Thank you for your interest in our 2023 Summer Internship Program! We are no longer accepting applications at this time. If you have applied, please know we are reviewing applications and conducting interviews, and will be in touch with you by the end of April. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the Director of Education, Jill Zarcone, email@example.com.
MEET OUR 2023 SUMMER INTERNS
ERIC CANFIELD, Development Intern
Eric is a rising third year at The University of North Carolina School of the Arts, where he is earning a BFA in Acting. Drawn to dark, hilarious, fearless theater, Eric is interested in developing, producing and directing new work. This past October, he co-wrote and produced an original play at UNCSA, a farce called Halloween Special.
REBECCA BROWN, Marketing Intern
Rebecca Brown is a rising junior at Marist College, majoring in Communications with concentrations in Advertising and Public Relations. She is double minoring in music and graphic design. She has always been passionate about theatre and music; having participated in numerous theatre camps, musicals, choirs, and currently, an all-voice a cappella group at her school, called The Enharmonics.
EMMA LUXEMBURG, Performance & Education Intern
Emma Luxemburg, of South Windsor, CT, is a recent graduate of Wagner College with a B.A. in Theatre Performance. Along with being the one on stage, Emma also has a passion for being on the other side of the table. She’s been honored to work with students of all ages and abilities from many different dance studios, competitive dance teams, middle school and high school show choirs, and theatrical companies, producing full-scale productions, performance sets, and teaching various workshops. Most importantly, she finds great reward in developing the talents of the next generation of performers.
SYD MAURA, Tech Theater & Sound Intern
Sydney Mauro is a recent graduate from Naugatuck Valley Community College with a degree in Digital Arts Technology. She enjoys every aspect of technical theater, with a previous focus working on sound mixing and design.
ALANA WHERRY, Costume Intern
Alana Wherry has always loved sewing and fashion! She is currently a sophomore fashion design student at Marist college and is looking forward to working with Playhouse on Park to learn more about theater and costume.
Be able to provide their own transportation
In order to apply, please submit the following materials to Director of Education, Jill Zarcone at JZarcone@playhousetheatregroup.org
Work Samples such as digital portfolios and websites