Internships

Wedekind's Spring Awakening (Steven Sater, book and lyrics; Duncan Sheik), Spring 2013Here 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.

Sample resumes: Acting, Production, General.

Department Guidelines for Requesting a Letter of Recommendation.

[PUGET SOUND REGION]

ACT: A CONTEMPORARY THEATRE

ACT provides professional development opportunities within several departments at different times during the year: Development and Fundraising, Board Relations, Marketing and Communications, Education, Production, Artistic and Literary, Events, and Finance and Administration. 

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Cover Letter
- Resume

APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE EMAILED TO: ACTinterns@acttheatre.org
*Please title the subject line with your last name and the internship you are interested in (Last Name, Position)

DEADLINE: Dependent on specific internship.

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SEATTLE CHILDREN'S THEATRE

Seattle Children's Theatre offers full-time summer internships in teaching dramatic arts to students ranging in age from 3 ½ - 19 and in various aspects of technical theatre, from sound to stage management. SCT is the second largest children’s theatre in the United States, dedicated to developing the next generation of theatre educators, artists and administrators. They offer the following internships in Education Programs: Drama School, Stage Management, Choreography, Music Directing, Arts Administration, Sets, Props, Costumes, Sound, and Lighting.

SCT Education Program internships require a minimum of 2 years of college; a BA is preferred. There are non-stipend assistant positions for those with less experience. Internships are paid a stipend of $140/week, plus compensation for a bus pass or parking. Housing is not provided.

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
Online Application Survey
- Cover Letter
- Resume

APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED ONLINE: No drop-ins or physical mailings please.

DEADLINE: 11:59pm PST February 16, 2016.

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SEATTLE REPERTORY THEATRE

The Professional Arts Training Program at Seattle Repertory Theatre offers internships in Company Management, Development, Education, Marketing, Costume Design, Lighting Design, Properties Design, Scenic Painting, Stage Management, Production Management, and Technical Direction. Interns undertake responsibilities as members of the staff, contribute ideas, participate in department and staff meetings, and complete projects under the guidance of their supervisors. Interns also participate in professional workshops and seminars, which provide contact with theatre staff, guest artists, and members of the Seattle arts community. Staff members guide the work of each intern to help prepare them for a career in professional theatre.

Applicants should regard the Professional Arts Training Program as a full-time commitment of at least 40 hours per week throughout our full season (September through May). They also offer the possibility of part-time positions in Development, Education, Lighting Design, Marketing and Communications, and Technical Direction. Full-time interns receive a stipend of $200/week. Part-time interns will receive a stipend commensurate with this position.

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Completed Application Form
- Resume
- Letter of Intent
- Two (2) Letters of Recommendation

APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED ONLINE OR IN A SINGLE ENVELOPE TO:
Internship Coordinator
Seattle Repertory Theatre
155 Mercer St.
Seattle, WA 98109

DEADLINE: Applications for the 2016-2017 Professional Arts Training Program will be accepted from January 11 – March 18, 2016.

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SEATTLE SHAKESPEARE COMPANY

During the indoor season, Seattle Shakespeare Company arranges administrative internships on an individual basis. Internships are available in Productions, Marketing, Education, and Development. 

INTERESTED? Please contact the appropriate department with inquiries.

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TACOMA MUSICAL PLAYHOUSE

Tacoma Musical Playhouse is a non-profit community theater company that produces musical theater exclusively, the highest attended art form in the United States. Currently in our 20th season, it is located at the old Narrows Movie Theater, 7116 Sixth Avenue, Tacoma. The Marketing Intern will receive an overview of the way a professional Marketing Department works in a medium-sized, non-profit arts organization. The department’s areas of responsibility cover marketing, advertising, public relations, community outreach, communications (including the website, blog, social media and electronic newsletters), and special promotions and events. The intern will be involved in department meetings where overview of tasks, time line and strategy, will be discussed.

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Cover letter
- Resume

APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE EMAILED TO: Sue Snyder – Director of Marketing, sue@tmp.org

DEADLINE: Unknown

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TAPROOT THEATRE COMPANY

The internship program supports Taproot Theatre Company’s mission by providing volunteer opportunities for observership and hands-on learning to emerging theatre professionals. TTC offers teaching, directing, design, technical and administrative internships. Selection is based on the applicant’s career goals, professionalism, experience, and availability. 

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
Application form
- Resume
- Technical skills sheet (if applying for tech/design internship)

APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE MAILED TO: 
Taproot Theatre Company
Attn: Intern Coordinator
P.O. Box 30946
Seattle, WA 98113

DEADLINE: Production, technical and administrative internship applications are welcomed year-round. They begin selecting summer interns mid-April and continue until all positions have been filled.

