General Management Internship at 321 Theatrical Management:

321 Theatrical Management currently accepts resumes for 3 full-time General Management internship positions each “semester,” for those individuals focusing on a career in general management, company management, producing, and arts administration.

321 Theatrical Management is an administrative, General Management office that oversees producing, managing, and maintaining Broadway shows and National Tours. 

The 321 Theatrical Management internship program offers an intensive look at commercial theatrical management including seminars led by 321 staff members in areas such as finance, contracts, budgeting, investment, and company management. The ideal intern will thrive in an office setting rather than in the rehearsal studio and must have an interest in the management side of theatre. This internship is not beneficial to those pursuing a career as a performer, but rather those with an interest in general management, company management, arts administration, or producing. Candidates should be prepared to contribute to the heavy administrative needs that a general management office requires, and have the ability to adapt quickly in an ever-changing environment.

Basic Responsibilities:

  • • Answering phones, handling mail, copying, scanning, filing, running errands

  • • Computer assignments, conducting research, contributing to various reports

  • • Preparation of payroll distribution for our shows, assisting our finance department in preparing for audits

  • • Additional unique projects, working directly with company managers and general managers, are assigned as needed.

Necessary skills:

  • • Ability to multi-task

  • • Must be computer literate and have basic-to-intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. 

  • • Self-motivated, responsible, well-spoken, organized, and detail oriented

  • • Previous office experience is preferred. 

Internship Specializations - Each of our General Management interns will be assigned a specialization area. Please indicate in your application which specialization(s) you would like to be considered for:

  1. 1. Company Management/General Management

  2. 2. Marketing/Group Sales/General Management

  3. 3. Finance/General Management

Semesters and application deadlines:

  • Winter/Spring semester internships begin early January and run through early June (beginning and end dates flexible.) Applicants should submit their cover letters and resumes during the month of October before the Winter/Spring semester they would like to apply for.

  • Summer semester internships begin early June and run through the end of August (beginning and end dates flexible.) Applicants should submit their cover letters and resumes during the month of February before the Summer semester they would like to apply for.

  • Fall semester internships begin end of August and run through early January (beginning and end dates flexible.) Applicants should submit their cover letters and resumes during the month of June, before the Fall semester they would like to apply for.

Office Hours:
Monday through Friday, 10am – 6pm. We are currently giving preference to applicants with full-time availability.

Compensation:
Each intern will receive a weekly stipend.

College Credit:
If you are a student seeking to fulfill a course requirement/credit through this internship, 321 Theatrical Management will be happy to fill out any necessary paperwork.

Perks:
Interns are able to shadow company managers for our productions in New York, as well as observe other aspects of the business including production development, stage management, advertising and marketing. Interns are offered approximately 15 seminars per semester, led by 321 staff members in their various areas of expertise. In addition, interns receive comp offers to shows when available.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to resumes@321mgt.com.  In your cover letter, please confirm your availability (full-time or part-time and list part-time hours), the date you are available to start, the date you would need to end by (if applicable), and a brief statement about your career goals and why you believe this internship will help you achieve them. Please also specify which internship specialization(s) you would like to be considered for.

Due to the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to every applicant. If you need to follow up, please do so by e-mail and do not call the office regarding the status of your application.