The Internship Program at Albuquerque Little Theatre offers a unique learning opportunity for anyone considering a career in theatre. You’ll get one-on-one training from our staff while working directly on aspects of our 7 show season. Design opportunities include designing for our educational showcases and ALT’s Silver Players. Build your portfolio while crafting your skills in the field(s) of your choice.
“sets that might as well have come straight off Broadway stages”
-Stephanie Hainsfurther,Talkin’ Broadway
Internship start date: Aug 13, 2018 (negotiable)
Internship end date: May 24, 2019 (negotiable)
Compensation: While the internship is unpaid, you will receive two complimentary tickets to each production during the internship, and academic credit may be available.
Required hours per week: 4
Days/times: TBD based on intern’s availability. Shops are typically open Monday through Friday, 9:00a-6:00p
2018/2019 Shows: Pride and Prejudice, Footloose, It’s a Wonderful Life, Dial ‘M’ For Murder, Shrek the Musical, Rumors, and Singin’ in the Rain.
“The costumes for a cast of 28 are remarkably well designed by Joe Moncada and Sharon Welz”
-Dean Yannias, Talkin’ Broadway
People you’ll be learning from:
Glenn Pepe (Technical Director): Glenn received his BA in theatre from Binghamton University and MFA from Ohio University. While focusing on scenic design, he also worked as a scenic artist, carpenter, audio engineer, lighting designer, welder, and electrician. He is also OSHA, first aid, CPR, and AED certified.
Thane Kenny (Master Carpenter): Thane has been involved in theatre for nearly 20 years. When he’s not acting, he’s designed and built sets for The Vortex, Adobe Theater, Opera Southwest, Aux Dog, Sandia Prep Summer Theatre Camp, The Dolls, Desert Rose, and UNM’s Rodey Theatre. Thane brings experience and innovative building methods to ALT. He is also first aid, CPR, and AED certified.
Joe Moncada (Costume Designer): When not acting or dancing, Joe is an accomplished costume designer who designs and builds costumes for theatre and the dance community. He makes magic happen with a sewing machine and some fabric. He can turn old costumes into fresh new outfits or build from scratch without a pattern.
Sharon Welz (Wardrobe Manager): Sharon has been sewing since the age of twelve and has learned a thing or two since then. Sharon has designed, altered, and built costumes at ALT for the past six. She is also first aid, CPR, and AED certified.
“Glenn Pepe’s multilevel set and lighting design are also top-notch”
-Matthew Yde, The Albuquerque Journal
How to Apply:
Please send a cover letter, resume, and portfolio (if available) to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 30, 2018. Clearly indicate if you would like to focus on Lighting, Set, or Costumes.