JOIN THE STL SHAKES TEAM!
We post all full and part-time opportunities on our website, social media outlets and various online outlets, such as The Rome Group and TCG’s ArtSearch. We respond to every job application.
Currently, we do not have any full or part-time opportunities.
Internships in Arts Administration, Development & Events, Education & Community Programming, Marketing & Communications, and Festival Operations are available. The commitment is 10-14 weeks, 8-15 hours per week. Because the Festival season is project-based, the time frame of the internship may follow the needs of a particular project, rather than a traditional semester model. Start and end dates are flexible. Internships are unpaid, but we encourage applicants to seek college credit.
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Each season, we select a small group of Apprentices to work closely with Festival staff during our Mainstage season in Shakespeare Glen, Forest Park. Apprentices work with front-of-house staff and hundreds of volunteers to create and maintain a welcoming, comfortable, and safe theatre experience for our patrons. The commitment runs approximately 4.5 weeks). Apprentices meet with key Festival creative and production staff to learn about their roles within the organization; team projects and presentations round out the experience. This is a highly competitive opportunity geared toward undergraduates interested in a well-rounded educational experience focused on the day-to-day operations of a Festival-model theater company. Applications will also be accepted from recent graduates.
2020 House Management Apprenticeships
Hours: 5:30 – 11:30 p.m. during the mainstage production of Much Ado About Nothing in Forest Park. Minimum of 4 days a week.
- Site Maintenance
- Crowd Management
- Customer Service
- Backstage Tours
- Volunteer Coordination
- Enforce Shakespeare in the Park policies
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