Join the Loeb Center for an info session with current interns and staff members in Trinity Repertory Company's Post-Undergrad Theater Internship Program. Trinity Rep, an award winning resident theater company in Providence, offers recent college graduates the opportunity to receive intensive professional training in theater production and administration through its hands-on, immersive internship program. Trinity Rep interns learn alongside full-time staff and are also offered a monthly professional development and seminars. Housing is provided along with a small stipend to offset living expenses.
This is an outstanding opportunity for graduating seniors looking to evolve their passion into a strong skillset in the technical, creative or administrative aspects of theater. Internships are available in the following areas: artistic management, education, marketing, development, graphic design, costumes, sound, electrics, stage management and the Brown/Trinity MFA Program.
Applications are due April 1, 2019. So, bring your application questions with you!
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Trinity's administrative interns are the backbone of their artistic community. Make no mistake – these internships aren’t about getting coffee or making photocopies. Interns serve as an integral part of the institution and are an investment in the company. Each internship is an active part of Trinity Rep, with hands-on experience, one-on-one mentorship opportunities and numerous educational opportunities to promote growth with a variety of skills earned.
Production internships at Trinity Rep are a hands-on experience. They want interns to leave with practical working knowledge of their field of internship as well as the confidence to move ahead to a job in that field. Production interns work as part of their department alongside professionals who have been in their field for years. They believe that the best way to learn how to do something is to do it, and that’s what the internships focus on. Throughout the year, interns get a chance to interact with people from other departments, as well as out-of-town designers and artists from around the country. Trinity Rep production interns are given opportunities to make great contacts and to learn about other fields of interest. They are looking for individuals who are hungry to learn and to ask questions. The production departments have to function as a team, so they need individuals that are willing to work like that.
Join us for a series of conversations and close-looking sessions designed to help visitors gain focus and clarity through extended looking at art. We’ll provide tips and techniques to help you hone your observational acumen and deepen concentration at this series of morning programs. Tea will be served. This event is presented in collaboration with Amherst College Human Resources, and is free and open to all.
Friday, March 1, 2019 | 10–11 a.m.
Close-looking led by Mead head of education and Mellon Curator of Academic Programs Emily Potter-Ndiaye with guided reflection by Stephen Butler.
Friday, March 8, 2019 | 10–11 a.m.
Meditation and mindfulness led by Molly Kitchen with guided reflection by Stephen Butler.
Friday, March 22, 2019 | 10–11 a.m.
Guided looking with Amherst College artist-in-residence Macon Reed with guided reflection by Stephen Butler.
Considering a Fulbright? Join us for an info session. Christine Overstreet, director of fellowships, and Carter McClintock, fellowships specialist, will discuss research and study grants, English teaching assistantships, how to explore your Fulbright options and how to get started on the application.
The Life Stories series provides a forum to foster community through sharing stories of challenge, growth and meaning. At each lunch, a student, faculty or staff member talks about an aspect of their lives that may be meaningful to others, followed by questions and comments. Lunch is provided. Sponsored by the Counseling Center and the Wellness Team.
The Department of Theater and Dance performs Doctor Faustus, Christopher Marlowe’s harrowing play about a brilliant scholar who sells his soul to the devil. The wildly irreverent production stars Wesley Guimarães ’19 in his senior thesis project in acting, and Maki Ybarra-Young ’20 as Mephistopheles. The show is directed by Professor Ron Bashford ’88, with set, props, costume, lighting and sound design provided by professional staff and guest artists Dedalus Wainwright, Barbara Neulinger, Sarah Woodham, Kathy Couch and Jake Meginsky. The Five College student cast also includes Samuel Hood, Max Nemhauser, Antigoni Papapostolou, Emma Ratshin, Lorelle Sang, Sebastian Son, Renz Toledo, Lindsay Turner and Jasper Wolf, stage managed by Julian Brown.
Seating is limited; reservations are strongly encouraged. For reservations, call (413) 542-2277.
Visit the Mezzanine Gallery in Frost Library to view Between the Imagined and Seen: The Hand-Pulled Prints of Betsey Garand and Microscope Images of Caroline Goutte, on exhibit from March 4 to Aug. 30. This exhibition is sponsored by the Arts at Amherst Initiative
Professor Caroline Goutte is chair of the Department of Biology and a member of the Program in Biochemistry and Biophysics at Amherst College. Betsey Garand is senior resident artist in the Department of Art and the History of Art at Amherst College.