Work side by side with some of the best theatre artists in Southern California
Internships at A Noise Within are intensive training opportunities where developing theatre artists can hone their skills. Past interns have held leading roles in subsequent A Noise Within productions and have gone onto work at such venues as the Ahmanson Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, The Old Globe Theatre, Berkeley Repertory, South Coast Repertory, American Conservatory Theatre and others!
A Noise Within presents critically acclaimed productions of the world’s great classics – from Shakespeare to Moliere, Lorca to Chekhov, Williams, Hellman, Miller and others. A Noise Within is one of only a handful of theatre on the entire continent which maintains a resident company performing in rotating repertory on a year-round basis. The company’s resident & guest artists, directors and designers are celebrated and accomplished professionals in their own right, representing thousands of notable credits and training from some of the nation’s most respected institutions. Whether you’re already a professional, aspiring to become one, or just exploring, training at A Noise Within will provide you with focused, personal attention from skilled, working professionals in a welcoming environment that focuses on developing the whole artist.
NOW ACCEPTING applications for the Fall 2013 Professional Acting Internship!
DEADLINE TO APPLY: July 19, 2013
Acting Internships / Level I
Learn what it takes to be part of a professional classical theatre company, performing three productions in rotating repertory! Acting Interns are challenged to apply their talents in all areas, from analyzing a classic text to running lights and sound for a production.
$550.00 for 12 weeks of Conservatory Classes. Housing is not provided. A limited number of scholarships are available.
Each acting intern is cast in a supporting role in one or more plays during the repertory season. Interns may also be given understudy assignments.
Interns are immersed in 120 + hours of training designed to develop the whole artist. Course topics include: acting Shakespeare, speech, textual analysis & scansion, a scene study course that culminates in a workshop presentation for an invited audience.
Interns gain hands-on experience in one technical department (stage management, props, costumes, sets, lights, sound) and are a part of the changeover crew that facilitates the repertory schedule.
Interns must be available for classes, rehearsals, performances and technical calls during the following hours: Monday – Friday 6-11pm and Saturdays/Sundays (Day/Evening – depending on the rep schedule and intern assignment). Additionally, interns must be available to perform a limited number of mid-week matinees as scheduled.
To request an audition appointment, please fill out the online application and mail your photo & resume to our Education Dept at 3352 E Foothill Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91107. Auditions are two contrasting monologues, one of which must be Shakespeare, not to exceed three minutes total.
Each Production Intern gains experience in his or her specific field of interest through one-on-one partnerships with the outstanding designers and creative artists working in the company. Production Internships are available in the following areas: costume design, dramaturgy, lighting design, scenic design, sound, stage management, props, stage management, and theatre administration. Production Interns are also a part of the changeover crew that facilitates the repertory schedule.
Learn the inner-workings of a professional theatre company!
Theater Management internships are available in the areas.
Marketing Interns will assist in marketing and fundraising efforts to increase A Noise Within’s visibility in the community and cultivate patron involvement and support.
Development Inters assist in creating, developing and executing a strategic fundraising plan for individual and institutional giving to A Noise Within’s annual fund and capital campaign. This internship position also assists in the identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of major donors as well as all direct marketing and event fundraising.
Education Interns will assist in the various training opportunities and programs that engage our patrons, community, students, teachers, and artists. The educational component encompasses four primary areas: 1) School and Teacher Programs, 2) Conservatory Programs, 3) Audience Enrichment, and 4) Community Outreach.