Internships: New York Stage and Film’s POWERHOUSE SEASON

By January 14, 2018Internships

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

New York Stage and Film is a non-profit company dedicated to both emerging and established artists in the development and production of theater and film.  Since 1985, we’ve been a vital incubator for artists and their work, a catalyst for stories that start with us and continue across the country and around the world.

Dozens of notable works trace their developmental roots to NYSAF, including the 2016 Tony Award winners for Best Musical (Hamilton) and Best Play (The Humans), as well as the Tony Award-winning plays Side Man and Doubt, the Broadway musicals American Idiot and Bright Star, the recently acclaimed The Babylon Line, and the 2017 Pulitzer finalists The Wolves and Taylor Mac’s A 24-Decade History of Popular Music.

 

New York Stage and Film summer interns serve in production and administrative capacities during the Powerhouse Season on the Vassar College campus in Poughkeepsie, NY.   They receive hands-on practical training in their specific departments, master classes with senior staff and visiting artists, and other educational and career-development support.   Several interns each year continue on to work in the field thanks to relationships they built during their time with New York Stage and Film, and others return as members of NYSAF’s seasonal staff. During the Powerhouse Season, NYSAF presents mainstage productions with full technical support, as well as workshops and readings of works in progress, all of which are open to the public. Interns will be provided with transportation at the beginning and end of the season, housing, and a small stipend.

Available Internships – 

Arts Administration (Development, GM, Producing)

Carpentry

Company Management

Costumes

Lighting

Marketing

Music

Paint

Production Management

Properties

Sound

Stage Management

For more information visit: https://www.newyorkstageandfilm.org/powerhouse-internship

 

Morgan Sterrett was the 2017 marketing intern. If you have any questions, feel free to email her at mlsterrett@ksu.edu