FREE - Girl Be Heard

WHERE.

About the Organization
Girl Be Heard
 develops, amplifies, and celebrates the voices of young women through socially conscious theatre-making. If a girl can change her own life, she can change the lives of girls everywhere. We envision a world in which every girl is valued and encouraged to be a leader and change maker.

Address
20 Jay Street, #210B
Brooklyn, NY 11201

WHAT.

About the Program

The GBH Mentorship Program connects respected professionals from every field with Girl Be Heard participants ages 12 to 24, providing positive role-modeling and opportunities for growth, to increase mentees' sense of insight, potential and self-efficacy. The GBH Mentorship Program is a traditional one-to-one mentoring program, and is one of GBH’s initiatives to better support growing female artists + activists to grow both personally and artistically. 

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this

Eligibility?
12-24

Cost?
FREE

When it runs?
rolling

APPLY.

When to apply?
Rolling

How to apply?
Apply online here

Contact
Tina@girlbeheard.org / 718-222-4475

CONNECT.

Website
http://girlbeheard.org

Social Media
Facebook + Twitter: girlbeheard

IRT Theater

WHERE.

About the Organization

IRT is a grassroots laboratory for independent theater and performance in New York City, providing space and support to a new generation of artists. Tucked away in the old Archive Building in Greenwich Village, IRT’s mission is to build a community of emerging and established artists by creating a home for the development and presentation of new work.

Address154
Christopher st. 3B NY, NY 10014

WHAT.

About the Program

An offshoot of IRT’s 3B Development Series, the Westside Experiment offers students the skills to create original devised theater in collaboration with a working theater company in residence at IRT. This program in 2017 is designed to provide enriching career development opportunities to Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing youth through the Westside Experiment. The progressive Young Actors Laboratory program still covers all the theater essentials, like physical-acting technique, improvisation & script writing, but with a decidedly downtown twist. This years unique summer experience will include a fusion of sign language, spoken word, mime, storytelling, dance and music. No prior acting experience necessary. Artists of all disciplines encouraged to apply. Bring an open mind and have it blown away!

Accessible?
Yes

Eligibility?
High school students 

Cost?
$600, financial aid available. Fully accessible and FREE for Deaf  and Hard-of-Hearing students.

When it runs?
July 2-6, 9-13, 2018

APPLY.

When to apply?
Rolling

How to apply?
Register Online

Contact
 we@irttheater.org

CONNECT.

Website
http://irttheater.org/programs/westside-experiment/

Social Media
Twitter, Instagram, Facebook: @IRTTheater

FREE - The Lark - Van Lier New Voices Fellowship

WHERE.

About the Organization
The Lark is an international theater laboratory, based in New York City, dedicated to empowering playwrights by providing transformative support within a global community. We provide writers with money, space, collaborators, audiences, professional connections and the freedom to design their own processes of exploration. We believe that playwrights are society’s truth tellers and their work strengthens our collective capacity to understand our world and imagine its future.

Address
311 West 43rd Street
New York, NY 10036
(between 8th & 9th Ave.)

WHAT. 

About the Program
The apprentice program provides aspiring arts professionals with a season-long September through June residency at The Lark. Apprentices will join Lark’s small staff in an arts administration experience supporting visionary playwrights and stories that reflect the vibrancy and complexity of our community. The apprenticeships are designed to serve as a bridge between an educational setting and the professional world by providing firsthand experience in the Lark process, training and experience in arts administration and exposure to the inner workings of an arts organization.

Which departments?
Playwrighting

Accessible?
Yes

Eligibility?
Playwrights of color under the age of 30 at the time of application, demonstrate financial need, and make a case for how the Fellowship and participation in The Lark’s community would promote transformative artistic and professional growth.

Stipend?
$15,000 a year plus up to $3,000 in health insurance reimbursement

When it runs?
Year long

APPLY. 

When to apply?
Applications for 2018 are closed.  To be notified of upcoming opportunities, 
sign up for The Lark’s Mailing List.

How to apply?
Fellows are selected through an open application process. Applicants must be legal residents of New York City, identify as playwrights of color under the age of 30 at the time of application, demonstrate financial need, and make a case for how the Fellowship and participation in The Lark’s community would promote transformative artistic and professional growth.

Contact
Anna Kull, Director of Community Relationships - anna@larktheatre.org

CONNECT.

