Starlight Tjeatre now accepting summer internship applications
Starlight Theatre is now accepting summer internship applications for college students interested in theatre and non-theatre related careers. Interning at Starlight Theatre affords students the unique opportunity to work closely with professionals and contribute to the success of Starlight's education programs, concert series and Broadway season.
Through the Bob Rohlf Internship Program, 15 paid positions are available in multiple areas: Accounting, Education, Development, Horticulture, Information Systems, Marketing (Concert and Broadway musicals), Group Sales, Operations, Props and Scenic Art, Technical Theatre, Production Management and Stage Management. The length of the internships varies by position but ranges from five to 15 weeks. All positions require some evening and weekend commitments.
Applications and job descriptions are listed at www.kcstarlight.com. The deadline for application is March 3.
Starlight Theatre, the oldest and largest performing arts organization in Kansas City, presents and produces Broadway musicals and concerts, offers extensive community outreach and educational programming including classes, scholarships and Starlight’s Blue Star Awards, one of the largest high school musical theatre award programs in the country.
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