Please note: due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation, Northern Stage's spring 2022 programming remains subject to change at this point.
We are delighted to announce that an Experiential Learning "E-Term" program opportunity will be offered once again in the spring of 2022. Up to three applicants may be selected for the spring program.
The students will be housed with the Northern Stage Company, trained for 10-12 weeks in all aspects of the professional theater, and take part in Northern Stage's Mainstage season. Spring E-term students will be mentored by the Northern Stage Artistic and Managing Directors, company members, and guests.
The goal of the E-Term is to connect students' academic and practical training at Dartmouth to a career in the professional theater. Students will have the opportunity to assist in all areas of the theater including Artistic Direction, Education, Marketing, Development and Management; specific assignments will vary from student to student, depending on individual areas of interest. E-term students will also be guided to fulfill a Passion Project: individual projects nurtured by staff, which may include performance pieces and playwriting. E-Term students may earn Equity Membership Candidate (EMC) points towards joining Actor's Equity, the national union for professional actors and stage managers.
SPRING E-TERM TIMELINE
August 6, 2021: Spring 2022 E-Term application window closes
August/September 2021: Students are selected for E-Term project. In order to participate, students must be on an off-term in Spring 2022.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation, Northern Stage's spring 2022 programming remains subject to change at this point. Below is an updated draft of what the spring season may look like:
March 2022 (on or around 3/24): E-Term students travel to Northern Stage and begin their admin duties and passion projects.
March 25: Students involved in Spamalot begin rehearsals.
March 25-May 22: Spamalot in rehearsal and performance.
May 22-June 8: BridgeUp Shakespeare in the Schools project, New Play development
During the runs of Spamalot and the BridgeUp project, E-term students not directly involved with the productions will continue their work in other areas of Northern Stage's company as well as their passion projects.
The Spring 2022 E-Term ends either with the end of the Northern Stage 2022 Season on May 22 or at the conclusion of the BridgeUp project on June 8.
The application deadline for the Fall E-Term is August 6, 2021. Please visit the Northern Stage website for more details, and/or CLICK HERE to begin the application process. PLEASE NOTE: Your application will not be processed until it is complete.
For further information about internship opportunities at Northern Stage, please contact Northern Stage BOLD Artistic Fellow Kerrigan Quenemoen '19.