Spring Internships – Davenport Theatrical

WHO: Davenport Theatrical

POSITION: Intern

DESCRIPTION: Davenport Theatrical Enterprises is looking for qualified candidates for our Internship Program. Current projects include: The Bridges of Madison County, Kinky Boots, Gettin’ the Band Back Together, Somewhere in Time and more. Our spring internships begin in January and go through mid/late May. You must be willing to commit to at least 20 hours a week (weekdays and weekends are available), however, preference is given to those candidates who can commit to full-time internships. A stipend is paid upon successful completion of the Internship Program. Please read the position descriptions below and apply here: www.davenporttheatrical.com/internships

Executive Intern
The Executive Intern serves as a second assistant to Ken Davenport. Responsibilities include answering phones, managing investor and company data, updating the At The Booth App, and maintaining the general upkeep of the office space. The Executive Intern must have strong communication skills, friendly phone demeanor, solid proofing and editing skills, and must be knowledgeable about the theater industry. Opportunities will be available to attend readings, seminars, and other office events. Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and HTML is a plus.
Positions available: One full time (Monday-Thursday).

Groups Marketing Intern
The Group Sales Marketing Intern at Davenport Theatrical Enterprises reports directly to the Director of Group Sales and the Group Sales Operations Manager. The intern’s responsibilities include (but are not limited too): generating contracts, reports, tracking and processing payments, research and outreach to new group sales clients, providing basic group sales information to inbound callers, placing orders, providing operational and administrative support and leading the social media for the department. The candidate must be a highly organized and creative person with an upbeat personality, and should possess knowledge of current Broadway and Off-Broadway shows. Applicants should be proficient with Microsoft Excel, social media platforms and Internet research. Experience with Salesforce and ticketing systems is a plus.
Positions available: One part-time or full-time.

Office Intern
Through the internship, the Office Intern will work within all departments of Davenport Theatrical and will interact with other theatrical companies in the city as well. Through hands on experience with all departments the Office Intern is exposed to numerous aspects of the industry. The Office Intern will be responsible for the delivery of checks, packages, and contracts. Applicants should be eager to learn, able to take initiative, and ready to jump in wherever needed.
Positions available: One part-time.

Intern to the Creative Director
The Intern to the Creative Director works alongside the department of Internet Marketing. He or she will produce site updates and new content for DidHeLikeIt.com, BestOfOffBroadway.com, and more. This Intern also aids in the editing and designing of new show materials and graphics. Basic knowledge of Photoshop and HTML a plus. Solid proofing and editing skills a must.
Positions available: One part-time or full-time.

To Apply: Apply here. 

George Street Playhouse- Stage Management Intern

WHO:  George Street Playhouse

POSITION: Stage Management Intern

DESCRIPTION: George St. Playhouse, active LORT C theatre, seeks intern(s) in the area of Stage Management, to help with the development of a new musical production titled, GETTING THE BAND BACK TOGETHER. Duties will include but are not limited to: Assisting the Stage Manager and Assistant Stage Manager with day to day rehearsal needs, Assisting the composer and playwright in making photocopies of musical scores and scripts, running errands, etc… We are looking for an energetic and reliable intern(s) with experience and an interest in theater, specifically Stage Management. Must be a responsible, detail oriented, have good communication skills, and work comfortably and effectively in a highly collaborative environment

Looking for availability ASAP, Tuesdays thru Sundays for the next six weeks, rehearsing in New Brunswick, NJ.

To Apply: Please send resume and references to: Chris Bailey, Production manager, George Street Playhouse, 9 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick, NJ 08901. Or fax 732-247-9151, or email seebailey@hotmail.com.

General Management Internship- Foresight Theatrical

WHO: Foresight Theatrical

POSITION: General Management Intern

DESCRIPTION: Foresight Theatrical/AWA/Cameron Mackintosh, Inc. is currently looking for a Fall/Winter Intern. Foresight general manages the Broadway and/or US tours of The Phantom of the Opera, Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark, Kinky Boots and Million Dollar Quartet, as well many upcoming productions. The management intern will be an integral part of the office management team, concentrating on the general upkeep of this fast-paced office, including filing, answering phones, paid bills verification, banking and Equity errands, and assisting the Office Manager and Associate General Managers. The specific skills and interests of the individuals will further define the scope of work. Applicants should be detailed oriented and able to handle a variety of projects simultaneously. Computer skills and proficiency in Word and Excel is required. The position is a full time (40 hours), paid internship starting ASAP.

JOB START DATE: 8/21/2013
JOB END DATE: 12/31/2013
SALARY: $290/week

 

To Apply: Please send a resume and cover letter via fax or email to Jennifer O’Connor. 212-307-5936, joconnor@fstheatrical.com

 

RNH – Marketing Internship

WHO: RNH

SEEKING: Marketing Internship

RESPONSIBILITIES: The Marketing department is the webmaster for www.rnh.com, manages Social Media strategy and implementation, Social Media Monitoring, Online PR and Online Promotions, Online Business Development, E-commerce and Marketing at Rodgers & Hammerstein.

This internship seeks students with a passion for musical theater and digital media to experience a cross-section of work in Marketing and Digital Media for an international theater licensing and music publishing company.

Intern will learn through projects that touch on corporate and show specific publicity, social media, archival research, and marketing research. Intern will work mainly with the Director of Marketing and Digital Media and Digital Media Assistant, as well as other members of the staff for specific projects. Candidate will  be included in discussions of marketing strategy and its implications and will join weekly staff meetings.

SCHEDULE: Flexible part-time hours, full-time potential.

SALARY: Unpaid, school credit required.

REQUIREMENTS: Computer and strong communication skills are a must. Knowledge of musical theater and Broadway. Pleasant and enthusiastic attitude. Candidate must be fluent in the Microsoft office suite and have understanding of social media.

PAY: There will be a $700 rehearsal stipend and a $60 per performance fee

HOW TO APPLY: If interested, please contact Director of Social Media and Marketing, Dana Siegel, at dana@rnh.com.

Please include a resume, and brief cover letter detailing interest and availability.

RNH – Digital Design Internship

This internship seeks students with a passion for musical theater and design to experience a cross-section of work in the graphic design projects of an international theater licensing and music publishing company. Intern will work as part of Marketing department, creating and assisting on design for print, social media, the company website, and new product offerings: www.rnh.com/artwork.

Intern will learn through a range of projects, such as advertisements, visual research, adaptation of show artwork for social media templates, and presentation layout. Depending on experience, video projects and training may be integrated with internship. Intern will work mainly with the Director of Marketing and Digital Media and Digital Media Assistant, as well as other members of the staff for specific projects. Candidate will be included in discussions of design strategy.

Schedule: Flexible part-time hours, full-time potential

Salary: Unpaid, school credit required.

Requirements:  Computer and strong communication skills are a must. Knowledge of musical theater and Broadway preferred. Pleasant and enthusiastic attitude. Fluency in Adobe Photoshop required. Please also indicate any experience with InDesign, Illustrator, Final Cut, and other design programs.

If interested, please contact Director of Social Media and Marketing, Dana Siegel, at dana@rnh.com.
Please include a resume, a link to work samples, and a brief cover letter detailing interest and availability.

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