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VILLAGE THEATRE KIDSTAGE

Village Theatre KIDSTAGE seeks students 18 years of age and above for internships in the classroom, in our professionally produced productions, and in our Summer Independent Production. Internships are available in Arts Education, Management, Direction, and Design. KIDSTAGE Internship programs support the development of outstanding theatre professionals by providing a structured program of training, coursework, and extensive progressive in-class and hands-on learning experiences. Designed to prepare students for careers in theatre arts, internships translate the KIDSTAGE philosophy of “Skills for Theatre … Skills for Life” into classroom technique, and rehearsal and production proficiencies.

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Online application form

APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED ONLINE

DEADLINE: Unknown

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[NATIONWIDE]

ACTORS THEATRE OF LOUISVILLE

Acting Apprentice Company

The apprenticeship is an intensive nine-month (August to April) total immersion into the world of a major American regional theatre. It offers a unique combination of performance, training, observation and networking. The program is designed to serve as a bridge between undergraduate study and a professional career. The Acting Apprentice program specializes in providing the kind of practical training and real-world experience that give our apprentices a competitive advantage in a crowded marketplace.

Professional Intern Program

The Actors Theatre Intern Company is a group of emerging professionals entrusted with key positions of responsibility in the theatre.  Over the course of their intensive season-long residencies (August through April), they are involved in both short and long-term projects for their respective departments, the Brown-Forman Series, and the Humana Festival of New American Plays.  They hone their skills through direct collaboration with department managers and staff and are the creative and administrative force behind Apprentice/Intern Company projects. A grant of $5000 is awarded to each full-season intern to help defray the cost of living.

Internships are available in the areas of Arts Administration, Communications, Company Management, Development, Directing, Dramaturgy, Education, Events Management, Lighting, Marketing, Production Management, Scenic Painting, and Stage Management. 

INTERESTED? For more information about each internship and how to apply, please email ai@actorstheatre.org.

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COMEDY CENTRAL


(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)

Comedy Central Interns are placed in marketing, corporate communications, finance, human resources, sales research, on-air promotions, production and many other company departments. Duties can vary, but may include clerical support and events coordination. Students in Comedy Central's unpaid internship program must be eligible to receive academic credit.

INTERESTED? Please email interns@comedycentral.com for application instructions.

DEADLINE: Winter: mid to late October; Spring: mid to late December; Summer: mid to late April; Fall: mid to late July.

APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE MAILED TO:
Comedy Central 
Attn: Human Resources 
1775 Broadway 
New York, NY 10019 

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GLOUCESTER STAGE COMPANY

The apprenticeship program is populated by up to six recent college graduates who are beginning their professional theater careers. Each apprentice has their own specialty, ranging from directing to set construction. The program offers young theater professionals creative ownership, valuable education, important networking opportunities, and real world experience.  Areas of apprenticeship include: Directing, Education, Sage Management, Scenic Carpentry/Tech, and Management. In an effort to gain a well-rounded experience in professional theater, Gloucester Stage Company Apprentices will each be expected to work shifts in the theater’s Box Office and Concessions. All Apprentices, regardless of position, will participate in “Tech” and will assist with backstage tasks as needed. Apprentices will be provided with significant learning opportunities, through both observation and participation, and through structured learning programs.

Program includes:
- Weekly stipend of $100
- Shared housing at no cost
- A rigorous schedule
- Work alongside established theater professionals
- Opportunity to work on Equity productions
- EMC points where available

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Resumé
- Cover letter
- Three letters of recommendation
- A completed online application
- Directing and Dramaturgy/Education applicants must include two one-page writing samples that demonstrate their ability to write in an engaging and thoughtful style (ex. play proposal, short essay, etc.).
- Scenic Carpentry/Technical, Costumes, and Marketing applicants must include a portfolio of past/current work.

DEADLINE: Please check the Gloucester Stage Company website each January for application deadlines.

APPLICATION MATERIALS SHOULD BE MAILED TO:
Jeff Zinn
267 E. Main St
Gloucester, MA 01930

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HUNTINGTON THEATRE

Join a full-time, season-long professional program for highly motivated and committed individuals who are looking to bridge the gap between their academic experience and a professional career in theatre. Apprentices are vital members of the organization, working alongside a dedicated and passionate company of artists, administrators, technicians and designers. Not only do they gain practical experience, knowledge and industry contacts, they are encouraged to discover their true potential in a creative and challenging environment that fosters both professional and personal growth.  The Huntington understands that all cultures are vital to the vibrancy and relevancy of the arts and remains committed to producing works, building audiences, and employing staff members that promote equity and pluralism, and celebrate the rich communities of the Greater Boston area and beyond. They seek candidates who are not only creative, passionate, reliable, and have previous theatre training and skills, but also possess the freedom of spirit to celebrate the diversity of our culture and community.

