Scene shop interns will work with both our technical director and props master in all aspects of technical productions including but not limited to: carpentry, crafting, painting, sewing, focusing lights, finding props, and running shows. Qualified individuals should be able to work long hours. During touring, load-in occurs early in the morning and the shows perform late at night with strike to follow.

Interns must be able to: lift at least 50 lbs, have basic knowledge of scenic carpentry, correct use of power tools (table saw, compound miter saw, etc.), proper use of safety equipment, knowledge of scenic painting is a plus. Applicants for this position must be eager and willing to learn new skills and take on new challenges.

Please complete and submit the following application.

First Name *First Name
Last Name *Last Name
Email * Email
Address *
Phone *Phone
Position(s) Applying For*Position(s) Applying For
Lighting Design
Stage Management
Scene Shop
Costume Technician
Skills Proficient InSkills Proficient In
Basic Carpentry
Power Tools
Basic Lighting Installation / Hang & Focus
Reading Music
Basic Sewing / Costuming
Textural Painting
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I understand that I have completed this application to the best of my knowledge and I am fully aware that I am responsible for the cost of my food, entertainment and transportation including flight. I am also fully aware of the rules and consequences concerning my conduct and deadline requirements outlined on the La Musica Lirica website.

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