Work with Us
The Book-It Repertory Theatre Internship Program gives participants hands-on experience in the world of professional theatre.
We are now accepting applications for our 2014–15 internships! We’re looking for reliable, self-motivated, committed people who have acquired basic skills in their area of interest but wish to enhance their learning, their resumés, and their experience. The 2014–15 internship positions include:
- Education Internship
- Touring Stage Management Internship
- Marketing & Communications Internship
- Literary & Artistic Internship
- Theatre Management Internship
- Costume Shop Internship
- Mainstage Stage Management Internship
New Job Announcements
There are currently no job openings at Book-It.
We love our volunteers! …and we have plenty of areas where help is welcome:
Ushers assist the house manager in light duties, which may include tearing tickets, handing out programs, helping people to their seats, selling concession items, and cleaning up the theatre after the show.
All volunteer ushers get to see the show they usher. However, if it sold out and no seats are available, ushers will be issued a comp ticket to attend a different performance of the same show.
Projects may include assisting the Marketing or Education departments in assembling mailings and or informational packets, advertisement materials distribution, or other projects. Please let us know if you have special skills or areas of interest.
Assist with fundraising events and functions for our patrons and donors–help to set up and serve food and wine, or break down following the event.
Interested in helping out? Email it to Scott Herman, Book-It’s Patron Services Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
We appreciate your help!
Book-It holds general auditions each spring/summer for the next season, we post our auditions with Theatre Puget Sound. Based on these general auditions, we hold call-back auditions for each production individually. We have limited number of AEA slots for each season, other performers are paid minimum wage.