Internships are available in the following areas:

Apprenticeships are available only as full-time season paid commitments, from mid to late August to early June. The offering are subject to availability and may not be offered every season.

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:

  • Application form pdf version  OR Application in Word
  • Resume of theatre and related experience
  • Cover letter, stating your expectations and career goals
  • Literary, Marketing, and Development applicants must include writing samples
  • Two letters of recommendation (from work supervisor, professor, or other relevant source)

DEADLINE: MARCH

APPLICATION MATERIALS SHOULD BE MAILED TO:

Apprenticehip Program
Huntington Theatre Company
264 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

OR E-MAIL IN ONE PDF TO Apprenticeships

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KO FESTIVAL

Interns work closely with the staff and the visiting artists to execute the full range of summer activities, including mounting and running of the 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. Experience, particularly in the technical and front-of-house aspects of production, is welcome but all interns will receive additional training for their work, which will be in a multiplicity of production areas.  Interns do not specialize. 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.

All activities will be held on the Amherst College campus in Amherst, MA between  for the month June 30 and the beginning of August 10. Internship dates may be somewhat flexible. The internships are unpaid, but cost of living is low and housing is provided. Interns are housed on campus along with Festival artists and staff in single rooms  in a wonderful mansion with a large and fully-equipped kitchen.

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:

Online Application HERE

DEADLINE: Unknown

PLEASE EMAIL APPLICATIONS TO: Sabrina@kofest.comArtistic Director, Sabrina Hamilton, will contact you to set up a phone or skype interview.

QUESTIONS? Call (413) 427-6147

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MCCARTER THEATRE

McCarter internships are post graduate, full time, season long positions. These internships are for individuals who desire a challenging practical experience in the real world, and for those who are willing to devote their full energies to the internship. Since hours and duties vary with different departmental assignments, taking on additional work outside of the internship may be difficult, and will be permitted only in cases of need. McCarter interns gain significant real world experience by assisting full time staff, participating in theater wide events and projects, and becoming core members of the McCarter Community. In addition to considerable responsibilities within their designated department, all interns can expect to perform interdepartmental tasks for the benefit of the theater, such as assisting with student matinees, fundraising events, poster runs, etc. Interns are given the opportunity to learn how each department contributes to the whole of McCarter through seminars with high-level staff, and are also invited to attend selected staff, board and committee meetings to increase their understanding of how a large regional theater operates. Internships typically run from late August through mid-June. All interns receive a weekly stipend of $75. 

Areas of Internship include:

PRODUCTION

ARTS ADMINISTRATION

ARTISTIC/EDUCATION

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Cover letter
- Resume
- 5-10 Page writing sample

DEADLINE: Rolling

PLEASE EMAIL APPLICATION MATERIALS TO: gshackney@mccarter.org.

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EUGENE O'NEILL THEATER

The O'Neill employs 20-30 permanent staff and year-round interns during the academic year.  Additionally, a full complement of Summer Interns, Junior Staff, and Seasonal Staff join each summer, creating the next generation of American theater. Staff and Interns work alongside industry professionals in the National Puppetry Conference, National Musical Theater Conference, National Playwrights Conference, and the Cabaret & Performance Conference.

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
Dates vary June - August. Interns are fully integrated as part of the staff/crew in each department with opportunities to assist in other departments as schedule allows. A fee of $2,800 is charged for housing/meal costs. Summer internship areas include: Box Office/House Management, Lighting/Electrics, Company Management, Literary Office, Props, Scenic Design, Artistic Direction, Library/Archives, Production Management, Sound, and Stage Management. 

YEAR-ROUND INTERNSHIPS
Year-round internships provide comprehensive on-the-job training, housing, meals, and a small stipend. Interns are fully integrated as part of the O'Neill staff with opportunities to assist in other departments as schedule allows. Some positions can lead to further employment. Areas for year-round internships include: Media, General Management, Business, and Literary Office.

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Cover Letter
- Resume
- Applicants for the Fall Literary Internship should also provide a writing sample  of no more than 3 pages

DEADLINE: April (summer applications) & July (fall applications)

PLEASE EMAIL APPLICATION MATERIALS TO: generalmanagement@theoneill.org. 

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PERSEVERANCE THEATRE

SEASON-LONG INTERNSHIPS
Perseverance Theatre, Alaska’s largest professional theatre, seeks highly qualified 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.

