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Center for Puppetry Arts
Atlanta, GA
INTERNSHIP

Expires: 07/30/18

Job Dates

12-15 weeks

Pay

Unpaid

Peter Pan

Based on the book by J.M. Barrie

Adapted by Michael Haverty



The Center for Puppetry Arts Stage Management Internship program provides practical learning experience to the individual interested in pursuing a career in professional theater. Through hands-on activities, the program seeks to instill a fundamental understanding of the workings of a professional puppetry company.

The focus of the program will be active participation in a Center production. During the rehearsal period, the Intern will observe and participate in daily rehearsal duties, and assist the Stage Manager in tracking and managing the development of the production. The Intern will also serve as understudy for the Production Stage Manager and may have the opportunity to run the show at least once during the run of the production. In addition to the participation in a Center production, the Intern will have the opportunity to participate in the following activities:

Attend programmed guest artist and adult series performances
Attend programmed workshops with guest artists
Shadow the Stage Manager for a Guest Artist show at the Center
Schedule:

The schedule will be determined by the needs of the production and mutually agreed upon by Intern and Center staff. It will closely mirror that of the Production Stage Manager. During the rehearsal period Interns will work 30-40 hours per week. All additional activities will be scheduled during the prep week, prior to, or during the run of the show at mutually agreed upon times. See below schedule for production dates and times.

*Interns on call during show run for understudy duties but not required daily



Duties and Desired Qualifications:

Interns must be focused, motivated, team-oriented, flexible, and possess strong theater skills. Prior experience with stage management required and preference is given to applicants who intend to pursue a career in the arts.

Duties may include:

-Assisting with preparation and maintenance of space for rehearsals
Operating one or more technical elements during rehearsals (audio playback, video recording, lighting, microphones)
-Communicating between rehearsal personnel and other members of Production Staff
-Assisting performers during the rehearsal process (being on book, acting as a stand-in, taking line notes, etc.)
-Script supervision
-Paperwork production
-Assisting with preparation of upcoming CPA productions
-Other miscellaneous office tasks as assigned



Desired Qualifications:

-Excellent communication skills
-Excellent time and task management skills
-A positive and professional attitude
-Should be a self-starter
-Clerical skills
-Knowledge of PC and Mac Platforms
-Knowledge of technical theater
-Knowledge of basic notation for theater (blocking, technical terms, and equipment)


Cover Letter/ Letter of Interest
Resume
Course Requirements (if applying for school credit)

PLEASE SUBMIT ALL MATERIALS TO:
Email: internship@puppet.org

In Subject Line: Name internship applying for
Example: John Smith 2016 Summer Collections Management Internship

OR MAIL TO:
Center for Puppetry Arts
ATTN: Internship Coordinator
1404 Spring St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30309

No Calls Please: if you have questions please email Jena Lynch at internship@puppet.org


Contact

Jena Lynch

Volunteer + Internships Coordinator

internship(at)puppet(dot)org

http://www.puppet.org/

(404) 873-3391

Business Address

1404 Spring Street NW

Atlanta, GA 30309

Posted: 06/30/2018 09:10:26 EST

Last Updated: 06/30/2018 13:00 EST

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