Studio Theatre offers internships to qualified college students, graduates, and young professionals, providing dynamic, first-hand training on the inner workings of a regional theatre.
As a non-profit arts organization, Studio offers a variety of internships in both artistic and administrative areas including: audience services, casting, company management, education administration, literary, marketing and communications, non-proft fundraising, stage management, and more.
Studio Theatre’s internship program is a part-time commitment, offering educational seminars, outside activities, and the opportunity for interns to immerse themselves in a variety of roles during Studio’s season.
Studio Theatre's internship program is a part-time commitment.
All Studio Theatre internships are unpaid.
Read more about currently available intern positions and descriptions.
A monthly SmarTrip card
Complimentary tickets to Studio Theatre productions
Professional development opportunities, including invitations to first rehearsals and dress rehearsals and engaging seminars with theatre professionals
Half-price tuition for classes and workshops at the Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory
The Spring program is posted around end of December. The Summer program is posted on our website around end of January. The Fall program is posted around end of July.
Applicants are usually selected based on a telephone interview followed by an interview with the department to which the intern is applying.
The deadline for Fall applications is late June. The deadline for Spring applications is early December. The deadline for the Summer program is early April.
Applications received after the deadline will be viewedon an as-needed basis.
Many universities offer programs that allow students to receive credit for internships completed with organizations not affiliated with the university. Check with your university department head or advisor to see what steps you need to complete in order to receive credit. We will be happy to share information with your advisors regarding the responsibilities you are assigned during your time at Studio Theatre along with an evaluation of your work.
No, there is no housing provided for our interns. However, as Washington, DC is a destination for many summer interns in a variety of fields, many universities in the city offer summer housing designed specifically for students seeking internships. Many of our interns also stay with friends or family in the area.
Internships are unpaid.
Interns receive FREE tickets to shows at Studio Theatre. In addition, there are often opportunities to see shows at other area theatres.
Internships are usually two to four months. The Fall is usually September to December and the Spring is usually January to April. The Summer program usually starts around May and end around August.
We offer internships in all areas of our theatre including production, administration, marketing, development, events and partnerships, audience services, literary, and casting. While each intern will be assigned to a specific department for their general tasks, there are certain projects in which all interns will participate across the organization.