Through the Ivy Tech-BPP Youth Education Program, sponsored by IU Credit Union, over 13,000 kids have written new plays or performed on our stage. We operate the longest running and most trusted theatre education program in the area, with over 30 years of experience in arts education. We offer programming year-round for ages 5 and up, working in partnership with the Ivy Tech Center for Lifelong Learning for summer camps, as well as with the MCCSC school system to engage students with theatre in their schools, during the school year.
All of our classes and camps focus on the art of creating something new; whether it’s a new character, a new story, or a new play. Students learn to collaborate with others and become more confident and comfortable with their bodies and voices, while learning the skills needed to write and create their own new plays.
THEATRE INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY!
The Bloomington Playwrights Project is looking for 2-3 theatre interns for our summer camps! We have various roles available based on your expertise. We are looking for interns who have experience in any or all of these areas: acting, directing, costuming, makeup, light / sound / set design, improvisation, or vocal coaching.
This internship is unpaid and partial summer internships are available. A full summer internship is May 27 - July 27, but partial summer internships are available for any of the BPP’s four camps: Broadway Kids, DramatiKids, Laugh Factory, and Musical Theater Camp. For descriptions of each camp please see below:
Please send your resume and brief cover letter, including which dates you are available, to Rachael Himsel: email@example.com
Deadline April 1