Production Apprenticeship Program
Apprentices fulfill crew responsibilities for productions in the DNA Theater. This includes but is not limited to the following: Changing the theater from classroom to theater orientation daily, operating sound and light boards, hanging and focusing lights, laying dance floors, moving scenery and props, operating rigging, performing as stage manager, and cleaning/maintaining the theater. Candidates must demonstrate a strong interest and willingness to learn these activities, as prior experience and knowledge is not required. They should be detail oriented, organized, and effective time managers. Applicants should also be able to lift up to 50 pounds and be comfortable working at heights of 10 feet on a ladder.
Stipend of $7.25/hour; 10 class card for every 40 hours worked
Be part of a crew that works half of the productions occurring over a six month period.
Standard Work Hours
How to Apply
Anna Adams Stark, Production Coordinator
212.625.8369 ext. 212
The Production Apprenticeship Program (PAP) is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.