The Hangar Internship Program offers you the opportunity to work alongside professional artists and managers at the forefront of an award-winning regional not-for-profit theatre in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of upstate New York.

Internships at the Hangar Theatre are designed to give creative and ambitious individuals who are interested in theatre the opportunity to work directly with professional theatre artists and administrators, helping students and young professionals to bridge the gap between collegiate work and professional life. The goals of our Internship Program are to offer students and aspiring theatre professionals experiential learning and insight into a career path, facilitate opportunities to make professional contacts, and equip individuals with marketable skills for jobs and graduate programs in theatre and not-for-profit management.

The Hangar Theatre offers various internships in Production, Artistic and Administration. Interns work directly with individual department heads & staff to receive practical training in administrative management or technical theatre. Must be at least 18 years of age to apply

Internship opportunities are most often offered over the summer, but some positions are available during the fall and spring. Internships may qualify for college credit and/or federal work-study programs during the academic year.

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  • Artistic
  • Administrative
  • Production
  • Technical Apprentice Program

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  • Artistic

    Artistic Internship Candidate should be interested in working in a fast-paced environment where initiative and creativity are highly valued.  Good organizational skills and computer proficiency are required. This position is unpaid and would require a commitment of 20 hours per week.  Intern will report to the Artistic Director. Duties may include: Attending staff meetings and giving reports Attending art staff Read more »
  • Administration

    Marketing and development Internship Build your resume and come get hands on experience marketing and promoting a professional regional theatre! Assist the Marketing & Public Relations Manager and Development Coordinator in implementing and/or developing Marketing and Development initiatives. General responsibilities: Assisting in implementing and/or developing a marketing and publicity plan which may include research, events postings, material distribution and production, Read more »
  • Technical Apprentice Program

    The Technical Apprentice Program is an immersive, introduction to the world of professional theatre designed for current college students or recent high school graduates with limited experience.  The program challenges you to look at theatre in new and meaningful ways. Students in the apprentice program will spend the summer living, breathing, and creating theatre while working alongside production interns and professional Read more »
  • Production

    Production Internships offer current advanced college students and recent graduates a chance to expand on their academic studies and gain practical experience in a professional environment. From the first day through the end of the season, production interns gain valuable experience working on a variety of shows and may get the opportunity to serve in a supervisory capacity for a KIDDSTUFF Read more »
  • Internship Application

    Hangar Internships are for individuals who desire a challenging practical experience in the real world, and for those who are willing to devote their full energies to the internship. Hours and duties vary with different departmental assignments. After an initial orientation period, all Hangar interns can expect that they will assume essential and meaningful responsibilities under the direct supervision of Read more »