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Reviewed by: Anonymous    Last updated: Feb 01, 2018 Percentile: [?] 27 Score/Grade: 64% / Below Average
About this reviewer: About this Internship:
They had worked on 6-10 shows (0 of them paid) before taking this internship. Internship started: May 08, 2015 Ended: May 08, 2016
They had completed college. Unions: None.
They were not required to take this internship by their school. Term of internship: Full season
They found this internship through a Regional conference. Number of productions: 6
The internship left them with more interest in stage management. They completed it successfully. Multiple SM Teams: Yes Multiple Venues: Yes
They were not hired by this company afterwards. Internship included Musical Theatre Productions: Yes
Ratings
Educational Value Below Average Networking Value Below Average
11% of assigned tasks were new to the reviewer. They saw saw improvement on 57% of their tasks. They rated their improvement at an average of 1.15 out of 3. Increased network by an average of 5 people per show.
Return on Investment Poor Hindsight Poor
Internship was Paid. Benefits: Housing, Comp tickets
Work schedule was: 6 days per week, for an average of 15 hours per day.
This internship has not led to subsequent jobs.
Respondent would not recommend this internship to others.
Rehearsal Experiences Satisfactory Performance Experiences Good
Observed: Call union breaks, Costume measurements, Enforce union rules, Maintain or Create Prompt Book, Scheduling, Track choreography or large group blocking, Work One-on-one with performers
Hands-On: Create rehearsal reports, Music or Dance rehearsal, Non-traditional performance, Non-traditional staging, On book, Photo call, Preset, Pull rehearsal props, Remount, Scene Shifts, Script changes or cuts, Track blocking, Video call
Observed: Fight call, Projections or supertitles, Understudy put-in, Understudy rehearsal
Hands-On: ASM credit, Deck crew, Follow spot, Food props, Live musicians, Major catastrophe, Non-traditional performance, Operate boards or cue lights, Outdoor performance, Preset, Pyro, Quick changes, Tour, Wardrobe crew, Work with difficult performer/diva, Wrangle children or animals
Focus Complete Diversity of Experience High
This internship was supposed to be specifically in stage management.
The intern worked in a stage management capacity on 6 shows, and in other departments on 0 shows
Observed: Design costumes, Design lights/electrics, Design props, Design set, Design/compose sound, Dramaturg/literary
Hands-On: Arts admin misc, Box office, Build props, Hang/focus, Scenic/Scene painting, Set carpentry, Teaching/mentoring
Avoidance of Non-Educational Tasks: Poor Robustness: Satisfactory
Assigned tasks: Clean paintbrushes, Custodial/janitorial, Distribute reports, Laundry incl. show laundry, Lightwalk, Load-in, Make coffee, Pet care, Photocopies, Pick up food/order food, Sort screws/clean scene shop, Strike set, Take out the trash, Usher/concessions, Valet/Parking lot/Chauffeur Robustness is an assessment of how many tasks the intern performed compared with what was theoretically possible given the length of their internship as well as the company's union status and choice of productions.
The company also offered the following extras: Masterclasses, Shadowing