland Stage Company
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2014-15 APPRENTICE COMPANY.
WE WANT YOU!
Actors, Directors, Designers, Stage Managers APPLY NOW!
WORK WITH US
Portland Playhouse provides emerging artists with professional experience and training. Apprentices work 20 hours/week in various production areas: marketing, development, literary, casting, and education. The Apprenticeship begins in mid-August and runs through mid-June. The Apprenticeship is free and has no stipend, housing may be provided.
CREATE WITH US
Apprentices devote 20 hours/week to their specific craft: acting, design, directing, and stage management. Acting work includes Movement (Suzuki & Viewpoints), Voice, Scene Study, Community Engagement, and Devising for Ensembles. Designers, a director and stage manager focus on a single year-long mentorship. Apprentices benefit from the small-group, select nature of the program, working closely with teachers and fellow ensemble members to maximize their year of training. In addition to the conservatory-style training, Apprentices learn through experience; working side-by-side with professional artists in various aspects of production and performance.
THE PERKS OF BEING AN APPRENTICE:
*Two public performances guaranteed for the apprentice company as a showcase, a scripted piece in the fall and self-created solo shows in the spring.
*Opportunity to audition for all of our mainstage shows if there are roles available.
*Opportunity to understudy/assistant direct mainstage shows.
*Opportunity to assistant direct alongside professional teaching artists at local high schools through the Fall Festival of Shakespeare.
*Opportunity to meet local and nationally recognized artists in formal and informal settings.
Apply Online at: http://portlandplayhouse.org/apprentice
Applications due April, 1, 2014.
For further inquiries please contact Education Director, Nikki Weaver at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Portland Playhouse is dedicated to producing quality, intimate, performances in which the interaction between artists and audience is paramount. We hold theatre to be a space in which people of all social, economic, racial, sexual and political backgrounds can come together to celebrate the complexity of our shared human experience.
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(Zoolander, Tropic Thunder, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty) is looking for qualified and eager interns. Duties will include reading scripts, writing coverage, answering phones, running errands and providing overall support to executives and assistants. Candidates should have experience with script coverage, have knowledge of the comedy/film world, and be willing to learn. Must be able to receive college credit. Typically interns work two days per week.
The deadline for spring applicants is ASAP, though most students are probably looking for summer and have until the end of March to apply. Students should send their resume and cover letter via e-mail to the following contact:
RED HOUR FILMS | 629 N. La Brea Ave. | Los Angeles, CA 90036
If you know of any students who would be interested, please share this with them. We’ll be doing some broader promotion during spring semester, but I wanted to make you aware of it right away.
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Are you creative, driven, passionate about the arts, and looking for a bridge between academia and the world of professional theatre?
We invite you to apply for Seattle Repertory Theatre’s Professional Arts Training Program (PATP) for the 2014—2015 season. For more than 30 years, Seattle Repertory Theatre has fostered interns as they begin their careers in the nonprofit arts world. Members of the PATP are fully integrated into their departments and engaged with all aspects of the company.
WHO IS SEATTLE REP?
We are one of the largest and most renowned regional theatres in the country, producing a mix of celebrated classics, recent Broadway hits, and cutting-edge new works in two theatre spaces. As a Tony Award-winning theatre and arts hub, we are a rare example of a theatre that is both rooted in its community and at the forefront of the national theatre scene.
WHAT IS THE PROFESSIONAL ARTS TRAINING PROGRAM?
The PATP is a season-long internship program designed to give young professionals the opportunity to apply what they learned in school to the nonprofit arts world. Prospective interns may apply to positions in the following areas:
WHEN DOES THE INTERNSHIP TAKE PLACE?
The PATP is a full-time commitment of at least 32 hours per week from September through May.
WILL I GET PAID?
Yes, interns receive a stipend of $200/week.
HOW DO I APPLY?
We will accept applications from January 1, 2014—March 14, 2014. Please visit seattlerep.org for details on how to apply.
WHERE CAN I LEARN MORE?
Detailed information about the PATP and individual job descriptions can be found at seattlerep.org. Visit blog.seattlerep.org to find out what current interns think about working at the Rep. Please contact email@example.com for answers to any other questions.
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Looking to fill two positions: The year-long Artistic Apprenticeship (which would be appropriate for someone coming out of undergrad or graduate school); and a summer Literary Internship (which is likely best suited for a current undergrad). I'm happy to field questions on these.
A full-year position, beginning mid-July; Housing and Stipend provided
The Studio Theatre's Artistic Apprenticeship is an immersive experience, giving the Apprentice first-hand experience in the rigors and rewards of the artistic activities of one of the country's most respected midsized theatres
as it expands its new play and international programming. Through daily interaction with members of Studio Theatre's artistic staff and direct mentorship by the Artistic and Literary Directors, the position provides a chance
to see directors and dramaturgs at work.
The Artistic Apprentice will serve as an assistant director on the five subscription shows during the season. The Apprentice will also read and critique play submissions, participate in the theatre's season research and planning, write
support materials for season shows, maintain a script library, and assist with the day-to-day needs of the Artistic and Literary Departments. Applicant should be extremely organized, personable, and possess a strong background
in directing and writing, as well as an interest in dramaturgy.
In addition to the other application materials, candidates should submit up to five pages of critical writing (if you provide multiple samples, at least one must be about a play).
Position is full-time, includes a stipend, begins July 15, 2013, and requires a 50-week commitment. EOE.
