Studio Theatre’s apprenticeships provide on-the-job training for early-career artists and administrators at one of the country’s most exciting and well-respected midsized theatres. This 50-week program introduces motivated young professionals to the rigors and rewards of working at a fast-paced theatre in Washington DC’s rich and extensive theatre community.
Studio Theatre gives apprentices real responsibilities, putting them to work alongside an accomplished company of artists, administrators, and designers. In addition to working in their designated department, apprentices learn about other departments and areas of the theatre through educational seminars.
In the heart of Washington DC’s Logan Circle neighborhood, Studio Theatre, under the artistic direction of David Muse, provides audiences with intimate performances of the best contemporary theatre. Studio’s apprenticeships offer rigorous, hands-on learning, designed to help transition apprentices from an academic environment into the professional theatre world.
Studio Theatre offers apprenticeships in the following areas:
Artistic, Business, Carpentry, Company Management and Production, Development, Education, Electrics, Facilities and Events Management, Management, Marketing and Communications, Marketing and Multimedia, Sound and Projections, Stage Management
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1501 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
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In the years of Studio Theatre’s Apprentice Program, alumni have already established careers in various professional theatre, nonprofit, and academic organizations around the country, including Studio Theatre.