Website
http://www.larktheatre.org/

Social Media
Facebook: @TheLark.1
Twitter: @LarkTheatre

FREE - The New Group - Scene1

WHERE.

About the Organization

The New Group, led by founding Artistic Director Scott Elliott and Executive Director Adam Bernstein, is an award-winning, artist-driven company with a commitment to developing and producing powerful, contemporary theater. While constantly evolving, we strive to maintain an ensemble approach to all our work and an articulated style of emotional immediacy in our acting and productions. In this way, we seek a theater that is adventurous, stimulating and most importantly "now", a true forum for the present culture. Over the course of two decades, Scott Elliott has fostered an environment where a community of artists can experiment, take risks, and learn from each other away from the pressures of commercial theater, leading to the production of over 70 powerful, contemporary theater pieces featuring some of today's most compelling performers.  

Address
The Pershing quare Signature Center
480 West 42nd Street
New York NY 10036

WHAT.

About the Program

Scene 1 is The New Group's innovative free theater education program serving NYC public high school students since 2006. Using a model that prioritizes ensemble building and character development, students learn advanced acting, playwriting and songwriting with seasoned professionals, including Master Classes with New Group artists. 

The goals of Scene 1 are to develop students' voices as emerging artists through the creation of original work that connects to their lives; to provide students with rigorous skills-based courses in acting and writing; and to create an ensemble of young artists who understand what it means to be part of a community, by building a cohesive ensemble of performers. The young people in this program are an integral part of The New Group artistic community, and see our theater as place to learn and be inspired by one another. 

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this

Eligibility?
NYC Public High School Students

Cost?
FREE

When it runs?
July 9 - 27, Monday - Friday
10am - 1pm

APPLY.

When to apply?
Apply by June 1

How to apply?
Apply online

Contact
education@thenewgroup.org
 

CONNECT.

Website
https://www.thenewgroup.org

Social Media
Twitter and Facebook : TheNewGroupNYC

FREE - The Possibility Project

WHERE.

About the Organization

The Possibility Project brings together vastly diverse groups of teenagers who meet 6-7 hours weekly for nine months. They engage in a social/emotional learning (SEL) experience focused on social justice that uses the performing arts to examine and address the personal and social forces that shape their lives and identities. Through the creative process, they work together to write and perform an original musical from the stories of their lives and their ideas for change, creating a theatrical road map for change. They then design and execute community action projects that make an impact on issues that are important to them..


Address
104 W. 27th St., 12th Floor
New York, NY 10001

WHAT.

About the Program

AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM
The After-School program is made up of 40-50 teenagers from all 5 boroughs of New York City. Any teenager (13-19 yrs) is welcome to audition.
Rehearsals: Participants meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the after-school hours from early October through early June
Premiere: The Cast’s show premieres in early April
Auditions: August and September

SATURDAY PROGRAM
The Saturday program is made up of 70-80 teenagers from all 5 boroughs of New York City. Any teenager (13-19 yrs) is welcome to audition.
Rehearsals: Participants meet on Saturdays from 10:30am to 5:30pm from early October through late June
Premiere: The Cast’s show premieres in mid-May
Auditions: August and September

FOSTER CARE PROGRAM
The Foster Care program is made up of 20-30 New York City teenagers (15-20 yrs) who are currently in or have recently been in foster care.
Rehearsals: Participants meet on Mondays and Wednesdays in the after-school hours from March through December
Premiere: The Cast’s show premieres in November
Auditions: Agency auditions in February and March; Open auditions in March

YOUTH JUSTICE PROGRAM
The Youth Justice program is made up of 20-30 New York City teenagers (15-20 yrs) who are currently in or have recently been involved in the juvenile justice system.
Rehearsals: Participants meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the after-school hours from May through February
Premiere: The Cast’s show premieres in December or January
Auditions: Recruitment takes place in April and May

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this

Eligibility?
13-20

Cost?
FREE

When it runs?
Depends on the program

APPLY.

When to apply?
Depends on the program

How to apply?
J
oin the mailing list to be notified for Audition

Contact
info@the-possibility-project.org

CONNECT.

Website
http://the-possibility-project.org

Social Media
Facebook + Twitter: possibilityproj

FREE - MCC Theatre Youth Company

WHERE.

