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The Old Globe is currently seeking the following internship position(s):
The Artistic Department of The Old Globe seeks Literary and Casting interns for the Summer 2019 term. Internship dates are flexible but generally run from June – August, with the casting intern possibly starting as soon as April for training. Please read the description below for more information:
The Artistic Interns will choose to specialize in either casting or literary work, developing their background in professional theatre and learning about the day-to-day operations in the artistic department of a large regional theatre company. The intern should expect to be included in staff meetings, be a part of ongoing conversations about the artistic work of the theatre, attend shows at The Old Globe, and get exposure to a variety of staff members in many departments. An Artistic Intern focused in casting will also assist with auditions, maintenance of headshot and audition databases, as well as preparation and correspondence with companies for upcoming shows. An Artistic Intern focused in literary development, on the other hand, will assist with maintenance of The Old Globe Script Database, reading and evaluating scripts, as well as assisting on new play development workshops. This is an unpaid part-time internship, available for college credit on a semester-to-semester basis.
Candidates from all fields of study are encouraged to apply!
All interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume with three references to ArtisticInterns@theoldglobe.org by Wednesday, April 17th, 2019. All candidates will be notified of their application status by Friday, May 3rd, 2019.
No calls please.
We are currently accepting stage management internship applications for the 2018-2019 season:
Applications for the fall show are due as soon as possible. Applications for Globe For All and Grinch are due by June 1, 2019.
Applicants should have a strong interest in professional stage management. Interns will work alongside AEA stage managers throughout all aspects of the rehearsal process. Interns will be involved in daily rehearsals, technical rehearsals, production meetings, and understudy rehearsals. There will be opportunities to observe the calling of shows, backstage operations, etc. The Old Globe is one of the country’s finest regional theatres, attracting nationally known actors, directors and designers. The stage management internship is a full-time commitment, 6 days a week. A typical internship lasts 8 weeks, though the length of internship could be adapted to fit school schedules. Candidates should be at least 18 years old at the start of the internship.
It is the responsibility of the intern to coordinate class credit with the intern’s school. The Old Globe will be happy to cooperate with your institution to complete any necessary paperwork.
At this time, stage management internships at The Old Globe are not paid positions. Interns will be considered company members, however, and will receive other perks such as complimentary tickets and free entrance to Balboa Park attractions.
Please email a cover letter detailing your specific interests and qualifications, a resume and two letters of recommendation and your availability to:
Production Stage Manager