Production internships are available in many departments, including stage operations, costumes, electrics, hair and makeup, projected titles and more.
Early response is strongly encouraged. Some positions are filled as early as January. Applications will be considered until all positions are filled.
Audio/Video Engineering 2 positions. May 18 – Aug 26. Assist with installation, use and maintenance of in-house audio & video monitoring/playback systems, a large wired and wireless intercom system and a computer-controlled projection system for projected titles. Requires experience with sound, video, intercom and computer systems.
Carpentry/Rigging 2 positions. May 4 – July 25. Assist carpentry and rigging staff with construction and modifications to scenery; installation of rigging systems for scenery and lighting equipment; load-ins and some changeovers. No run crew. Requires the ability to read drawings, good stage carpentry skills and basic knowledge of single purchase counterweight systems. MIG welding experience required.
Costume Crafts 2 position. May 18 – July 19. Assist with craft work including dyeing, distressing, millinery and footwear of costumes for four productions. Requires theatrical sewing skills and skill in one or more crafts areas. Portfolio required.
Costume Stitcher 4 positions. Mid May – mid July. Assist with construction and/or alteration of costumes for four productions. Requires theatrical sewing skills and academic shop experience. Portfolio required.
Electrics 6 positions. May 25 – August 29. Assist with installing, circuiting and focusing 500+ unit plot; perform daily changeovers; run productions; and strike. Requires thorough experience with stage electrics. This is a large crew and a team-oriented attitude is essential.
Events 2 positions. June 16 – August 26. Assist with all aspects events management including venue design, setup, and operation. The position includes significant involvement with the production of events hosted in various venues.
Hair & Makeup 2 positions. June 1 – Aug 23. Assist with daily maintenance of wigs; pre-performance application of makeup, wigs and hairstyling for singers; and backstage quick changes. Ventilating experience necessary, and a congenial and artist-oriented personality is essential.
Properties 1 position. May 11 – July 25. Assist with construction and procurement of props for four mainstage productions and other events. Basic woodworking skills are required as well, as skills in one or more of the following areas: sewing, sculpting, painting or metal working. No run crew.
Scenic Painting 1 position. May 11 – July 25. Assist with scenery, prop painting and touch-ups. A strong foundation in drawing, layout, mixing and scenic craft skills is required. No run crew. Portfolio required.
Technical Direction 1 position. May 4 – August 29. Assist Technical Director with supervision of technical rehearsals, scenery load-in and changeovers. Create installation drawings and update ground plans. Assist in carpentry shop as needed. Good problem solving skills and basic AutoCAD skills required.
Wardrobe 6 positions. June 8 – August 29. Assist in maintaining large repertory costume inventory, dressing principals and chorus, and backstage quick changes. Interns also are given the opportunity to work in costume shop and/or crafts shop for the first weeks of the contract period and need basic theatrical sewing skills. A congenial and artist-oriented personality is essential.
Updated February 11, 2015
Read the blog Intern Insights, where 2013 carpentry/rigging intern Emmet writes about his Glimmerglass internship experience.
March 2, 2015
Early response is encouraged. Some positions are filled as early as January. Applications will be considered until all positions are filled.