About the Organization

MCC Theater was founded in 1986 as Manhattan Class Company, then a collective of young actors, writers and directors eager to take a leadership role in their own artistic development.  Initial peer-based “classes” led to showcases and eventually to the kinds of full-scale productions that have made MCC Theater one of New York’s leading off-Broadway theater companies.

Address
231 W 29th St #303
New York, NY 10001    

WHAT.

About the Program

The MCC Theater Youth Company is a free, after-school program for New York City high school students interested in developing their acting and dramatic writing skills. Within a creative, challenging, and supportive environment, teenagers from five boroughs participate in weekly workshops (Labs) led by professional theater artists. Our students are encouraged to discover and explore their unique artistic voices as they work together to create and perform original work. Authenticity, originality, energy, honesty, enthusiasm... all of their experiences are essential to the process. Through collaboration, YC members form a supportive ensemble of young artists in an inspiring environment where they are free to experiment, make bold choices, and take risks.

Accessible?
We don't have this information yet

Eligibility?
High school students 

Cost?
FREE

When it runs?
For a full, year-long season each year

APPLY.

When to apply?
Rolling, apply in the fall

How to apply?
Audition, depending on track (playwriting, acting, or ambassador)

Contact 
cazano@mcctheater.org

CONNECT.

Website
https://www.mcctheater.org/youthcompany/index.html

Social Media
Twitter, Instagram, Facebook: @mcctheater

FREE - Playwrights Horizon

WHERE.

About the Organization

Playwrights Horizons is a writer's theater dedicated to the support and development of contemporary American playwrights, composers and lyricists, and to the production of their new work.
In a city rich with cultural offerings, Playwrights Horizons' 47-year-old mission is unique; we are the only major theater in New York with this specific mission. We have distinguished ourselves by the caliber of our work and our steadfast commitment to the voice of the American writer. It is a mission that is always timely, and it is essential to the future of the American theater. 

Address
416 West 42 Street
New York, NY 10036

WHAT.

About the Program

New Works Lab
NEW PLAY AND MUSICAL THEATER DEVELOPMENT
These behind-the-scenes programs encompass all phases of new play development and help writers to develop their newest work. Each year, we award three to six new commissions to support writers during the creation process; presents developmental readings, which range from one-day to two-week events, of up to 25 new works-in-progress; produces three or more musical theater staged readings; and receives, reviews and responds to nearly 1,000 full-length scripts and scores submitted through an open door policy, one of the only programs of its kind in the country.

Theatrical Fellowship Program
We train and mentor 10 to 12 students and early-career professionals each season in the areas of casting, literary management, directing, stage management, marketing, costumes, and musical theater. Fellows leave the program with valuable connections and marketable skills, poised to become the next generation of theater artists and administrators.

Playwrights Horizons Theater School
Since 1983, the School, in association with New York University's Tisch School of the Arts’ Undergraduate Drama Department, has offered students a unique four-year program that emphasizes professional development and interdisciplinary theater training. 

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this

Eligibility?
No age listed- open submissions

Cost?
FREE

When it runs?
Depends on the program

APPLY.

When to apply?
Depends on the program

How to apply?
Depends on the program

Contact
info@phnyc.org

CONNECT.

Website
www.playwrightshorizons.org

Social Media
Instagram and Twitter: phnyc Facebook: Playwrights Horizon

Abrons Arts Center - Urban Youth Theater

WHERE.

About the Organization

The Abrons Arts Center is the performing and visual arts center of Henry Street Settlement. The facility links the 300-seat proscenium Playhouse, originally constructed as the Neighborhood Playhouse by philanthropists Alice Lewisohn and Irene Lewisohn in 1915 to the main art center building, which opened in 1975. The development added two theaters and an outdoor amphitheater. Visual arts exhibitions are mounted in the Abrons Main Gallery and the ground-floor Culpeper Gallery. The underground floor of Abrons is a shared artist studio space. Classrooms and dance studios are located on all floors for arts training and instruction.


Address
466 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002 (between Pitt St. & Bialystoker Pl.)

WHAT.

About the Program

Urban Youth Theater Ensemble is a laboratory for teens at Abrons Arts Center. Each year the company performs a season of originally devised works and re-interpretations of classical texts. Working under the direction of New York City-based directors, writers, and designers, UYT gives young performers the opportunity to participate in a pre-professional company. Participants must be dedicated, respectful of each other’s ideas, and willing to take artistic risks.

