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The Foundry Theatre
The Foundry Theatre is seeking two administrative interns to join us this spring. We are a theatre-making company with a unique team of producers drawn from the arts and social justice organizing sectors.
In the Spring we will be premiering our new work, created with poet-playwright Marcus Gardley, hosting our annual Dialogues (headlined this year by renowned historian and author Robin DG Kelley), and bringing Audience Ambassadors (groups from communities organizing for social justice throughout New York City) to attend our work and theatre throughout the city and engage with the generative artists on questions of artistry and transformation.
Skills desired include proficiency in Microsoft office, rigorous attention to detail and superior written and verbal communication skills. Experience with basic video editing and some graphic design skills are a plus.
Ideal for those interested in gaining a comprehensive understanding of how a creative theatre production company functions. Interns are given significant responsibility. Administrative Interns will work directly with all Foundry staff, including the Founding Artistic Producer and Community Programs Producer. A desire to learn the unexpected, the ability to thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, and a sense of humor are a must.
How TO APPLY:
Interested internship applicants should send an email with their resume to Kate Attwell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Established in 1994, The Foundry Theatre aspires to assemble a community of artists with revolutionary ideas for the theatre and the world in which it is situated. We commission, develop, premiere, and tour theatrical works that explore the (im)possibilities of theatre and believe our body of work constitutes a passionate argument for its limitless potential. Foundry productions have been critically recognized and honored with 11 Obie Awards and 4 Drama Desk nominations for "Unique Theatrical Experience." Now in our eighteenth year, The Foundry Theatre is an ongoing performance of ideas, created by rigorous theatrical works, public dialogues and community programs that invites as many people as possible to consider what it means to be citizens of a world that we ourselves create.