Interested applicants should forward a resume to Donna Claycomb Sokol at email@example.com
Fall Arts Admin Intern
20 hours per week to take place M-F, between the hours of 9-5pm; collaborative schedule to be
determined at the start of the internship
(Additional hours possible, compensated at $17/hr)
Interested in a career in youth programs, arts management, or arts education? College students
and graduates are encouraged to apply for an internship with The Theatre Lab,
Washington’s largest theatre school.
Email Cassie@theatrelab.org to apply.
Director-Lead Teaching Artist (Youth Programs)
Various Dates/Times as Faculty Positions are Available
The Theatre Lab is accepting resumes for experienced teaching artists who are passionate about working with students from a diverse cross-section of the DMV ranging from Kindergarten-12th grade. Directors develop their own curriculum for the program assigned under the supervision of the Co-Executive Director and the Youth Program Director. Directors will also be responsible for cultivating a final sharing at the end of the program. Candidates should have at least 3+ years experience teaching theatre to young people. This is a part-time, contract position.
Candidates will be required to pass a background check and provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.
This is a part-time, contract position.
Email cover letter and resume to Terah Herman-Saldaña: firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
Email Cassie@theatrelab.org to learn about volunteer opportunities.
Earn Free Adult Classes: Usher at Theatre Lab
Ushers make performances possible! You’ll meet other people who enjoy theatre, and get to see *most* of the show for free! After you usher for four performances, you’ll earn full tuition for an upcoming six-week adult class. To apply, send a brief email to email@example.com with your name, ushering experience (if any) and we’ll let you know about upcoming opportunities. Ushers should be prepared to arrive at the venue at 45 minutes before showtime and stay through intermission.