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this

Eligibility?
14-18

Cost?
FREE

When it runs?
Depends on the program

APPLY.

When to apply?
Depends on the program

How to apply?
Register online. 

Contact
info@statementarts.org

CONNECT.

Website
http://www.abronsartscenter.org/classes-workshops/youth-teens-theater/

Social Media
Twitter, Instagram, Facebook: @abronsartscenter

FREE - Statement Arts

WHERE.

About the Organization

Statement Arts is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing the creative visual & performing arts to underserved and/or low-income individuals. We channel creativity to educate, to enhance intellectual performance, to empower and guide, and to build self-esteem. Statement Arts is committed to giving our students an intercultural and interdisciplinary arts experience to which they do not have access.


Address

2 River Terrace, Suite 3K New York, New York 10282

WHAT.

About the Program

Our year long College Prep Program starts in July. For 3 weeks, we run rigorous classes in audition techniques, master classes in acting, private voice lessons, interpretive coaching, and panel discussions with working pros. There are also writing workshops that focus on those all important college application essays. Our summer portion concludes with a final performance that is free and open to the public. This program continues throughout the school year with mentoring sessions designed to support the participants through the college application process, including college selection, the college applications themselves, SAT prep, the financial aid and FAFSA forms, finding additional scholarship money, as well as preparing them for what to expect once they head off.

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this

Eligibility?
high school

Cost?
FREE

When it runs?
Year-long; begins with 3 week summer program

APPLY.

When to apply?
Every spring

How to apply?
Written application (personal statement, resume, two letters of recommendation) + audition

Contact
info@statementarts.org

CONNECT.

Website
http://www.statementarts.org/

Social Media
Twitter, Instagram, Facebook: @statementarts

Harlem Stage

WHERE.

About the Organization

Harlem Stage is a performing arts center that celebrates and perpetuates the unique and diverse artistic legacy of Harlem and the indelible impression it has made on American culture. We provide opportunity, commissioning and support for artists of color, make performances accessible to all audiences, and introduce children to the rich diversity, excitement and inspiration of the performing arts


Address

150 Convent Avenue,

New York, NY, 10031

WHAT.

About the Program

An accounting internship that requires you to Assist with Journal Entries, Assist in the inputting of invoices into computer system with proper coding, Assist with bank reconciliations and posting deposits on a monthly basis, Keep all filing current and assist in developing new systems for filing, and Work with excel to create various spreadsheets

Which departments?
Accounting

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this.


Eligibility?

College

Stipend?
Unpaid

When it runs?

10 hrs a week

APPLY.

When to apply?

Rolling


How to apply?

Email cover letter and resume to John Stam, Director of Finance (jstam@harlemstage.org). No phone calls. Include title of the position in subject line.


Contact

jstam@harlemstage.org

CONNECT.

Website
www.harlemstage.org

Social Media

Twitter, @myharlemstage

Labyrinth Theatre Company

WHERE.

About the Organization

Labyrinth Theater Company is a home for diverse theater artists and the daring and visceral work they create. Labyrinth Theater Company was founded in 1992 by a small group of actors who wanted to push their artistic limits and tell new, more inclusive stories that expanded the boundaries of mainstream theater. In doing so, they created a tightly knit, uninhibited and impassioned ensemble that created incendiary and vital new works for the stage that redefined the landscape of New York City theater. Driven by a diverse group of over 120 actors, directors, playwrights and designers, Labyrinth produces new works for the stage, giving voice to new perspectives that are powerful, groundbreaking and that have changed the face of America’s theatrical landscape.


Address
155 Bank Street, New York, NY 10014 (between West St & Washington St)

WHAT.

About the Program

Our internships are designed to give participants experience in the production process and also a general understanding of how a professional theater company functions. Each intern is assigned to a specific ""track"" to give practical experience in their personal area of focus. All interns also attend a weekly Lab, tailored to the interests of the group, which can include lectures and Master Classes with esteemed EST members and which culminates in a showcase, developed and produced by the interns as an ensemble company.

Which departments?
Marketing & Audience Development, General Management & Production

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this.


Eligibility?

College, graduate, early-career professionals

Stipend?

Unpaid; college credit


When it runs?

3 months; 15-20 hrs/wk

APPLY.

When to apply?

Rolling


How to apply?

