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Auditions for Shear Madness will be held at the Ivoryton Playhouse Rehearsal Studio, 22 Main Street, Centerbrook, CT

On Monday, April 29th from noon – 8pm

All roles open. AEA and AEA eligible.

Please prepare a 2 minute contemporary comic monologue. No accent.

 

Auditions by appointment only.  Email lizzy@ivorytonplayhouse.org or call 860-767-9520 ext 207.

Directed by Bob Lohrmann

First rehearsal: September 3
First performance – September 18
Close – October 6, 2019

All roles are paid.

Character Breakdown

BARBARA DEMARCO. (Age range 23-39.)
A wise-cracking, gum-snapping, nail polishing hairdresser. Very dishy and put together, though on the cheap side.

MIKEY THOMAS (Age range 23-30.) A preppy-looking, eager-beaver who’s a capable and earnest undercover cop. Gets his hair washed and blown dry at every performance. It may need to be cut by a professional.

TONY WHITCOMB .  (Age range 25-40.)  is the flamboyant, irrepressible proprietor of the Shear Madness salon. He is fun, devilish, interesting, passionate and a real character.  He must not be jaded in any way.  His “shoot from the hip” comedy must endear him to all.  He must be able to do the physical comedy easily and with great flair. Must love “playing for an audience”.  He must love creating and executing merriment, and mirth.

EDDIE LAWRENCE  (Age range: 30-45). A well-dressed, nice-looking confidence man who covers a dangerous interior with a smooth, suave, and occasionally charming exterior.

NICK ROSSETTI (or NICK JOHNSON or TOM O’BRIEN depending on ethnic background). (Age range: 30-40). A hardworking “gumshoe” detective.  A bright, quick thinking, personable character actor who can also be an excellent straight man.  It requires an actor who is not intimidated by a boisterous audience. It requires a good looking, masculine actor with a solid voice and solid acting skills who can learn the dynamics that will keep the investigation on track.      

MRS. SHUBERT (Age range: 45-70) An old-money Washington socialite of impeccable breeding and manner. She must speak with natural— not artificial— cultured tones.  She can really turn on the charm when needed. At her finest she’s a real class act.

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The story that broke all the rules –

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
by Todd Kriedler

April 24 – May 12, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ivoryton – When the movie, GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER, began filming in March 1967, it was still illegal for interracial couples to marry in fourteen states, mostly in the South. Changing attitudes in the country and the landmark case Loving v. Virginia coincided with the production of the movie and by the end of the year, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of Mr. and Mrs. Loving, ruling that marriage is a fundamental human right and effectively ending all anti-miscegenation marriage laws in America.

The Ivoryton Playhouse is thrilled to present this adaptation of the movie by Todd Kriedler, opening on April 24. Set in San Francisco in 1967, the play focuses on Matt and Christina Drayton, a progressive couple whose daughter, Joanna arrives home unexpectedly with her fiancé, Dr. John Prentice, an African American doctor 11 years her senior. They’re in love and they want the Draytons’ blessing for their marriage – today.  Blindsided by their daughter’s whirlwind romance and fearful for her future, Matt and Christina quickly come to realize the difference between reading about and supporting a mixed-race couple in your newspaper and welcoming one into your family. It’s not long before a multi-family clash of racial and generational difference erupts.  At the end of the day, will love prevail?

This thought-provoking comedy classic is a witty and insightful reflection on two families confronted by their prejudices.

Taking on the iconic role of Matt Drayton, made famous by Spencer Tracy, is Gordon Clapp*, best known as the Emmy-winning, Tony-nominated actor who charmed audiences as Det. Greg Medavoy on NYPD Blue (1993) and as loudmouth instigator Dave Moss in the 2005 Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross (1992). Kaia Monroe*, who is an Associate Professor and Chair of Theatre at SCSU will play his wife, Christina and the rest of the cast include Richarda Abrams*, Cedric Cannon*, R. Bruce Connelly*, Krista Lucas, Marc D. Lyons, Kimberlee Monroe* and Katelyn Nichols.

The play is directed by Kathryn Markey, set design by Daniel Nischan, lighting design by Marcus Abbott and costumes by Elizabeth Saylor.

GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER opens at the Ivoryton Playhouse on April 24 and runs through May 12, 2019. Performance times are Wednesday and Sunday matinees at 2pm. Evening performances are Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30pm, Friday and Saturday at 8pm. There will be one Thursday matinee on April 25th.

Tickets are $55 adult / $50 senior / $25 student / $20 children 12 and are available by calling the Playhouse box office at 860-767-7318 or by visiting our website at www.ivorytonplayhouse.org  (Group rates and subscriptions are available by calling the box office for information.) The Playhouse is located at 103 Main Street in Ivoryton.

Photo – Gordon Clapp

*denotes member of Actors Equity

Members of the press are welcome at any performance after April 25th.  Please call ahead for tickets.

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Artistic / Executive Director Jacqui Hubbard lead the proceedings

The Ivoryton Playhouse held it’s Annual Meeting of the membership on Tuesday, April 2nd.  Over 120 people attended the event where the membership voted on the 2019 slate of officers and awards were presented:

Board President Al Jaffe

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 Slate of Officers:

Al Jaffe – President
Bonnie Stone – Vice President
Norm Needleman – Treasurer
Susan Oirglia – Secretary

Awards:

Volunteer of the year:  Doris Simoneau
Community Partner of the year:  Chris Shane, Ivoryton Village Alliance
Presidents Award:  Noah Rice

The staff and crew of the Playhouse did their best

The great volunteers of the Membership Committee

Doris Simoneau

Chris Shane

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To view a copy of the 2018 Ivoryton Playhouse Annual Report please click here.

 

 

 

Our thanks to the members of the Membership Committee:

Chair:  Bonnie Stone

Ann Bates
David Carey
Maggie Faulkner
Kim Galvin
Jacqui Hubbard
Joan Hurworth
Dick Katz
Carol MacElwee
Heather Martin
Krista May
Diane Miezejeski
Holly Price
Doris Simoneau
Fred Szufnarowski
Peggy Tuttle
Claudia Volano

 

 

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Single ticket prices for all shows:
$55 adult / $50 senior / $25 student / $20 children 12 and under.

Call, click or drop by to get tickets:

To purchase tickets by telephone, please call:  860.767.7318

To purchase tickets online please follow this link.

To purchase tickets in person, the theatre box office at 103 Main Street, Ivoryton, 06442 is open Wednesday, Feb 20th until 5pm.  Or visit the Admin Office at 22 Main Street, Centerbrook, 06409 open Monday – Friday from 10am – 4pm.

To view the list of shows for our 2019 season please click here: 2019 Season

Ticket Service Fees:
Tickets purchased online: $3 per ticket
Tickets purchased over the phone: $5 per order regardless of number of tickets
There is no fee for tickets purchased in person at the Playhouse Box Office (103 Main Street, Ivoryton, 06442) or our Business Office (22 Main Street, Centerbrook, CT  06409).

Subscriptions cannot be purchased on line. Please call Sue McCann, Box Office Manager, 860.767.9520 x 203 to book a 7-play, 5-play subscription or a 3-play subscription.

Full 7-play subscriptions are $295
5-play series subscriptions are $225
3-play series subscriptions are $145

 

 

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The Ivoryton Playhouse opens its 2019 season with a dazzling parade of hits by the songwriting team of Burt Bacharach and Hal David in the musical comedy BURT & ME by Larry McKenna. This coming-of-age story is narrated by Joe who tells the story of his obsession with the music of Burt Bacharach alongside his high school romance with Lacey. The old story of boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy finds girl again, develops a new life in this nostalgic paean to the music and culture of America in the seventies.

This may well be an evening of pure nostalgia but it also serves to remind us of Bacharach’s genius for melody, the complexity of his arrangements and David’s keen sense of human motivation. In their years of writing together, they produced almost 150 songs. BURT & ME is a nostalgic juke box musical containing many of their greatest hits including “What the World Needs Now,” “Walk On By,” “I Say A Little Prayer” and “This Guy’s in Love with You”. These are the songs that form the soundtrack of our youth and even their sad songs make you feel good.  On stage until April 7th.

