APPLICATION OPEN: August 1st
APPLICATION CLOSES: January 1st
APPOINTMENT: June through August
You may apply for one of our Production Team Internships at a time. Placement will be dependent on scheduling and needs for each production/event.
The Directing Intern will work closely with the Director to assist in pre-production work, the rehearsal process, blocking, scenic charts, script analysis, and working with the actors. This intern will gain an understanding of all of the components that are required of a theatre director.
The Movement Intern will work closely with the Director to assist in pre-production work, the rehearsal process, movement preparation, teaching of the movement, script analysis, and working with the actors. This intern will gain an understanding of all of the components that are required of a movement director/choreographer, and will serve as the Assistant Movement Director on the production.
The Scenic Design Intern develops scenery construction techniques within the context of a professional scene shop. Working with the Technical Director, the intern assists in the construction, finishing, and installation of scenery.
The Costume Design Intern will work closely with the Costume Designer to assist in the construction process in the costume shop. Depending on the individual's interests and skills, the intern may assist in shopping, fabric modification, stitching, and crafts. Basic sewing skills are required.
The Lighting Design Intern will get hands-on experience working with a Lighting Designer and Master Electrician on a Theatrical Production/Event. The intern will assist the lighting staff in special projects, electrics load-ins, and focusing and tech of shows.
The Sound Design Intern will gain an overview of theatrical sound design process and sound department operation in a professional theater environment by assisting the Sound Designer in rehearsal support, and production planning and realization. The intern will assist as needed in production load-in, tech, operation, maintenance and strike. The intern will also gain experience by assisting the sound designer and stage managers during production week processes, which may include duties as rehearsal engineer/operator.
The Properties Design Intern, working closely with the Properties Designer, develops knowledge of the workings a professional prop design. This intern will assist the properties mentor in the construction, acquisition, finishing, and installation of set props, set dressing, and hand props.
Complete the Application
Upload your CV/Resume and cover letter (applications without these documents will not be considered)
We will contact you with one week of your application receipt. If you do not hear from us within one week, please email, firstname.lastname@example.org