Application, resume, cover letter, two letters of recommendation


Contact

(212) 513-1080

CONNECT.

Website

http://labtheater.org/intern/

Social Media

Facebook, Instagram, SoundCloud: @LAByrinthTheater; Twitter: @LabTheaterNYC; Vimeo: Labyrinth Theater Company

Ensemble Studio Theatre

WHERE.

About the Organization

The Ensemble Studio Theatre—commonly known as EST— was founded in 1968 by Curt Dempster on the belief that extraordinary support yields extraordinary work. We are a dynamic and expanding family of member artists committed to the discovery and nurturing of new voices and the continued support and growth of artists throughout their creative lives. Through our unique collaborative process we develop and produce original, provocative, and authentic new plays that engage and challenge our audience and audiences across the country.


Address

545-549 West 52nd Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10019 (between 10th & 11th Ave)

WHAT.

About the Program

Our internships are designed to give participants experience in the production process and also a general understanding of how a professional theater company functions. Each intern is assigned to a specific ""track"" to give practical experience in their personal area of focus. All interns also attend a weekly Lab, tailored to the interests of the group, which can include lectures and Master Classes with esteemed EST members and which culminates in a showcase, developed and produced by the interns as an ensemble company.

Which departments?
Development, Literary, Management, Social Media and Marketing, Technical

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this.


Eligibility?

College, graduate, early-career professionals

Stipend?

Unpaid; college credit


When it runs?

Fall, Spring, Summer

APPLY.

When to apply?

Rolling


How to apply?

Application form, resume, cover letter 


Contact

jobs@ensemblestudiotheatre.org

CONNECT.

Website

http://www.ensemblestudiotheatre.org/internships/

Social Media

Facebook: @ensemblestudiotheatre; Twitter: @ESTnyc

BRIC

WHERE.

About the Organization
BRIC is the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, and one of the largest in New York City. We present and incubate work by artists and media-makers who reflect the diversity that surrounds us. BRIC programs reach hundreds of thousands of people each year.

Address

647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217 (at Rockwell Pl.)

WHAT.

About the Program
BRIC is committed to nurturing, educating, and exposing the next generation of contributors, professionals, and leaders entering the field of arts and media through our internship program. 

Which departments?
Artist Services, Curatorial, Marketing, Technical Production...?

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from this organization about this

Eligibility?
Undergraduates, recent graduates, early-career,

Stipend?
Unpaid

When it runs?

Part-time (schedule varies by department)

APPLY.

When to apply?
Rolling

How to apply?
Email BCBFjobs@bricartsmedia.org with subject line: [Insert Intern position you are applying for].  Please write a brief cover letter in the body of the email and attach resume.  Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls

Contact

BCBFjobs@bricartsmedia.org

CONNECT.

Website
https://www.bricartsmedia.org

Social Media
@bricartsmedia

The People’s Improv Theatre

WHERE.

About the Organization

The Peoples Improv Theater is an award winning training center and comedy theater based in New York City. The PIT is composed of three elements: a school that focuses on the craft of improvisation, an eclectic variety of electives, and an unparalleled professional writing program; a theater that presents original comedic shows seven nights a week; and a corporate and educational workshop program that offers team building, leadership, and business training.


Address

123 E 24th St
New York, NY 10010 (between Lexington & Park Ave.)

WHAT.

About the Program

The PIT offers internships for college students and recent graduates looking to gain experience working with the small management team at the PIT.  All internships take place at our office, located at 123 E 24th St – near Madison Sq Park. Interns receive complimentary classes at the PIT during internship.

Which departments?
Artist, Marketing, Education

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this.


Eligibility?

College, graduate, early-career professionals

Stipend?

Unpaid; college credit/free classes


When it runs?
Fall (August-December), Spring (January-May), Summer (May-July); exact start and end dates flexible; part time (15-20 hrs/wk) or full time

APPLY.

When to apply?

Rolling


How to apply?

Application form, resume, cover letter (some additional requirements by department)


Contact

submit@thepit-nyc.com

CONNECT.

Website

http://thepit-nyc.com/

Social Media

Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Twitter: @thepitnyc; YouTube: PITtv

Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA)

WHERE.

About the Organization

The mission of Theatre for a New Audience is to develop and vitalize the performance and study of Shakespeare and classic drama. For more than three decades, the Theatre has produced over 60 master works, including 28 of Shakespeare’s plays alongside other classic works and distinguished contemporary plays. In addition, Theatre for a New Audience sustains the largest program in New York City’s Public Schools for introducing Shakespeare.


