The Playhouse Theatre Group, Inc. Internship Program is a great way for young theatre professionals to learn and grow both professionally and personally. The program allows college students and graduates to have a hands-on experience. We are currently taking applications for the 2019 Intern Company in multiple areas including Business Office, Marketing, Development, Literary, Education, Front of House, Stage Management, Costumes, and Production. The summer show this year is THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS; for specific casting consideration for this show, please submit materials to email@example.com .
Playhouse on Park encourages theatre artists with multiple talents and interests. Internships can often be customized to fit a student's strengths and goals, and summer interns will have a dual focus. Interns also have the opportunity to take Master Classes, and are assigned a mentor for the duration. Interns will support and learn through several productions in the 10th Anniversary Season, including THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS, PLAY IN A DAY, and THE MIRACLE LEAGUE COLLABORATION. Dates of the 10 week full time internship are June 3-August 11, 2019.
The Summer internship program is sponsored in part by a generous challenge grant from the Ellen Jeanne Goldfarb Memorial Trust. If you make a donation to support the Summer Internship Program, the Ellen Jeanne Goldfarb Memorial Trust will match it dollar for dollar. Contact Mollie Cook at MCook@playhousetheatregroup.org to learn more.
Playhouse on Park is committed to developing a work environment that is reflective of the diverse community that it serves. Applicants from all populations and underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. Consideration for employment will be given to all applicants without regard to race/ethnicity, gender identity/sexual orientation, age or ability. Playhouse Theatre Group, Inc. is committed to a policy of non-discrimination. Playhouse Theatre Group, Inc. does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, sexual identity, marital status, unfavorable discharge from the military, handicap, or disability in its hiring practices, programs and activities.