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Reviewed by: Anonymous    Last updated: Oct 05, 2015 Percentile: [?] 68 Score/Grade: 78% / Satisfactory
About this reviewer: About this Internship:
They had worked on 6-10 shows (0 of them paid) before taking this internship. Internship started: May 20, 2014 Ended: August 17, 2014
They had completed some college. Unions: AEA or AGMA
They were not required to take this internship by their school. Term of internship: Full season
They found this internship through an Advisor or Teacher. Number of productions: 2
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: No
Ratings
Educational Value Satisfactory Networking Value Satisfactory
33% of assigned tasks were new to the reviewer. They saw saw improvement on 100% of their tasks. They rated their improvement at an average of 1.6 out of 3. Increased network by an average of 10 people per show.
Return on Investment Excellent Hindsight Satisfactory
Internship was Paid. Benefits: Housing, Comp tickets
Work schedule was: 6 days per week, for an average of 8 hours per day.
This internship has not led to subsequent jobs.
Respondent would recommend this internship to others.
Rehearsal Experiences Below Average Performance Experiences Below Average
Observed: Call union breaks, Create rehearsal reports, Create run sheets, Enforce union rules, Maintain or Create Prompt Book, Photo call, Scheduling, Script changes or cuts, Track choreography or large group blocking
Hands-On: On book, Preset, Scene Shifts, Tape a floor, Track blocking, Work One-on-one with performers
Observed: Called show, Fight call, Quick changes, Rail, Understudy rehearsal
Hands-On: Deck crew, Food props, Operate boards or cue lights, Outdoor performance, Preset, Tour
Focus Complete Diversity of Experience Low
This internship was supposed to be specifically in stage management.
The intern worked in a stage management capacity on 2 shows, and in other departments on 0 shows
Observed: Hang/focus
Hands-On: Rapid changeover, Scenic/Scene painting, Set carpentry
Avoidance of Non-Educational Tasks: Satisfactory Robustness: Below Average
Assigned tasks: Clean paintbrushes, Load-in, Photocopies, Sort screws/clean scene shop, Strike set 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: Designated mentor/supervisor, Seminars or lectures