The residency for the 2023 conference is June 2 through June 18.
To join the team you must have excellent interpersonal, organizational, and computer skills. Supporting the work of playwrights through daily activities, you will gain insight, knowledge, and hands-on experience in all aspects of theater and new play development. Seven Devils internship program offers valuable mentorship and applied training, bridging the gap between academic education and practice.
Interns are expected to arrive three days before the start of the Conference and to remain in residence until the end of strike (about 2pm) on the Sunday following the final public presentation.
Housing plus a modest stipend is available for all internships.
WHAT WE DO:
Interns are integral to the functioning and continued success of the conference.
The Seven Devils Playwrights Conference supports the development of plays that embrace, explore and challenge the diverse geographical, philosophical, cultural, aesthetic and political landscape of the American experience. As key team members, you will be expected to take on real responsibilities and show initiative during the conference. Our interns are invited and expected to participate in production meetings and special events, which may include (depending on conference schedule) first read-throughs, table and staging rehearsals, paper-tech, design meetings, talk-backs, and fundraising events.
Benefits: Our small, collaborative team creates opportunities for unique contact with our playwrights and the entire conference company. You will have mentoring throughout your internship to help you make contacts and advance your professional development.
WHEN TO APPLY:
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply, please submit:
Send all materials to ed@sevendevils,org
Reminder: Internships are offered for the full two weeks of the conference and the three days immediately preceding the opening date.
STILL HAVE QUESTIONS?
Send an email to Ed Baker, our Production Manager. He'll help you out. firstname.lastname@example.org