EDUCATION SUMMER INTERNSHIP
This person works with our director of education on summer youth programming. 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.

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Resume
- Cover Letter
- Two letters of recommendation

DEADLINE: April

PLEASE EMAIL APPLICATION MATERIALS TO: Shona Osterhout at shona@ptalaska.org.

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PHOENIX THEATRE

POPE PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
Phoenix Theatre is a LOA/LORT D Regional Theatre in the heart of downtown Phoenix. Phoenix Theatre produces shows in both a 380 seat proscenium space and a 250 seat black box space for a jam packed versatile season. Phoenix Theatre hires apprentices in the following areas:  Props, Scenic, Lighting, Sound, Stage Management, and Costumes. Candidates with skills in multiple areas are especially encouraged to apply. Contracts start in August and end June.  Apprentices are provided private housing and a weekly stipend. To be considered you must have a Bachelor’s degree in theatre and must be seriously seeking a career in the theatre arts. 

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Resume
- Cover Letter (state which department you are applying for)
- Three references
- All applicants will be interviewed

PLEASE MAIL OR EMAIL APPLICATION MATERIALS TO:
Karla Frederick, Associate Production Manager
100 E. McDowell Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
k.frederick@phoenixtheatre.com

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PLAYLABS

Are you an aspiring playwright, director, dramaturg, theater arts administrator, or theater artist of any discipline? Get hands-on experience in the process of new play development and theatre arts management through the Playwrights’ Center’s internship program. The program is offered to recent graduates, advanced undergraduates, and graduate-level students of playwriting, dramaturgy, directing, stage management, and other theater programs. Internships at the Playwrights’ Center offer the opportunity to work at the heart of a thriving arts organization while learning multiple aspects of the day-to-day of a non-profit. Because interns work with playwrights, directors, and actors on a local and national level, some theater experience is preferred. The internships include a modest stipend. 

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Cover Letter explaining your short-term and long-term career goals, what skills you will bring to the Playwrights’ Center, and why you are interested in an internship at the Playwrights’ Center.
- Resume
- Application form

DEADLINE: March (summer internships), May (nine-month internships)

PLEASE MAIL OR EMAIL APPLICATION MATERIALS TO:

The Playwrights’ Center
c/o Hannah Joyce-Hoven
2301 Franklin Ave E
Minneapolis, MN 55406

hannahj@pwcenter.org

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PLAYPENN

PlayPenn accepts six individuals who have an interest in playwriting/dramaturgy/directing/production to take part in their July conference. This is a wonderful opportunity for motivated young writers, performers and technicians to work alongside experienced professionals in a concentrated and fulfilling environment. Each intern will assist, on a daily basis, a collaborative team in the development of one of six plays invited to the Conference chosen in 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 $300 for their contribution to the work at hand. Unfortunately, PlayPenn cannot provide housing, though they are willing to assist in connecting out of town candidates with local interns to help with accommodations.

INTERESTED?  PLEASE SUBMIT:
Cover Letter t articulating your reasons for applying
- R
esume
- Online application form

DEADLINE: April

PLEASE EMAIL APPLICATION MATERIALS TO: Tom Shotkin, Production/Company Manager at production@playpenn.org.

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PORTLAND STAGE (MAINE)

The Portland Stage Intern Program is committed to training future generations of theater professionals. Applicants should be highly motivated individuals who have acquired basic training in the theater arts and are looking to explore their field further through meaningful hands-on experience. Portland Stage interns can expect to be challenged by a creative process that relies on both ingenuity and collaboration. Interns at Portland Stage work with leading designers, directors, administrators, and our professional production team throughout the season. They leave with a greater knowledge of the theatrical process and the satisfaction of being part of a dedicated theater company where exceptional quality is the end goal. Internships are offered in Carpentry/Painting/Technical Direction, Costumes/Wardrobe, Electrics/Sound, Stage Management, Directing/Dramaturgy, Education, and Marketing.

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Cover Letter
- Resume
- Two Letters of Recommendation
- Application Form
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Directing/Dramaturgy and Education applicants must include a two page writing sample that demonstrates an ability to incorporate research or observation and write in an engaging, readable style.
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Marketing applicants must include a list of their marketing areas of interest as well as two examples of work. Examples may include: Website Design, Photography, Video, Graphic Design, Copy Writing or a Blog Entry, etc.

DEADLINE: March

PLEASE MAIL APPLICATION MATERIALS TO:
Intern Coordinator
Portland Stage Company
P.O. Box 1458
Portland, Maine 04104

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PORTLAND PLAYHOUSE (OREGON)

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. Apprentices learn all aspects of running a theatre by working closely with core company members. The Apprenticeship begins in mid-August and runs through the end of June. The program is free and has no stipend.