Our thanks to Overabove for producing this fab vid.

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BURT & ME now open!

Love, laughter and the music of Bacharach and David

Burt & Me by Larry McKenna
at the Ivoryton Playhouse
March 20th – April 7th

The Ivoryton Playhouse opens its 2019 season with a dazzling parade of hits by the songwriting team of Burt Bacharach and Hal David in the musical comedy BURT & ME by Larry McKenna. This coming-of-age story is narrated by Joe who tells the story of his obsession with the music of Burt Bacharach alongside his high school romance with Lacey. The old story of boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy finds girl again, develops a new life in this nostalgic paean to the music and culture of America in the seventies.

When Burt Bacharach and Hal David met in the New York City offices of Famous Music in 1957, they had no idea that their collaboration would have such an impact on the world of pop music. In their years of writing together, they produced almost 150 songs. Sometimes the words came first, sometimes the music, sometimes both at once. One Iyric (“Alfie”) took three days; another (“What The World Needs Now Is Love”), three years. This nostalgic juke box musical contains many of their greatest hits including What the World Needs Now,” “Walk On By,” “I Say A Little Prayer” and “This Guy’s in Love with You”.

The cast includes Playhouse favorites Adrianne Hick* (SOUTH PACIFIC), Lauren Gire* (MY WAY: THE FRANK SINATRA STORY)  Neal Mayer*, (ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST and OLIVER!) and Josh Powell* (MY WAY: THE FRANK SINATRA STORY and LOVE QUEST). Making their Playhouse debut are Andy Christopher* as our protagonist, Joe, Katie Luke and Nathan Richardson. The show is directed and choreographed by Brian Feehan, musical directed by Michael Morris, set design by Emily Nichols, lighting design by Marcus Abbott, sound design by Tate Burmeister and costumes by Lisa Bebey.

This may well be an evening of pure nostalgia but it also serves to remind us of Bacharach’s genius for melody, the complexity of his arrangements and David’s keen sense of human motivation. These are the songs that form the soundtrack of our youth and even their sad songs make you feel good.

BURT & ME opens at the Ivoryton Playhouse on March 20th and runs through April 7th, 2019. Performance times are Wednesday and Sunday matinees at 2pm. Evening performances are Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30pm, Friday and Saturday at 8pm. There will be one Thursday matinee on March 21st.

Tickets are $55 adult / $50 senior / $25 student / $20 children 12 and are available by calling the Playhouse box office at 860-767-7318 or by visiting our website at www.ivorytonplayhouse.org  (Group rates and subscriptions are available by calling the box office for information.) The Playhouse is located at 103 Main Street in Ivoryton.

*denotes member of Actors Equity

Members of the press are welcome at any performance after March 21st.  Please call ahead for tickets.

Photos courtesy of Jonathan Steele

 

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On March 20th, 2019 the Ivoryton Playhouse opens its doors for a new season – a year full of exciting, affordable professional theatre. Plays for romantics and plays for cynics; shows for families and shows for sweethearts; music from the movies and Broadway as well as zany comedies and classic dramas – the Ivoryton Playhouse 2019 season has something for everyone and more than you ever expected.

The season opens on March 20th with a new musical, BURT & ME
(Book by Larry McKenna, Lyrics by Hal David, Music by Burt Bacharach).  If you fell in love to the music of Burt Bacharach, then you won’t want to miss this nostalgic romantic musical comedy running through April 7, 2019. Featuring the classics: “What the World Needs Now,” “Walk On By,” “I Say A Little Prayer,” and many more. Runs through April 7th.

A progressive white couple’s proud liberal sensibilities are put to the test when their daughter brings her black fiancé home to meet them in this fresh and relevant stage adaptation of the iconic film, GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER by Todd Kreidler (April 24th – May 12th.) A multi-family clash of racial and generational differences and at the end of the day, will love prevail?

GODSPELL (May 22 – June 16) is the first major musical theater hit from three-time Grammy and Academy Award winner Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, and Children of Eden). Loosely based around the Gospel of St. Matthew, GODSPELL features a parade of beloved songs, including ”Day by Day “, “Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord,” and “Learn Your Lessons Well.

