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Our Internships are all over the map!

Our Internships are all over the map!

Barbara Fiocchi | Jan 31, 2014

Every year we bid our students a fond farewell as they head out to internships all around the states, and sometimes beyond!­

Some students have several internships throughout their undergraduate or graduate career. Internships serve several important functions~ Of course they give a student a chance to work in a variety of places, geographically as well as actual workplaces.­ Internships are a great way to 'try on' a job or deepen your experience in an area of interest.­ This past fall semester a student who is on track­ as a costume technician spent some time working Cirque Du Soliel's Ka in Las Vegas.­ She was given the opportunity to work in the costume shop, wardrobe, and she even spent a few days in the props shop.­ Internships are also a stepping stone to professional work.­ If a company has a job opening the student who is working in the shop or is in the cast as an extra has the added weight of being on the spot, you are a known entity.­

Below is a list of places that our students, graduates and undergraduates, have interned over the years- our faculty understands how important internships are and the role that we play in setting up the paths that lead to good internships.

Beyond the 50 states; Northern State - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK, Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts

CALIFORNIA; Pacific Conservatory of the Performing­ Arts,

COLORADO; Shakespeare Festival, Colorado Shakespeare Company

CONNECTICUT; Eugene O’Neil Theater Center

DELAWARE; Rep PTTP,

FLORIDA; Florida Rep, Fort Myers, Florida Studio Theater, Orlando Shakespeare Theater

ILLINOIS; Victory Gardens Theater, Southern Illinois Theater Festival, O’Connor Casting

KENTUCKY; Actors Theatre of Louisville

MARYLAND; Baltimore Center Stage

MASSACHUSETTS; ­Monomoy Theater, Barrington Stage Company

MINNESOTA; The Guthrie Theater, Great River Shakespeare Festival

MISSOURI; Galore Atelier

NEVADA; Cirque du Soleil,

NEW HAMPSHIRE; Peterborough Players

NEW JERSEY; Centenary Stage Co. org, The Spoon Group

NEW MEXICO; Santa Fe Opera, Feature film out of Santa Fe

NEW YORK; Production Resource Group, Lark Play Development Center, Red Letter Entertainment, Waxman Williams, MCC Theater, New Georges, Pro Sound Services, The Vineyard Theatre

The Drilling Company, 78th Street Theater, The Ohio Theater, HERE

Hangar Theatre Ithaca

OHIO; Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati, Great Lakes Theater Festival, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park

OREGON; Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Portland Playhouse

PENNSYLVANIA; The Pittsburgh Public Theater, Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre, Philadelphia Young Playwrights, The Wilma Theater

UTAH; Utah Shakespeare Festival

VIRGINIA; Virginia Heritage Theatre Festival, The Barter Theater, Contemporary American Theater Festival

VERMONT; Dorset Theater Festival

WASHINGTON, DC; Arena Stage, The Shakespeare Theatre

WISCONSIN; Milwaukee Rep., American Players Theatre

 
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