Address

154 Christopher Street, Ste 3D,

New York, NY 10014 (between Greenwich St. & Washington St.)

WHAT.

About the Program

We are currently seeking applications for Winter/Spring 2018 internships.Theatre for a New Audience offers internships in several areas for college students, graduate students, and students between terms. Please see below for a description of internships offered at Theatre for a New Audience.  

Which departments?
varies by semester; Artistic Producing and Management, Development/Special Event, Education, Literary and Humanities, Marketing and Press

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this.


Eligibility?

College, graduate, early-career professionals

Stipend?

Unpaid (with small stipend available for those working 15+ hrs/wk)


When it runs?

Fall, Winter/Spring, Summer; 10-18 hrs/wk (varies by department)

APPLY.

When to apply?

Rolling


How to apply?

Application form, resume, cover letter (some additional requirements by department)


Contact

Torrey Townsend, Internship Coordinator, ttownsend@tfana.org

CONNECT.

Website

http://www.tfana.org

Social Media

Facebook, YouTube: @TheatreforaNewAudience; Twitter: @TheatreforaNewA

Teatro SEA

WHERE.

About the Organization

Established in 1985, SEA (Society of the Educational Arts, Inc.), is the premiere Bilingual Arts-in-Education Organization and Latino Children’s Theatre in the United States. SEA has created and produced a combination of educational theatre productions and art workshops/programs specifically designed to examine, challenge and create possible solutions for current educational, social and community issues. Its internationally celebrated programs include school, outdoor, community and main stage performances, workshops and residencies, among others, reaching over 75,000 children and young adults every year.


Address

107 Suffolk Street, Suite 202,

New York, NY (between Delancey St. & Rivington St.)

WHAT.

About the Program

In addition to their experience within a specific area of internship focus, interns will also gain insights about many other administrative areas of nonprofit theater. If you are not enrolled in school you can still JOIN OUR VOLUNTEER STAFF, working one day a week, weekends or a few hours a day.

Which departments?
Education, Marketing/Public Relations, Operations, Ticket Services/Box Office

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this.


Eligibility?

High school (16+), college, graduate

Stipend?
Unpaid


When it runs?

Flexible

APPLY.

When to apply?

Rolling


How to apply?

contact Danielle Ennis at (212) 5291545
or e-mail daniela.ennis@teatrosea.org


Contact

daniela.ennis@teatrosea.org

CONNECT.

Website
http://teatrosea.org/volunteersinterns/

Social Media

Facebook: @TeatroSEAnyc; Twitter, YouTube: @TeatroNYC

Richard Frankel Productions

WHERE.

About the Organization

Richard Frankel Productions Inc. has been an independent theatrical production and general management company since 1985. With partners Marc Routh, Thomas Viertel, and Steven Baruch, RFP produces and general manages plays and musicals, acts as General Manager and/or Executive Producer for other producers, and provides integrated production, management, and marketing services through on-site staff, subsidiaries, and affiliated providers.
 

Address

254 West 54th Street, 10th Floor,

New York, NY 10019 (between Broadway & 8th Ave.)

WHAT.

About the Program

Richard Frankel Productions is host to an extensive internship program available to college students and graduates. Interns at RFP receive a total immersion in theatrical production and management. Interns are generally assigned to a specific production, or to a department, depending on interest, such as management, marketing or booking. Interns carry out assignments under the supervision of staff members. Interns also assist with general office duties, such as answering phones and filing. Interns have the opportunity to be present in producer, advertising and marketing meetings. Interns attend seminars throughout their internship taught by both staff members and other theatrical professionals.

Which departments?
Programming department


Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this


Eligibility?
College

Stipend?
$100/wk stipend; college credit


When it runs?

Ongoing; full time (10-6 M-F)

APPLY.

When to apply?

Currently hiring for Winter/Spring 2018.


How to apply?

Application form, resume


Contact

interncoordinator@frankelgreen.com 

CONNECT.

Website

http://www.rfpny.com/internships.php

Social Media

Tumblr: @youthcorps; Twitter: @paayouthcorps

Red Bull Theater

WHERE.

