Jobs & Internships
Thank you for your interest in working with Lantern Theater Company. Located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, the Lantern is committed to an authentic and intimate exploration of the human spirit in our choice of classics, modern, and original works for the stage. During the 2017/18 season, we will reach a loyal and growing audience of over 23,000 each season through three award-wining core programs: our mainstage productions, our audience enrichment series, and our education programs. We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the positions listed below.
2017/18 Season Apprentice
Lantern Theater Company seeks an apprentice for the balance of our 2017/18 season (through 6/30/18), with an option to renew for the 2018/19 season. The program seeks to provide training in all aspects of professional, non-profit theater operations and management, and includes rotations in artistic and administrative functions, including but not limited to box office, house management, development, marketing, stage management, and production. The ideal candidate will have recently graduated from an undergraduate theater program and/or have relevant theater experience. The Lantern’s apprentice program offers a salary of $400 per week and paid time off, as well as free theater tickets and participation in special theater events. Apprentices work full-time schedules and must be available for evening and weekend performances for some of the rotations. To apply, please send resume and cover letter describing your career objectives to firstname.lastname@example.org with "2017/18 Season Apprentice" in the subject line. No phone calls, please.
Lantern Theater Company values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified candidates of all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
Header Photo: Geneviève Perrier and Charlie DelMarcelle in A Child's Christmas in Wales (2014); Kittson O'Neill, Maxwell Eddy, and Alex Boyle in Arcadia (2014); Damon Bonetti, Daniel Fredrick, and Dave Johnson in The Hound of the Baskervilles (2015); and Kirk Wendell Brown and Peter DeLaurier in The Train Driver (2014). Photos by Mark Garvin.