Interns – Literally Alive Children’s Theatre

WHO: Literally Alive Children's Theatre

SEEKING: Interns for its 2010-2011 Season:

Production/Front of House Interns – Assist the production team with tasks such as: pre-show set – up, dressing, strike of the set for every performance, provide backstage help with costume and scene changes, the upkeep of props and storage of the props, ushering the patrons to their seats, folding/counting programs, selling concessions, monitoring auditions and callbacks, assisting the workshop manager with the arts and crafts.

Marketing Interns – Assist our marketing team with office duties such as: answering phones, online research, managing group ticket sales, faxing, sending promotional show materials to nearby theatres and arts-friendly establishments, learning (our ticket vendor), planning special events, advertisement sales, and soliciting industry reviews.

Grant-writing Interns – Assist our marketing team with tasks such as: artistic grants research, submitting letters of interest, company history research, non-for-profit organization research, etc.

HOW TO APPLY: **Interested applicants must be able to start immediately, to commit to at least 10 hours per week, be punctual, and have an interest in theatre or the arts. School credit can be earned, otherwise this is an unpaid internship. When applying, please specify which intern position you are most interested in and any experience related to it.  Please send all resumes and inquiries to

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