About the Organization

Red Bull Theater is dedicated to the exploration and creation of heightened language plays. With the Jacobean plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries as our cornerstone, Red Bull Theater engages today's theatergoers through intimate and imaginative performances of great classic stories from all eras and cultures.


Address

191 Seventh Avenue, Ste 2S,

New York, NY 10011 (between 21st St. & 22nd St.)

WHAT.

About the Program

As part of our commitment to developing the next generation of classical theater professionals, we engage students and early-career theater artists in our Apprentice/Internship program. This hands-on program allows interns and volunteers to collaborate with Red Bull Theater artists and administrators. Red Bull Theater volunteer apprentices and interns are paired with a staff member who mentors their assignment and provides guidance and supervision. There are no acting internships or apprenticeships possible at this time. Candidates must be self-motivated, eager to learn, willing to assist, and able to work independently. Students are eligible for college credit, based upon the guidelines of their college or university, with flexibility to accommodate each institution’s specific requirements. To apply, please send a letter specifically outlining your interest, three references, and current resume' to sherri@redbulltheater.com. PDF's only, please.

Which departments?
Arts Administration

Accessible?
We are still waiting to hear back from the organization about this.


Eligibility?
College

Stipend?
Unpaid, college credit


When it runs?

Ongoing

APPLY.

When to apply?

Rolling


How to apply?

Resume + Cover letter; 2 references


Contact

sherri@redbulltheater.com

CONNECT.

Website
http://www.redbulltheater.com/

Social Media

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter: @RedBullTheater

Park Avenue Armory

WHERE.

About the Organization

Park Avenue Armory is New York City's most dynamic new arts center, dedicated to visual and performing art that cannot be performed in traditional museums and performance halls.


Address

643 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065 (between 66th & 67th St.)

WHAT.

About the Program

The Youth Corps is a group of New York City public high school students that are immersed in the art and creative processes of the Armory’s artists through paid, project-oriented internships that provide job and career training, leadership development, and essential communication and life skills.

Which departments?
job and career training, leadership development, and essential communication and life skills

Accessible?
Yes


Eligibility?
High school

Stipend?
Unpaid


When it runs?

M, W, F 4-6; additional evenings and weekends

APPLY.

When to apply?

Applications accepted every fall, spring and summer. ONLY for partner schools: Williamsburg High for Architecture & Design, Talent Unlimited, and Int’l High @ Prospect Heights.


How to apply?

contact CEKELLY@ARMORYONPARK.ORG


Contact

CEKELLY@ARMORYONPARK.ORG

CONNECT.

Website
http://www.armoryonpark.org

Social Media

Tumblr: @youthcorps; Twitter: @paayouthcorps

New York Deaf Theatre

WHERE.

About the Organization

The New York Deaf Theatre, LTD (NYDT) was established in 1979 by a group of Deaf actors and theatre artists who wanted to create opportunities for the production of a dramatic art form that was not found elsewhere in New York City: plays in American Sign Language (ASL). A not-for-profit, professional theatre organization, NYDT is the longest running company of its kind in the greater New York City area and the third oldest Deaf Theatre company in America. The company is governed by an active Board of Directors, the majority of whom are Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and hard of hearing; and large corps of volunteers who help with their energy, donations and leadership. The company is proud of its successes, and is looking forward to continuing its mission to provide quality theatre productions, performances and services to both Deaf and hearing audiences in the years to come.


Address

138 South Oxford Street, Suite 4F,

Brooklyn, NY 11217 (between Hanson Pl & Atlantic Ave)

 

WHAT.

About the Program

Over the years, hundreds of NYDT-supporters have joined us as volunteers. They are a vital part of every production. While knowing ASL is preferred, if you don't, we still encourage you to contact us and we will find the perfect place for you!

Which departments?
Ushering, Assisting our production team backstage, Working in the box office or merchandise booth, Helping to greet people, Fundraising committee, Assisting at events, Office volunteers

Accessible?
we are waiting to hear back from the organization about this

Eligibility?
College

Stipend?
Unpaid; college credit


When it runs?

ongoing

APPLY.

When to apply?
Rolling


How to apply?

Fill out application here on website 

Contact

volunteers@newyorkdeaftheatre.org

CONNECT.

Website
http://www.newyorkdeaftheatre.org/

Social Media

Facebook, Instagram, YouTube: @NYDeafTheatre; Twitter: @NYDTheatre