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Stage & Production Management Fellow

CATEGORY: Internship

Kitchen Theatre Company

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Kitchen Theatre Company’s (KTC) seeks applicants for its Resident Fellowship Program position of Stage & Production Management Fellow. This program is committed to training future generations of theater professionals. At the Kitchen, the fellows play a vital role in the production and administration process and are mentored by members of the staff. KTC fellows have gone on to MFA programs and to professional theater careers throughout the United States. KTC is looking for a six-month fellow from January 4, 2022 - June 26, 2022. A weekly stipend of $300 and housing is provided.

The Stage & Production Management Fellow works directly with the Production Stage Manager as assistant stage manager for all Mainstage Productions. Involvement includes the full production process from pre-production through strike, as well as costume and prop organization and maintenance as needed. This position also works alongside the Producing Artistic Director, who serves as Production manager, to facilitate various aspects of production including light hangs, budgeting, calendar work, rentals, and more. There is also opportunity to stage manage supplemental programming events and shows. Strong organizational skills, excellent communication skills, as well as experience in props and/or costumes required. Earn Equity Membership Candidacy (EMC) points.

Interested candidates should submit applications ( by Wednesday, December 15, 2021. The application link can also be found online at

As “Central New York’s Off-Broadway Theater,” the Kitchen has a reputation for excellence in production quality as well as audience experience. The Kitchen is an Equity theater operating under the Small Professional Theater contract. Located in downtown’s west end, our LEED-certified green home includes an intimate 99-seat thrust stage space. KTC is an artistic home and safe haven for its artists. Local professionals and New York City-based theater artists join Kitchen Theatre Company each season. The Ithaca community offers small town comfort and big city cultural activities.


$300 per week





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