Category Archives: Internships

Internship: Two Volunteer Interns, The Rhubarb Festival

The Rhubarb Festival is also accepting applications for two volunteer intern positions. This is an opportunity to gain experience in event production, and to gain insight into the creative processes of artists while receiving invaluable mentorship in the areas of curation, producing and arts administration.

Application deadline is Wednesday, September 3 – click here for more information.

Internship: Producing Assistant – Paid Internship 4-6 months, Theatre Gargantua

About Theatre Gargantua
Theatre Gargantua is a Toronto-based company with a 22-year history of making award-winning productions that combine dynamic physicality, evocative live music, innovative designs and provocative text to tell our stories. Our productions have been presented on some of Toronto’s most prestigious stages including the Royal Alexandra Theatre, have toured the UK and headlined the Portland Performing Arts Festival. We develop work over a two-year cycle and will present the first year installment of our new piece Avaricious at Theatre Passe Muraille in November.

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Internships: Paid Summer Internships, Theatre Gargantua

Theatre Gargantua is hiring two summer interns for the roles of Publicity and Community Relations Coordinator and Producing Assistant.

Theatre Gargantua is a Toronto-based company with over 20 years history of making award winning inspired productions that combine dynamic physicality, evocative live music, innovative designs and provocative text to tell our stories. Our productions have been presented on some of Toronto’s most prestigious stages include the Royal Alexandra Theatre, toured the UK and headlined the Portland Performing Arts Festival. We are currently developing a new production for the fall, and will present our second SideStream Cycle at the Summerworks Festival in August.

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Internship: Intern Producer, Acting Up Stage Company

The Organization
Acting Up Stage Company is dedicated to producing, developing and advancing the versatile art of musical theatre in Canada. Each season we interpret contemporary work through the lens of both our country’s most accomplished and most promising artists, bring new musicals to life, and develop the artists and audiences of tomorrow.

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Internship: Artistic Interships, Theatre Gargantua

Theatre Gargantua is seeking TWO interns who are serious and committed to pursuing a career in the performing arts.  Our internship program is designed to provide an opportunity for emerging artists to expand their skills and experience through observing and participating in Theatre Gargantua’s creation cycle.  Specifically, participants will attend all rehearsal and creative meetings while simultaneously assisting in areas of production (e.g. set, lighting, costumes, stage management, and director assistance) and administration (e.g. publicity, marketing and promotion).  Through this program, interns will develop new skills that will be useful in future artistic and producing endeavours.

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Internship: Volunteer Assistant Editors, Mooney on Theatre

Are you passionate about theatre and the performing arts? Are you an online media junkie who spends hours pouring over blogs and news sites? Are you looking for experience working in digital media? Do you want to be part of a dynamic editorial team at the helm of a growing online publication? If you answered “yes” to any of the above, Mooney on Theatre is looking for you!

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Internships: Skills to Succeed Program Intern, Mixed Company Theatre

Mixed Company Theatre is looking for a ‘Skills to Succeed’ Program Intern. This opportunity is ideal for a recent graduate with a passion for theatre who wants to build a diverse skill set in arts administration through mentorship with Mixed Company Theatre. This position offers a valuable training opportunity in a not-for-profit model.

About Mixed Company Theatre
Mixed Company Theatre (MCT) produces innovative, socially relevant drama as a tool for positive change. This nationally recognized not-for-profit company uses Forum Theatre and interactive arts to educate engage and empower audiences in schools, communities and workplace.

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