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Details for the 2014/15 Season Auditions are available to view here.
There is a separate application/audition process for the Institute for Advanced Theater Training. See the Institute home page for details.
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.
Our current positions include:
Interns benefit from direct experience under the supervision of highly qualified personnel. A.R.T. internships are open to any interested person and are directed toward undergraduate and graduate students as well as young professionals. College credit is available for certain internships through the intern's sponsoring institution. Qualified applicants will be interviewed either in person or on the telephone if time and distance present a hardship. Internships are available in these categories:
Please refer to application instructions on the internship page. An application form is available in pdf format (requires the free Acrobat Reader from Adobe). Inquiries or applications submitted improperly will not be considered.
In addition to departmental internships that are looked at on a rolling basis, any specific internships will be posted below.
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.
To learn more about becoming a Volunteer for Waitress and to sign up for available shifts CLICK HERE.