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.

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Online Application Form
- Resume
- Video Audition
- Headshot
- Statement of Purpose

DEADLINE: April

PLEASE SUBMIT ALL APPLICATION MATERIALS ONLINE AT: http://www.portlandplayhouse.org/apprentice-company/

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STUDIO THEATRE

APPRENTICESHIPS
Studio Theatre’s apprenticeships provide on-the-job training for early-career artists and administrators at one of the country’s most exciting and well-respected midsized theatres. An opportunity for both hands-on training and professional development, this 50-week program introduces motivated and qualified young professionals to the rigors and rewards of working at a fast-paced theatre in Washington DC’s rich and extensive theatre community. Studio Theatre gives apprentices real responsibilities, putting them to work alongside an accomplished company of artists, administrators, and designers. In addition to working in their designated department, apprentices learn about other departments and areas of the theatre through educational seminars. 

Studio Theatre offers apprenticeships in the following areas: Artistic, Business, Carpentry, Company Management and Production, Development, Education, Electrics, Facilities and Events Management, Management, Marketing and Communications, Marketing and Multimedia, Sound and Projections, Stage Management.

INTERNSHIPS
Studio Theatre offers internships during the fall, spring, and summer. The summer program includes 10-13 positions in multiple areas of the theatre. Summer interns have a full-time schedule that includes weekly educational seminars, group work assignments, and social activities.  Studio offers full-time and part-time internships during the fall and the spring (12-40 hours a week). 

Internships are offered in a myriad of areas including: administration, arts management, audience services, business, development, education, it, literary, marketing, and production. Studio’s interns work alongside industry professionals behind the scenes and in the office, developing skills for future careers in the arts. Studio Theatre’s spring internship program is a part-time commitment, offering educational seminars, outside activities, and the opportunity for interns to immerse themselves in a variety of roles during Studio’s fall season. All Studio Theatre internships are unpaid.

INTERESTED? PLEASE SUBMIT:
- Resume
- Cover Letter
- Artist candidates, please submit a writing sample
- Marketing and Multimedia Apprentice, please submit work samples or a portfolio
- Online Application Form

DEADLINE: March

PLEASE SUBMIT ALL APPLICATION MATERIALS ONLINE AT: https://www.studiotheatre.org/home/work-with-us/apprenticeship-and-internship-programs

Questions? Please contact apprenticeship@studiotheatre.org or internship@studiotheatre.org

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WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE FESTIVAL

By providing a vital and supportive atmosphere in which to learn from the many challenges of the professional theatre industry, WTF offers students educational opportunities seldom available elsewhere. WTF offers programs for young actors and directors, as well as opportunities for designers, technicians and administrators. 

ACTING APPRENTICESHIP
When selected to the program, apprentices have the opportunity to audition for Festival productions and participate in numerous projects, productions, and special events sponsored by the Festival and directed by the Festival Directing Corps. An apprentice’s theatrical experience is not built on performance opportunities alone. Apprentices work in a number of capacities throughout the summer that make the season possible, including building sets, hanging lights, assisting the marketing department, greeting audiences, and providing vital support to the many and varied needs of the Festival on a daily basis. 

Apprentices also take part in a unique hybrid curriculum that brings together training and practical application in the interest of launching careers. Resident artists teach a wide variety of classes across many disciplines, and master classes with world-renowned visiting artists are scheduled throughout the summer. Apprentices will interact with, observe, and ultimately learn from many of the established artists who visit the Festival each season.

DIRECTING INTERNSHIP
The Directing Internship is the unique, entry-level training program for young directors at WTF. Each Directing Intern assists a renowned professional director on one of the Festival’s productions. Each Directing Intern also direct members of the Apprentice Company in projects presented at the Festival; these projects focus primarily on the process of working with actors as opposed to the full production process itself. Directing Interns are generally recent graduates from undergraduate theater programs and have solid experience both directing their peers and assisting seasoned professionals. Directing Interns are responsible for their own daily living expenses and pay a fee for housing on the Williams College campus.

Additional internship opportunities are available in the areas of Events Administration, Audience Services, Company Management, Costumes, Lighting, Publicity, Props, Carpentry, Technical Direction, Scenic Design, Sound, and Production Management. 

INTERESTED? PLEASE VISIT http://wtfestival.org/work-learn/ for application instructions for the position to which you are applying.

DEADLINE: March

PLEASE MAIL APPLICATION MATERIALS TO:
Williamstown Theatre Festival
Apprentice Admissions
229 West 42nd Street, Suite 801
New York, NY 10036