Internships are available to train and support the development of students and young professionals interested in arts administration, arts education, theatre production and marketing. Internships are tailored to the skills and interests of each individual and support the studio and theatre’s day-to-day operation.


An internship with the T. Schreiber Theatre is a great opportunity for those interested in learning more about the production aspects of running a theatre company that supports a full mainstage season. Interns have the opportunity to learn what kind of data a Producing Director is responsible for managing, reporting and maintaining. In addition, interns will develop their skills in marketing for a non-profit, as well as social media marketing.


An internship with the T. Schreiber Studio provides an excellent chance for aspiring arts administrators to gain a comprehensive understanding of the day to day, quarterly and annual operation of a theatre school. Opportunities for learning include organizational management and development, grant research & writing, marketing and new program development.

Internships are offered on a rolling basis and are flexible- typically 15-20 hours per week. Internships at T Schreiber Studio are unpaid, but college credit can be arranged. To be considered for an internship, please send your resume and a brief statement introducing yourself and explaining why you’d like to work at T Schreiber Studio to