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American Repertory Theater, Cambridge, MA

The  American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.), a fully professional resident theater company that makes its home at Harvard University's Loeb Drama Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, offers a comprehensive internship program in management and production. Under the artistic direction of Diane Paulus, the A.R.T. is a permanent ensemble of actors, directors, designers, playwrights, technicians, and administrators. One of the few resident theater companies in the country performing in rotating repertory, the A.R.T. produces a variety of works throughout the year, including performances at the Loeb Drama Center and Zero Arrow Theater, and a number of special events. The A.R.T. also engages in national and international touring and has established its own professional theater training program in association with the Moscow Art Theater School, the A.R.T./MXAT Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University. Members of the professional company and staff teach courses on the practice of theater at Harvard College, its Summer School, and its Extension School.

The A.R.T. is dedicated to the development of three distinct categories of work in its repertory: classic texts, which through new interpretation speak to contemporary audiences; neglected works of the past, frequently involving music, which are of particular interest to present-day audiences; and new works, primarily American, which reach beyond traditional theatrical conventions. Among the directors who have worked with the A.R.T. are such internationally celebrated artists as JoAnne Akalitis, Andrei Belgrader, Anne Bogart, Lee Breuer, Liviu Ciulei, Ron Daniels, Michael Engler, Dario Fo and Franca Rame, Richard Foreman, Michael Kahn, Jonathan Miller, Peter Sellars, Andrei Serban, Susan Sontag, Slobodan Unkovski, Andrzej Wajda, Robert Wilson, and Robert Woodruff. Interns will benefit from direct experience under the supervision of highly qualified personnel. A.R.T. internships are open to any interested person and are directed toward undergraduate and graduate students as well as young professionals.

College credit is available for certain internships through the intern's sponsoring institution. Qualified applicants will be interviewed either in person or on the telephone if time and distance present a hardship.

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