Williamstown Theatre Festival
Williamstown, MA 01267
The Tony Award-winning Williamstown Theatre Festival, one of the most influential not-for-profit theaters in the country, is now accepting applications for seasonal staff positions and internships for the 2020 summer season.
Ideal candidates will have a superior work ethic, ability to collaborate with both peers and experienced artists, and the ability to master and execute new skills and concepts quickly and efficiently.
Staff positions and internships are available in the following disciplines and areas:
Artistic & Producing
Cabaret & Music
Development & Special Events
Front of House
Photography & Videography
Print & Graphics
Professional Training Program
Williamstown Theatre Festival is committed to fostering an inclusive environment both onstage and off. We are actively seeking talented applicants from all ethnicities, races and backgrounds.
Williamstown Theatre Festival, in conjunction with the Kennedy Center’s Rosemary Kennedy Internship Initiative / VSA, offers scholarships for people between the ages of 18-22 with disabilities. If you qualify and would like to be considered for the Rosemary Kennedy Scholarship, please mention “Rosemary Kennedy / VSA” and include your age and disability in a one-page assessment of scholarship need.
The 2020 summer season will last from early June through late August. To view specific job descriptions and to apply, please visit http://wtfestival.org/. Please note that applications are only accepted through online submission.
About Williamstown Theatre Festival
Every summer since 1955, the Festival has brought America’s finest actors, directors, designers, and playwrights to the Berkshires to produce unique experiences for artists and audiences alike. The Festival creates bold theatre, hosts dynamic development opportunities for new plays and musicals, and offers a rich array of accompanying cultural events such as LateNight Cabarets, Comedy Shows, and One Night Concerts. WTF creates vibrant work that feeds the wider theatrical landscape. The artists and productions shaped at the Festival each summer often go on to reach diverse audiences nationally and internationally. WTF is also home to one of the nation’s top training and professional development programs for new generations of aspiring theatre artists and administrators. The Festival is a recipient of the Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre and the Massachusetts Commonwealth Award for Achievement.