New York Theatre Worskshop, New York, NY

New York Theatre Workshop offers Fall, Spring, and Summer internships in its Artistic, Management and Production departments. Internships typically last three to four months, during which interns are assigned to a specific department and staff supervisor. Please scroll down to the bottom of the page for internship descriptions.
NYTW is committed to providing interns with structured and substantive experiential learning. Interns meet regularly with their departmental supervisors to receive feedback on previous work and guidance on current projects, and to discuss career interests and options. Occasionally, interns are also asked to fulfill duties or projects for other departments. This gives interns a taste of multiple aspects of NYTW and its operations, and we encourage interns with varied interests to explore them.
 
The entire company of NYTW interns gathers
every other week to discuss their work, share ideas, and speak with an invited guest from the NYTW
staff or theatre community over lunch. Interns have met with professionals such as Elizabeth Marvel, Leigh Silverman, Michael Greif, Betty Shamieh, Deborah Margolin, Alex Timbers, David Lander,
and Morgan Jenness.

NYTW interns recieve a monthly MetroCard, plus
academic credit if applicable. Interns are required to
work for a minimum of three full days per week,
10am-6pm, with occasional extra hours for assisting
with productions and events.
 
For more information go to http://www.nytw.org/intern_opportunities.asp

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