Talespinner Children’s Theatre is looking for three volunteers/interns during the run of David Hansen’s, “Red Onion, White Garlic,” the first in TCT’s 6th season, producing professional works for youth. These positions will receive a small stipend upon completion.
To apply: Send resume and an email outlining which position you are interested in to email@example.com.
(TCT will hire similar positions for each of the four MainStage productions of the 2017 Season. If you are interested in an internship at a different time, we will still accept applications. Please be specific in your email.)
Marketing and Box Office Intern
To run the TCT box office sales and reports for every performance of Red Onion, White Garlic.
Assist TCT’s Director of Marketing in promoting the production.
Money handling, basic Excel/Google Sheets work. Must be highly personable, as our box office personnel is considered, “front of house,” and act as an ambassador for the company.
Required work dates:
Must arrange two meetings before the run (can be more based on how much you’re looking to learn*). Must arrive at Talespinner Children’s Theatre, 5209 Detroit Ave., Cleveland 44102, one hour before each performance.
“Red Onion, White Garlic,” runs
April 8th through 30th, 2017
Fridays 7PM; Saturdays 2PM & 7PM; Sundays 2PM
Ohio Savings Pay What You Can Series performances Sunday, April 9th; Friday, April 14th; Friday, April 21st; & Friday, April 28th
No performance Sunday, April 16th
*We wear many hats here at TCT. Our team wants you to benefit from a well-rounded experience and by spending time on areas in which you’d like to see yourself grow. We have a thriving education department, an innovative, grass-roots marketing department and a respected theatrical production team on staff with diverse perspectives on the art of theatre. We want to work together to expose you to any and all areas of our small non-profit theatre company as you see fit during your time here.
Talespinner Children’s Theatre is a Cleveland-based company that develops and produces highly imaginative, original, collaborative and interactive professional works for children that also stimulate creative growth in its artists. At any time, these pieces may involve acting, dance, music, puppetry, tumbling, drumming, and numerous other artistic disciplines as imagined by the artistic teams working with and for TCT, and are open to all creative possibility. TCT’s aim is to bring theatre to the community in its fullest form providing excitement, growth and joy for all who are involved in and/or touched by its work.
Talespinner Children’s Theatre strives to reach across socio-economic, cultural and traditional boundaries to help awaken and bring better understanding by opening eyes, ears, hearts and imaginations in the young people (and artists) of Cleveland and its surrounds.
TCT creates work that remembers that children are smaller people, not lesser people.
To apply, please email TCT Director of Marketing and Development Devon Turchan at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and any questions you might have.
Red Onion, White Garlic (a Tale of Indonesia) April 8 – 30
by David Hansen, directed by Katelyn Cornelius
Sundiata (a Tale of Mali) June 10 – July 2
by Nina Domingue Glover, directed by Nina Domingue Glover & Nathan Lilly
The Rainbow Serpent (A Tale of Aboriginal Australia) Sept. 16 – Oct. 8
by Christopher Johnston, directed by Alison Garrigan
Mr. Scrooge’s Ghosts (A Dickens of a Holiday Tale) Nov. 25 – Dec. 17
by Michael Sepesy, directed by Alison Garrigan
Reinberger Auditorium | 5209 Detroit Ave. – Cleveland, Ohio 44102 | 216.264.9680