Current Internships

Available Internships

Face-Off Theatre Company

The Theatre Arts Department has a partnership with local theatre company, Face-Off Theatre for student internships. Past student internships have included Stage Management and Administrative Assistance.

Face-Off Theatre Company is the theatre company of the Black Arts & Cultural Center of Kalamazoo. They work to uplift the work and stories of Black artists. They have been producing a full season of shows since 2015.

Available Positions: Stage Manager, Administrative Intern, and more

Farmers Alley Theatre Company

The Theatre Arts Department has also partnered with Farmers Alley Theatre to provide student internships.

Farmers Alley Theatre is a small professional theatre in downtown Kalamazoo. Established in 2008, Farmers Alley produces a full season and professional actors and designers in their productions.

Available Positions: Administrative Intern, Design Assistants, Acting, Assistant Directing, and more.

Theatre Communications Group (TCG)

TCG is perfect for students who want to know what a non-profit theatre is like and how it works. For more information and to apply, visit TCG’s Internship Program page.

The Ko Festival of Performance is Seeking Summer Interns

The festival will take place on the Amherst College campus in Amherst, MA for the month of July with a departure on August 12. Internship dates may be somewhat flexible. Interns are housed on campus with the artists in a wonderful mansion.

Application forms and further information are available at the Ko Festival website. The process is competitive and we have only 8-10 slots which we fill on a rolling basis, so it is to the applicant’s advantage to get their materials in as soon as possible.


Email Artistic Director, Sabrina Hamilton at or call 413.427.6147.

Finding Internships in Your Area

Having a hard time finding an internship advertised in your area?

Try reaching out to community theatres and performing arts centers near you. Odds are they would accept your offer to assist them over the summer- but don’t expect significant compensation.