2021 Season: June through August
Work With Us
We are currently seeking Arts Administration Interns.
Arts administrative interns concentrate on two areas: box office management, and house management.
The arts administration intern/Box Office Manager maximizes revenue from the sale of tickets and ensures the highest standard of customer care in both the daytime box office and the theatre venue.
The arts administration intern/House Manager is responsible for ensuring the audience has a safe, relaxed and pleasant experience in the venue. This individual is the audience host, and coordinates with the box office manager, stage manager, and ushers.
Arts administrative Interns will have other duties based on individual interests and talents including, but not limited to: production needs, merchandise ordering, distribution of marketing materials, preparing the space before rehearsals begin, public relations (press releases, social media posts, newspaper columns), data entry, and event planning.
Dates: May 20 – August 25 or June 2 to August 25
Schedule: Wednesday through Monday. Daytime during the rehearsal period. Afternoons and evenings after shows open.
Day off: Tuesday
Weekly stipend: of $175 to $200, depending on housing needs
Door Shakespeare believes in providing a well-rounded experience for our interns in their chosen field with additional opportunities to explore other areas of the theatre. We are dedicated to providing a supportive learning environment supplemented with high levels of responsibility and flexible learning opportunities guided by individual talents and interests.
If you are interested in Door Shakespeare’s intern program, please call 920.854.7111 or send your resume, accompanied by an email highlighting your specific interests to: email@example.com. Resumes will be accepted until the positions are filled.
The Door Shakespeare 2020 season is fully cast at this time. However, we are always happy to learn about your work. Please send your head shot and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.