145 N. Raymond Ave.




In close collaboration with the Artistic and Administrative Directors, the Marketing and Program Intern’s primary project will be assisting with the marketing, educational and production efforts for our upcoming production, “L.A. Real.”

create an "L.A. Real" social media campaign; and other related marketing collateral for “L.A. Real,” and also the company’s Original Theaterworks Digital Collection that represents its 30+ year production history.
work on the “L.A. Real” study guide/brochure for high school students that explores the production’s related content of early California history, and its contemporary cultural references.
as time and schedule allows, fulfill various production tasks for “L.A. Real” as it moves from pre-production to full production. This is a part-time internship working 15-20 hours/week from June through October/November (depending on the start date).


The ideal candidate will be able to take direction and run with it. This requires enthusiasm, clear communication, good time management, and the ability to work well independently. They should have a passion for the performing arts in general, and a desire to learn about the LA arts and culture landscape. They should have good writing skills, be Macintosh proficient, have experience with the Microsoft Office Suite and Google apps. Experience with photo and/or video editing software and graphics programs are highly encouraged. Other assets include marketing and/or community outreach experience; and production planning experience. Interest in Los Angeles history and familiarity with ensemble-based theater and/or theater by communities of color is very helpful. Preference will be given to those applicants with a serious interest in pursuing a career in the performing arts, arts education, arts administration, and/or marketing.


About…Productions creates original interdisciplinary theaterworks and educational programs that provoke new perspectives on history, humanity, and culture. The company is dedicated to generating new work through collaboration to create artistic and community dialogue. We believe in the power of theater to enlighten audiences, transform highest-risk youth, and celebrate the lives of elders. For over 30 years, we've created critically-acclaimed original theatrical productions, and for the past 21 years we've provided unique arts-based educational programs to highest-risk and educationally disadvantaged youth through our Young Theaterworks program.

How to Apply

To apply, email cover letter and resume as a single PDF attachment to Sofija Dutcher, Administrative Director, at admin@aboutpd.org.