THE CHARLES K. NICHOLS THEATRE INTERN
PROGRAM AT ONSTAGE PLAYHOUSE assisted
by a grant from the Chula Vista Office of Arts and
APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED NOW!
The 2012-2013 program has started
but under some circumstances OnStage Playhouse may accept late entrants.
Please contact the director (contact information below).
This is a FREE theatre arts training program which began in
September (2012) and runs through June (2013). High School students
in their Sophomore-Senior year and local College freshmen
Interns will attend bi-weekly "production meetings", theatre
design/performance workshops, and local theatre productions. Interns
will have the opportunity to write/perform/produce their own work
throughout the season. This season the OnStage Interns will also be
producing a full main stage production of 'The 25th Annual Putnam County
Spelling Bee" in the Spring of 2013.
Please send the following information (and any questions you may have in
regards to the program) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. School Attending (2012-2013)
2. Grade (2012-2013)
5. Phone Number
6. A list of theatre experience (or resume)
7. A brief description of yourself and your interests
as well as an explanation of why you would like to take part in the
OnStage Playhouse Intern Program.
8. One letter of recommendation from a teacher or community
leader (No family/friends please)
"The OnStage Intern program has
opened up so many doors for me. I have been exposed to incredible people
and projects in the San Diego theater community. The Internship has been
an invaluable experience, and has given me a safe place to grow as an
artist and an actress for the past three years. My fellow interns inspire
and encourage me. Being surrounded by like minded, creative people has
helped me foster my own ideas. Anyone with a passion for some aspect of
theater will find the internship to be fulfilling. It's a lot of fun, a
lot of theater, and a lot of creativity." – Jewell (2008-2011)
"The OnStage Playhouse Intern program offered me a sense of freedom
from a very restrictive high school theater program. Whether it be the
full length play our group wrote, rehearsed and preformed, experimenting
with new acting styles with confidence or the sacred emotional bond you
get to share with your group, the program gives a safe environment to
express yourself. The program's director Kym provides great opportunities
to not only watch wonderful local theater but also to work with some of
the best theater people in San Diego!" -Allison (2008-2010)
From the Program Director
the students themselves