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The Old Globe is currently seeking the following internship position(s):

Artistic Internship

Stage Management Internship


Artistic Internship

The Old Globe seeks college students interested in applying for an internship in our Artistic department this fall, focused in our Literary department. This is an unpaid part-time internship, available for college credit on a semester-to-semester basis.
Interns should have a strong background in theatre and a commitment to learning about the day-to-day operations of the artistic department of a large regional theatre company. Daily tasks to include: script reading and correspondence, season selection research, assistance with auditions and casting, maintenance of script and headshot databases, reading and circulating industry news, and additional activities as assigned.
The intern should expect to be included in weekly 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.
Please submit a cover letter that details your interest in and qualifications for the position, a resume or list of relevant experience, and a list of references to ArtisticInterns@TheOldGlobe.org. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.


Stage Management Internship

We are currently accepting stage management internship applications for the 2018-2019 season:  

  • There is one internship available on Looking for Christmas from 10/5/18 until 11/20/18
  • There is one internship available on Familiar from 12/26/18 until 1/13/19
  • There are two internships available on Life After from 2/4/19 until 3/29/19
  • There is one internship available on Ken Ludwig's The Gods of Comedy from 4/23/19 until 5/16/19

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.

Academic Credit
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.

To Apply
Please email a cover letter detailing your specific interests and qualifications, a resume and two letters of recommendation and your availability to:

Leila Knox
Production Stage Manager