There is a separate application/audition process for the Institute for Advanced Theater Training. See the Institute home page for details.
Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women is holding an nationwide open casting call seeking transgender actors for the production running at the A.R.T. Mainstage from January 19 - February 5, 2017. For more information and application details, please click here.
Staff positions, when available, are posted via the Harvard University web site at http://www.employment.harvard.edu/. On that page, select "American Repertory Theater (Loeb)" from the list of "Institutions."
Only applications submitted through Harvard University's online application site will be considered. Please do not send employment inquiries or applications via email or mail.
The American Repertory Theater offers a variety of internship opportunities across departments at the theater.
Internships are directed toward undergraduate and graduate age individuals. College credit is available for certain internships through the intern’s sponsoring institution.
Dates are flexible based on the applicant's academic commitments, but typically internships run for one semester according to the following schedule:
- Fall (September - December)
- Spring (January - April)
- Summer (May - August)
Please note that the A.R.T. does not offer acting, directing, voice or movement internships. Foreign nationals are eligible, but you must provide your own visas. Neither the A.R.T. nor Harvard can act as a visa sponsor. All A.R.T. internships are unpaid.
Questions may be directed to email@example.com.
At this time, there are no additional internships available for Summer 2016. Should positions become available, you may signup here to be notified of openings.
We are currently accepting applications for Fall 2016. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to apply. To apply, please include a resumé, cover letter, and department of intent with your email correspondence.
Previously, internships have been offered in the following departments based on the season calendar: Stage Management, Lighting, Sound, Paint, Scenery, Costumes, Properties, Artistic Management, Education, Marketing and Public Relations, and Development.
Thank you for your interest in the American Repertory Theater.
The American Repertory Theater welcomes you to be a part of an exciting theater community! Volunteer Ushers get a glimpse behind the scenes and work closely with the Front of House operations. Under the supervision of the House Manager and working with the Front of House Staff, volunteers are assigned duties that might include distributing programs, providing information about the show, scanning patrons’ tickets at the door, light clean up after the performance, and completing other tasks during and after the show. Volunteers must wear white tops and black slacks or skirts; no jeans, t-shirts or sneakers. Arrival time is normally 90 minutes before the performance but this may vary depending on the production.
We look forward to seeing you at the American Repertory Theater.