Internships

Overview

The Muny is the nation’s oldest and largest outdoor musical theatre, celebrating its 99th summer season in Saint Louis’ acclaimed Forest Park. We create seven full scale musical theatre productions in 10 weeks. These internships are what you make of them. The more participation and initiative you bring, the more you will be asked to do. The environment is intense, the stakes are high, and the rewards are endless. Interns will have the unique opportunity to work closely with union professionals including IATSE, USA, SDC, AFM and Actor’s Equity. Our internship program is geared toward college and graduate students pursuing a professional theatre career.

  • Internships are for the entire Muny summer season. Applicants must be available from May 29 – August 5, 2018.
  • Interns will need to bring their own laptops and be fluent in Microsoft Word, Excel and programs specific to your area of interest.
  • Internships are paid positions at minimum wage; housing is not provided.
  • Applications will be accepted Dec. 1 , 2017 – Jan. 15, 2018
  • APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 15, 2018. Late applications will not be considered.
  • You will be contacted by February 17 if you have been selected for an interview.

Available Internship Positions


Position Descriptions

Arts Management
  • Assist the Producer, Casting Director, Company Manager, and Stage Management team in a wide variety of tasks.
  • Applicant should have strong initiative, and be able to work independently or with a team.
  • Must be Mac and PC proficient, have impeccable organizational skills, superb people skills and an affinity to be as helpful as possible.
  • Discretion is mandatory.

Application


Carpentry
  • Assist the IATSE crew as they build 7 full scale productions in 10 weeks.
  • Report directly to the Head Carpenter.
  • Strong background in hand tools is a must.
  • Must be able to safely maneuver in a shop while staying alert and focused.
  • Must have initiative, drive, good instincts and know when to ask a question.

 

Application


Costume Design
  • Assist USA Designers as they fit, and track 7 shows in 10 weeks.
  • Report directly to the IATSE Costume Shop Manager.
  • Manage costume plot and run sheets complete with fitting photos.
  • Communicate quickly and effectively with the shop, designers, and dressers.

 

Application


Electrician
  • Assist the IATSE crew as they light 7 full scale productions in 10 weeks.
  • Report directly to the Master Electrician.
  • Strong knowledge of all standard lighting equipment is a plus.
  • Must be able to safely maneuver in a shop while staying alert and focused.

 

Application


Materials Coordinator
  • Collaborate with Costumes, Scenery, Props, Electrics, Sound and Design by procuring local wares and services for all seven productions.
  • Position reports directly to the Production Manager.
  • Excellent people skills are a MUST.  Act as the liaison between the Muny and our local vendors.
  • Should be impeccably organized and keep excellent records.
  • Reliable vehicle and valid US drivers license required.  All mileage is reimbursed.

Application


Music Direction
  • Work directly with our musical directors on all seven shows.
  • Make changes in orchestra parts, organize music and take notes at rehearsals.
  • Must be able to read music.
  • Must have initiative, drive, good instincts and know when to ask a question.

Application


Scenic Design
  • Collaborate daily with three USA Scenic Designers and their assistants.
  • Frequently participate in set dressing and props design.
  • Excellent computer skills including Adobe Photoshop and either AutoCAD or Vectorworks is strongly recommended.
  • The Design Studio is a creative environment of artists who share common objectives; everyone collaborates in a close environment for an intense 10 weeks.

Application


Stage Management Assistant
  • Assist 3 AEA stage managements teams in daily set up, clean up, and other duties as assigned.
  • Report directly to the Stage Management Department Head.
  • Work as a team with two other SM Assistants to provide support for all aspects of rehearsal and performances.
  • A strong background in Stage Management, a love for outdoor rehearsals, run sheets and Excel is a must.

Application


Wig and Make-Up Design
  • Assist the Make-Up Designer, Assistant Designer, Department Head and IATSE Crew with paperwork, organization, preparation and
  • Produce fitting photos and up to the minute accuracy for the wig tracks.
  • Excellent computer skills and a positive personality are a must.

Application


For additional information regarding The Muny Internship Program, please contact The Muny at (314) 361-1900 or munyinfo@muny.org.