Administrative Staff Positions
Williamstown Theatre Festival offers staff positions in a variety of administrative departments. Administrative positions at WTF are both highly demanding and exceptionally rewarding. As the organizational backbone of WTF, administrative staff members play an integral role in making our season a reality. Staff members are provided housing and salary. Staff positions last from early June through late August. Applications are only accepted online. Click on the link above to apply for positions in Company Management, Front of House, Literary Management, Publicity, and Print and Graphics.

Administrative Internships
For both current students and recent college graduates, there is no better place to start a career than Williamstown Theatre Festival. WTF interns are fully immersed in a hands-on experience from their first day through the end of the season, gaining invaluable experience through high responsibility administrative positions. Many staff members at WTF got their professional start as a member of the Intern program, and go on to work at theatres across the country. Internships last from early June through late August and are offered in a variety of concentrations including Company Management, Front of House, Literary Management, Publicity, Print and Graphics, and Producing. Applications are accepted online only. Please click the link above the view available positions and apply for an internship for the 2014 season.

 Internship admissions at Williamstown Theatre Festival are highly competitive. Interns are chosen on the basis of experience, recommendations, and an interview. Interns are responsible for their own living expenses and pay $550 for housing. College Credit may be arranged with your academic institution.

WTF representatives will attend the SETC theatre conference. Email Liz Mahan at lmahan@wtfestival.org for more information.

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Photo Credits
Fellowship Project Company Members Heather Lind, Bethany Heinrich and John Doherty in Big Money, the Fellowship Musical in 2008. Photo by Andy Tew.