July is family musical time and this year is no exception. On June 26th, summer opens with a splash with the blockbuster musical MAMMA MIA, (Music and Lyrics by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus) Over 60 million people worldwide have fallen in love with the characters, the story and the music that make MAMMA MIA the ultimate feel-good show! Set on a Greek island paradise, the story-telling magic of ABBA’s timeless songs propels this enchanting tale of love, laughter and friendship, creating an unforgettable show. A mother. A daughter. Three possible dads. And a trip down the aisle you’ll never forget! Runs through July 28th.

CABARET (Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb, Book by Joe Masteroff) takes us back to Broadway on August 7th – Sunday, September 1st. The international classic musical and winner of 8 Tony awards, CABARET is as relevant today as when it first opened on Broadway over 50 years ago. Join us at the Kit Kat Club as the Emcee takes us back to those tumultuous times with unforgettable musical numbers including, “Willkommen,” “Cabaret,” and “Two Ladies.”

SHEAR MADNESS (Paul Portner) is one of the most popular productions in the world, delighting audiences with its unique blend of madcap improvisation and spine-tickling mystery. This unique comedy-whodunit takes place today in the “Shear Madness” hairstyling salon and is chock full of up-to-the-minute humor. A murder is committed and the audience gets to spot the clues, question the suspects, and solve the mystery. Voted “Best Comedy of the Year” seven times by the Boston Globe and “Best Play of the Year” by the Chicago Sun-Times and the Philadelphia Enquirer, “Shear Madness” has also received the Raven Award from the Mystery Writers of America and has been inducted into the Comedy Hall of Fame, the first play ever to receive that accolade. Runs from September 18th – October 6th.

David Lutken and his trusty band of musicians return to the Playhouse in WOODY SEZ  – THE LIFE AND MUSIC OF WOODY GUTHRIE – a musical celebrating the original folk hero and an iconic American troubadour. Tap your feet and sing along with Woody Sez in this uplifting musical portrait. You will be transported through his fascinating life with moving ballads and energetic foot-stompers like “This Land is Your Land,” “The Ballad of Tom Joad,” “Pastures of Plenty” and “This Train is Bound for Glory” in this incredible, award-winning musical journey. Devised by David Lutken with Nick Corley and Darcie Deaville, Helen J. Russell and Andy Teirstein.  Runs from Wednesday, October 23 – Sunday, November 10, 2019

Don’t miss some of the most exciting, entertaining and affordable theatre on the shoreline!

Subscriptions and gift certificates are on sale now.

HOW TO SUBSCRIBE:

Subscriptions can be purchased by downloading the forms below and sending by mail.  We offer 18 possible series during our season. On the form below, please circle the Series that you’d like for Season 2019, complete all of the information and mail to us with payment. Remember that, for a Series, you must stay within the same row of dates.

You will be able to switch any single dates that don’t work for you after February 20, 2019.

Full 7-play subscriptions are $295 (only $42 per ticket)

5-play series subscriptions are $225 (only $45 per ticket)

3-play series subscriptions are $145 (only $48 per ticket)

To view the list of shows for our 2019 season please click here:  2019 Season

To view the 2019 subscription series dates please click here:  2019 series dates

To download the 7 and 5 play subscription form please click here:  7 and 5 play form

To download the 3 play subscription form please click here:  3 play form

Checks payable to Ivoryton Playhouse and mailed to:
Ivoryton Playhouse, PO Box 458, Ivoryton, CT  06442

To discuss seating options please telephone Susan McCann on 860.767.7318 x 203

Individual tickets for 2019

Single ticket prices for 2019 are:  $55 adult / $50 senior / $25 student / $20 children 12 and under.

Individual tickets go on sale February 20, 2019.

Visit www.ivorytonplayhouse.org or call (860) 767 7318 for the latest ticket information.

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It is with deep sadness that I share with you the news of the death of longtime Ivoryton Playhouse Board member and Essex resident Harvey Hoberman. Harvey joined the Board in 2008 and was an active supporter and advocate for the Playhouse. He was a well known and admired Hartford attorney who often shared his legal expertise with us as a member of the Governance Committee during his time on the Board.

