The Intiman Emerging Artist Program (IEAP) is back for 2020!

APPLY HERE Applications are due by March 1st, 2020. Who:  Diverse pre-professionals who are ready to bridge into professional theatre.  And, we do mean diverse in every way to include race, ethnic heritage, gender identification, sexual orientation, (dis)ability status, socioeconomic status, political affiliation…  In fact, the more diverse our cohort, the better the workshop collaboration and culminating showcase production will be. Emerging Artists will train together as a cohort, but can select to focus on directing, production management, stage management, technical direction, or acting. What:  A 5-week full-time residential training program which includes workshops, networking events, devising, and rehearsals for a touring production of Sojourn Theatre’s THE RACE 2020 directed by Marc...

Apprenticeships – Asolo Repertory Theatre

Apprenticeships Apprenticeships are full-time experiences that include a stipend and housing. Applicants should have an undergraduate degree or equivalent as well as at least one past internship in the field for which they are applying or similar applicable experiences. At the completion of the program, apprentices typically leave Asolo Rep ready for at least an entry-level job. Dates vary per position but most are September through May. Apprentices must be able to provide their own reliable transportation and possess a valid drivers’ license with a clean driving record.​ Available Apprenticeships – Apply Here! KNOXVILLE STAGE MANAGEMENT APPRENTICE STAGE MANAGEMENT APPRENTICES DRAMATURGY & CASTING APPRENTICE COMPANY MANAGEMENT APPRENTICE

SAVE THE DATE! 2019-2020 Season Auditions & Conventions – (updated 01.23.20)

2019 Events October NETC Registration Opens: October 2019 December USITT – Registration Open 2020 Events January BroadwayCon 2020: January 24-26, 2020 URTA – Chicago (Graduate & Satellite Auditions): January 25-28, 2020 KCACTF Region 1: January 28 – February 1, 2020 URTA – Los Angeles (Graduate & Satellite Auditions: January 31-February 1, 2020 February NETC Registration DEADLINE: February 1, 2020 2019 UPTA Convention: February 7-10, 2020 KCACTF Region 8: February 11-15, 2020 SETC Spring Audition Convention: February 26-29, 2020 March NETC Auditions: March 7-9, 2020 Strawhat Auditions: March 14-16, 2020 World Theatre Day: March 27, 2020 April USITT Conference: April 1-4,2020 Vector Works Design Summit: April 22-24, 2020

Apply for 2020 Santa Fe Opera Production & Apprentice Positions! Deadline to apply: March 2nd

Calling all Theater Technicians. Consider joining the Santa Fe Opera for a 2020 production experience that will change your future and your life. SFO is currently accepting applications for both seasonal Production Staff and its Apprentice Program for Theater Technicians. The application deadline is March 2, 2020, and early applications are encouraged. In this video from Santa Fe Opera you can learn more about their highly-acclaimed apprentice program for Theater Technicians: Established in 1965, the SFO Apprentice Program for Theater Technicians is an intermediate to advanced training program offering instruction and practical experience in stage operations, properties, audio & video, costumes, production/music services, makeup and wig construction, stage lighting, and scenic art. The...

Stage Management Fellowship – American Shakespeare Center

The American Shakespeare Center is seeking Stage Management Fellows for the summer and fall seasons. From May through November we rehearse and run four shows in repertory. The first two shows rehearse in repertory for eight weeks, through previews. After the first two shows open in July, we rehearse our third show for six weeks. We rehearse our final show for six weeks and open in October. All four shows perform in repertory until the end of November. Our beautiful theatre is the world’s only recreation of Shakespeare’s indoor theatre and uses original staging conditions, relying on costumes and props to tell the technical elements of the stories. Start/end dates vary by show/availability but generally start as early as April 27 and can go until November 29. Compensation includes a weekly ...

USITT 2020 – Register Now!

Welcome to Houston Join us in Houston for our Annual Conference & Stage Expo now in its 60th year. USITT 2020 will bring four days of education and networking to the George R. Brown Convention Center for technical theatre and live entertainment professionals and students. More than 250 educational sessions, hands-on demos, and learning opportunities will be available throughout the week. 350 exhibitors covering 52,000 square feet of Expo floor space will be ready to debut their newest products and answer any questions you may have. The Annual Conference & Stage Expo wouldn’t be what it is today without the loyalty and enthusiasm of our attendees and exhibitors. We can’t wait to see what the next 60 years brings. Registration Rates Our low registration rates are listed below. ...

American Theatre Wing: Career Guides

Check out American Theatre Wing’s series on Careers in the Theatre. These one-on-one interviews delve deep into the different areas of the theatre and discuss what it takes to make a career out of your given discipline. These were created in partnership with the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. VIEW GUIDES via

Sesame Street Writer’s Room Fellowship – Apply today!

Sesame Workshop Writers’ Room is a writing fellowship from the creators of Sesame Street. And we’re looking for YOU! Fresh new writing talent from underrepresented racial backgrounds. Emerging storytellers who are selected to join the Writers’ Room will receive hands-on writing experience guided by Sesame Street veterans and other media industry leaders. Each participant will develop and write a pilot script for their own original kids concept. Past fellows have gone on to develop their own original content with Sesame Workshop, as well as write for Sesame Street and various programs at Nickelodeon, Disney, DreamWorks, and more! Learn about the 2019 fellows and speakers HERE. Applications for the 2020 Fellowship Program are NOW OPEN! Application must be submitted by January 10, 2020 5PM ES...

2020 Ohio Theatre Alliance – Design/Tech Interview Registration Now Open

All Technical Interviews will take place on Saturday, January 11, 2020. Technicians will sign up Saturday morning for interview slots with producers. Producers will determine the length of each interview. REGISTER HERE WHAT TO BRING A portfolio of your work Extra copies of your resume. Some producers who are looking to hire technicians will collect resumes for phone interviews at a later date. VIDEO PORTFOLIO While at the event, technical applicants are invited to video-record a 10-minute portfolio presentation which will be made available to registered producers who are unable to conduct interviews on Saturday. Portfolio presentations will be video recorded by OTA staffers, and will be guided by a professional technical director. Technicians should prepare to: orally review their portfoli...

SFAC Summer 2020 Internships – Apply to spend your summer in Alaska!

Spend your summer in beautiful Sitka, Alaska! The Sitka Fine Arts Camp, a leader in interdisciplinary arts education, is searching for an Assistant Technical Director, Technical Intern, and Stage Management Intern for our 2020 summer season! Room, board, travel, and a stipend are available depending on the position. For more information, visit!  

StrawHat Registration Now Open: Design, Tech, Musician, Administrators, and more!

Calling all Technical Theatre Artists & Administrators! Companies are in search of every skill set from AEA stage managers to running crew, from Technical Directors to spot operators, and everything in between – pit musicians, too. So make a great summer happen – register today! Post your profile and resume online free of charge and be front-and-center for employment opportunities in summer stock theaters, regional theaters, and special production companies. You’ll have access to what the theaters are doing this season, what positions are open and who to contact… if they don’t contact you first. Create a profile page and post your resume to be part of our talent database Directors, Music Directors, Musicians, Choreographers and Stage Managers (Union and non-union) are welco...

How to Design Your School Production on a Budget

What’s the #1 most important thing when it comes to designing a show? Reading the script. Doing so will inform you exactly what you need for your design, and theoretically, budget size shouldn’t matter. However, when it comes to budget-tight productions, knowing exactly what you need will help you achieve your design in the most frugal way. In this article from, Broadway designers offer suggestions based on discipline, best practices, and their picks for inexpensive products. VIEW ARTICLE via

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