Applications are being accepted until March 1, 2013. Application and more information available at: www.studiotheatre.org/education/apprenticeship/applicationprocess.aspx
Summer position; full-time and unpaid with flexible duration
The Literary Internship offers first-hand experience in the rigors and rewards of preparing for a busy season at one of the country's most respected midsized theatres. The Intern plans, writes, and edits articles for Studio Theatre's performance guide; compiles research on shows for the upcoming season; participates in future season solicitation and planning; maintains the script library; and assists with playwright correspondence and day-to-day needs of the Literary Department. The intern must have excellent writing and research skills and be organized and personable. Applicants should include a writing sample of no more than five pages analyzing a play or performance.
The Studio Theatre's summer Intern program gives early-career theatre professionals experience as an active part of the exciting and demanding environment of a prominent mid-sized professional theatre. The full-time
program has three starting dates from mid-May to early June, and runs six to twelve weeks through August.? In addition to working in their designated department alongside staff members and visiting artists, Interns work
together on group projects. Interns participate in weekly seminars led by Department Heads, and these topic cover the art and operations of a professional regional theatre, the ecology of the Washington DC theatre scene,
and issues relevant to the larger field. All Interns have the opportunity to attend first rehearsals, staff run-throughs (the last rehearsal before tech), and opening nights of the Studio Theatre's performances for the 2013-2014
season. The program includes a field trip to another Washington DC theatre as well as free and discounted tickets to area performances. Summer Interns also get discounted tuition at The Studio Theatre Acting
Conservatory. A total of 13 interns participate in the summer program in the areas of Administration, Business, Communication, Development, Education, Literary, Technical, and Production.?
Start and end dates flexible, six to eight weeks through August, 2013.
Applications are being accepted until March 31, 2013. Application and more information available at: www.studiotheatre.org/education/internshipapplication.aspx
Please pass along to any interested parties, and thank you as ever for the help.
The Studio Theatre?1501 14th St. NW? Washington, DC?20005
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My name is Cait Weisensee, class of '11, and I am the Production Manager this summer at TriArts Sharon Playhouse in Sharon, CT. We produce a full season of straight plays and musicals, and are looking for interns for our coming season in Scenery (2), Costumes (3), Electrics, Sound, Paints, and ASM's (2). We are a summer stock in our third season, and the large intern company plays an invaluable role - this internship is about doing, not observing, which I know you're all prepared and eager for.
The dates run from May 12th-August 24th and offers $1875 for the summer (roughly $125/week) as well as dorm-style housing. This is a great opportunity for technical theater students interested in developing a network on the East Coast.
If this opportunity interests you, please send a resume and brief cover letter detailing the internship(s) that most interest you ASAP, and I will follow up. We are filling these positions NOW, and I'd love to fill them with Puget Sound students. Please don't hesitate to contact me with any and all questions. I look forward to hearing from you!
Production Manager | TriArts Sharon Playhouse | 503.961.2081
Learn more at www.triarts.net
Now accepting applications for a Dramaturg and Dramaturgy Interns for summer 2014. See below for details, and please forward this info along to friends, colleagues, students, etc. who might be interested in spending time in the Berkshires this summer!
The Dramaturg will report directly to the Artistic Associate. Duties
include but are not limited to:
- Providing day-to-day supervision, education, and management of the Dramaturgy Interns.
- Writing dramaturgical content for the Main Stage and Nikos Stage playbills under the supervision of the Artistic Associate.
- Helping administer the L. Arnold Weissberger Award for Playwriting.
- Reading and writing coverage for L. Arnold Weissberger Award play submissions.
- Assisting the Artistic Associate with line producing the Fridays@3 new
play reading series.
- Assisting the Artistic Associate with the implementation of Interact events and activities, including Lawn Talks, post-show discussions, etc.
- Supporting the Artistic Associate during auxiliary readings and workshops.
- Providing dramaturgical support to WTF Workshop productions as assigned.
- Participating in the educational environment of Williamstown Theatre Festival.
- Other duties as assigned.
To apply for the position of Dramaturg, candidates should submit a cover letter, two writing samples, and three references.Please visit http://www.wtfestival.org/apply.htm to apply. WTF is an equal opportunity employer, and is committed to creating a diverse company.
Dramaturgy Interns will have the opportunity to learn professional skills from the Literary Department of the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Literary Interns will be supervised by the Dramaturg and Artistic Associate.
Educational opportunities include:
- Observing and participating in daily operations of the Literary office, including database and calendar management.
- Observing and supporting in writing dramaturgical content for the Main Stage and/or Nikos Stage playbills under the supervision of the Dramaturg.
- Learning about the coordination of the Fridays@3 new play reading series and the administration of the L. Arnold Weissberger Award for Playwriting.
- Learning to write coverage for play submissions received during the summer.
- Assisting the Artistic Associate with the implementation of Interact events and activities, including Lawn Talks, post-show discussions, etc.
- Supporting the Artistic Associate during auxiliary readings and workshops.
- Opportunities to provide dramaturgical support to WTF Workshop productions
- Opportunities to attend auxiliary readings and WTF workshop rehearsals, as appropriate.
- Participating in the educational environment.
- Additional goals and skills as discussed with supervisors.
The ideal candidate will have an interest in learning about literary management, dramaturgy, and audience engagement. To apply for the Dramaturgy Internship, candidates should submit a cover letter stating your
interest in the position and educational goals for the internship program, two writing samples, and two references. Please visit http://www.wtfestival.org/apply.htm to apply. WTF is an equal opportunity
employer, and is committed to creating a diverse company.
*John M. Baker*
*Artistic Producing Associate*
*Williamstown Theatre Festival*
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