We send our thoughts and prayers to his family. Harvey was predeceased by his wife Joan who died in 1997. He leaves two daughters, Julie Hoberman and Anna Hoberman, son-in-law Greg Lowrey, grandsons Jonah Lowrey and Elias Lowrey. Also his long-time companion Penny Parker, his brother Ed and sister-in-law Lisa, and his mother-in-law Ruth Solomkin.

Al Jaffe
President, Ivoryton Playhouse Board of Trustees

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Third Annual Women Playwrights Initiative:
PASSION POWER PROSE 2019.

Our mission is to Inspire, Empower, Validate, and Celebrate women playwrights.

The Women Playwrights Initiative at the Ivoryton Playhouse develops new one-act plays by and about women, and the issues that shape their lives. Friendship, political and economic advocacy, sexual satisfaction, aging, gender equality, racial issues, marriage, singlehood, motherhood, careers, and power. The Initiative provides a safe, nurturing environment for play development, including a week of intensive rehearsal with the playwrights, directors, and actors. The workshopping week culminates in a staged reading festival, featuring interactive talkbacks with the playwrights, directors, actors, and audience.

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Performance times are 7:00pm. 

Ticket prices are:
$20 adult; $15 senior; $10 student

Single tickets are available to purchase on line by clicking on this link.

Buy tickets for Friday and Saturday night performances and save:
$30 adult; $25 senior; $10 student.  Please call the box office to purchase these ticket packages – 860.767.7318

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WPI 2019 PLAY SYNOPSES 

Friday March 1: 

HOW TO BE A WIDOW
by Tori Keenan-Zelt
Directed by:  Susan Einhorn

As the Civil War draws to a close, cholera and Gettysburg have claimed the lives of two husbands. In this wickedly funny play, two young women grapple with the freedom and power of their new widowhood. If they had the chance to have their husbands back, would they take it?

 

WATER WITHOUT BERRIES
by Waltrudis Buck
Directed by:  Todd Underwood

Two brothers—a school teacher and Shakespearean actor—return to Harlem to persuade their infirm grandma to leave the tenement where they grew up. In this bittersweet drama, yearning, art, rivalry, and hope struggle against the relentless forces of reality.

 

Saturday March 2:

PARTNER OF –
by Rachael Carnes
Directed by:  Leslie Snow

What can her grandmother and mother teach young Sally about agency, expectation, and the roles society permit women? Through the lens of three enslaved women, the property of Thomas Jefferson, we face what it means to be the “partner of –”

 

THE ROBERTASSEY
by Kathleen Cahill
Directed by:  Hannah Simms
Roberta’s trip to Ireland becomes a surreal odyssey when the airlines lose her suitcase containing her father’s ashes. The dialogue is sharp, and the tone is magical, in a comedy that explores the universe’s indifference, filial obligation, forgiveness, and the power of love.

 

ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHTS

Waltrudis Buck  (Water Without Berries) is thrilled to make her playwright’s debut at Ivoryton. She has worked in film, TV, and theatre as an actor, appearing opposite De Niro, Julia Roberts and Woody Allen, among others. She has published poetry and short stories, and her novel The Berlin Girl can be found here: amazon.com/author/waltrudisbuck but this is her first foray into playwriting. Thank you so much Ivoryton! She just finished a full-length comedy titled Real Estate inspired by the current political situation, excerpts of which have had readings at “Naked Angels Tuesdays@9.” Any producers out there? It’s a very funny play, if it weren’t so sad (waltrudisb@gmail.com).

 

Kathleen Cahill (The Robertassey) Kathleen’s awards include three Edgerton Foundation Awards, the Jane Chambers Playwrighting Award, two Connecticut Commission on the Arts Playwrighting Awards, a Massachusetts Artists Foundation Award, a Rockefeller Grant, a National Endowment for the Arts New American Works Grant, and a Drama League Award. Her play Charm (NNPN Showcase) was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and has been produced around the country, upcoming at the New Hampshire Theatre Project. Her play/dance/romance, Silent Dancer, premieres at the Salt Lake Acting Company in April 2019, and at BStreet Theatre in Sacramento in August, 2019. She is Playwright-in-Residence at the Salt Lake Acting Company, and Dramatists Guild Fund Master Teacher. Her play Henry, Louise and Henri was part of the Women’s Playwrights Initiative at Ivoryton Playhouse in 2018.

 

Rachael Carnes (Partner of -) as an arts nonprofit founder and educator, Rachael has spent her career developing inclusive performing arts experiences for people of all ages and abilities. She discovered playwriting in 2016 and is humbled by her many productions since, with performances across the country and throughout the U.K. Recent highlights include invitations to the Inge Festival, the Midwest Dramatists Center Conference and the Mid-America Theatre Conference. Rachael’s work has been published by the Coachella Review, she is a Bechdel Group workshop semi-finalist, and her full-length play, Canopy, will receive a staged reading at the WriteON Festival, in Cambridge, U.K. in 2019. A community builder, Rachael founded #CodeRed, a playwrights’ collective dedicated to writing, and sharing, plays in response to gun violence. Rachael is beyond grateful for the opportunity to be in residence at the Ivoryton Playhouse. And she thanks her many playwriting mentors, and her husband and kids, for their continuing support.

 

Tori Keenan-Zelt (How to be a Widow) Originally and proudly from Pittsburgh, Tori writes curiosity-chasing plays that sniff out in-between spaces in big theatre to change the world. Many of them decide to be comedies. She has developed and presented work around the country and abroad. Recent plays include How the Baby Died (Ingram New Works), Seph (Araca Project, Princess Grace Finalist), Air Space (Kilroys 5 Most Recommended Plays, Ingram New Works Lab, Princess Grace Finalist), Truth/Dare (Project Y Theatre, Best Ensemble Pittsburgh Fringe, Kilroys List, Princess Grace Finalist), Egypt Play (InterAct 20/20 Finalist), Episode #121: Catfight! (Yale Cabaret), and others. Having written for Colonial Williamsburg’s Emmy Award-winning PBS education series, Tori has been named an Emmy Nominee, Kilroys Lister, Jerome Finalist, Princess Grace Finalist, Playwrights of New York Nominee, and some other things. She is an affiliated writer with The Lark, The Playwrights’ Center, Ingram New Works Lab, Ensemble Studio Theatre Playwrights’ Unit, Fresh Ground Pepper, & the Dramatists Guild. Several of her short plays are published by Next Stage Press. AB, Harvard. MFA, NYU Tisch Asia (Singapore).

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The Ivoryton Playhouse is an historic, not for profit, 280-seat, professional theatre located on the Connecticut Shoreline. The Playhouse operates a year-round season, which includes eight main stage productions, educational programs, special events and a Summer Children’s Theater Series.

A summer internship at the Ivoryton Playhouse offers students and recent graduates the opportunity to expand and develop technical theatre skills, make professional contacts, and develop the insight and experience necessary to pursue a career in theatre.

This year, the playhouse is very excited to be able to offer two options for internship experiences:

The Production Internship is designed for students aspiring to careers in technical theatre, production or design, including but not limited to the following: Carpentry, Costuming, Lighting, Painting, Run Crew, Scenic Design, Technical Direction, Properties, Production Management and Stage Management.

The Performance Internship is designed for students aspiring to be actors, dancers and/or singers. Performance Interns will work closely with professional directors, actors, stage managers, and staff as the internship takes them from the first day of rehearsal, through the opportunity to perform on stage in a professional production.

Internships run from mid-May to early-September.

Ideal candidates must be at least 18 years of age, enrolled in college or be a recent graduate and should be working towards a career in theatre or performing arts. Please refer to FAQ document for other candidate information.

For FAQ please follow this link:  Ivoryton Playhouse Summer Interns FAQ

For an application form for a Production Internship, please follow this link:
Ivoryton Playhouse Summer Internship Application – Production

For an application form for a Performance Internship, please follow this link:
Ivoryton Playhouse Summer Internship Application – Performance

The application deadline is Friday, March 1, 2019. All applications postmarked by that date will be accepted.

The internship positions will be filled by March 15, 2019.

Contact dnischan@ivorytonplayhouse.org for more information.

The Ivoryton Playhouse is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.

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