PLEASE NOTE: Next internship positions will be available for Fall 2017.
At English On Stage, internships are available for those men and women who have studied in the field of theater and would like to gain experience in various aspects of an established professional English-language theater while in Israel. Interns from abroad are also welcomed, and have the chance to do a bit of everything with the theater. Since English On Stage includes a small troupe and staff, interns can gain direct experience in various fields, including stage production, assistant directing, writing, marketing, set & costume design, acting, and more. With workshops and performances all over the country, interns will also get a chance to travel across Israel with English On Stage’s productions.
Internships are available through internship programs (i.e. Masa or Career Israel). In some cases, independent internships are also available.
Contact us for requirements and more information, or apply by completing our Internship Application Form.
Take a look at our first intern’s experiences in the video below, and scroll down to read more about our previous and current interns.
INTERN HALL OF FAME:
KAYLA R. (Interned Feb. – Jul., 2013)
Kayla is English On Stage’s first intern, and sets the internship standards high! Kayla was born and raised in California. She started college at IDC Hertzliya and finished her degree and the University of Washington, and studied drama at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. With a passion for theater and a love for Israel, Kayla and English On Stage were the perfect fit. She loves helping with all aspects of English On Stage– from acting to marketing to event planning to stage managing. The experience she has gained– and the fun she has had– as an intern have been invaluable, and her tremendous hard work and dedication has clearly influenced and advanced all aspects of English On Stage.
ASHLEY G. (Interned Nov. 2013 – Jan. 2014)
Ashley’s performance credits include To Know, Know, Know Me (Off-Broadway), Peter Pan, The Pajama Game, Fiddler on the Roof, Exorcism on Aisle Five (actor, dance captain, asst choreographer), Singin’ in the Rain. Additionally, she worked in the costume shop at Plays in the Park, was a costume intern at Timberlake Studios in NYC, and designed costumes for The Diary of Anne Frank at NYU. Training includes: The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, HB Studios, SUNY Purchase, Columbia University, and NYU, her actual Alma mater (graduated with a degree in linguistics). Ashley is also an accomplished vegan baker and blogger.
BEN D. (Interned Dec. 2013 – Jan.2014)
Ben is in his third year as a BFA Theatre Arts candidate at the Boston University School of Theatre. A student of playwriting & acting, Ben made his professional stage debut in 2012 in Mistakes Were Made (Black Radish Theatre Company). Other Boston credits: Sam Shepard’s Back Bog Beast Bait, Tennessee Williams’s The Case of Crushed Petunias, and Jason Grote’s Hamilton Township. Boston playwriting credits include The Passion of the Bin-Laden, Nelson Saves Dinner, and The Whitmores–which, as of Jan. 2014, has achieved semi-finalist status at the Eugene O’Neill Center’s National Playwrights Conference in Connecticut. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Ben will be relocating from Israel to Arezzo, Italy to study physical theatre and movement at the world-renowned Accademia dell’Arte.
NINA C. (Interned Feb. – Jul., 2014)
Born and raised in New York City, Nina studied acting at Shetler Studios and Barrow Group Theatre Co., graduating with a degree in Media Studies & English From Queens College while pursuing acting and play writing. Performance credits include Suburbia, Caucasion Chalk Circle, Dark Play or Stories for Boys, Two Gentlemen of Verona, and Macbeth, to name a few. She’s interned as Assis. Dir. at Theatre for the New City on the world premier of the Off Broadway Prod. The Starry Messenger. Nina also has a passion for travel and has a blog, “Exploring with Vitastraveler”. While working with English on Stage, Nina uses each aspect of her passions to create and evolve with a theatre company that is open to entertaining, educating and expressing itself through multiple mediums of technology and the stage, bringing together an accessible wide variety of entertainment for all ages.
ELIANA G. (Interned Jun.-Aug. 2014)
Eliana was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, and is currently a BA theater major and business minor at Columbus State University. Performance credits include Comedy of Errors, Varney the Vampire, Almost Maine, and Fearful Symmetry. Eliana’s other interests include her own recycled jewelry business, Nutz.E, sold in Atlanta local stores and art festivals.
EMILY G. (Interned Jun.-Aug. 2014)
Emily is a Junior at Ohio University, currently studying Communications. Her passion has always been theater. She had the privileged of performing in numerous shows during her studies, including Rent, Guys and Dolls, Into The Woods, The Wedding Singer, Opera Scenes, and Spring Awakening. Though her major does not directly relate to the arts, Emily is determined to keep it a large part of her life and enjoys expanding her knowledge and ability with English On Stage.
EMILY B. (Interned Jun.-Aug., 2015)
Emily came to English on Stage from Los Angeles California. She is a graduate of the University of Southern California in dramatic arts. Emily teaches improvisation to children and volunteers her time in schools putting on youth productions. She also performs improv and stand-up comedy with Upright Citizens brigade, as well as pursues acting and dance in Los Angeles.
SHIRI G. (Interned Jun.-Aug., 2015)
Shiri is a Junior at the University of Pittsburgh, double majoring in Psychology & Theatre Arts. She enjoys performing in every opportunity; ceremonies, musicals, films, and TV shows. As suggested by her name, Shiri adores singing. She was blessed to perform in Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, as well as in Annie. Smile!, Mon-oy-logues, and 20/40 Twenty Plays in 40 Minutes. Shiri is incredibly happy to be a part of the English On Stage team, where she can contribute and grow professionally.
NATALIE C. (Interned Nov.-Dec., 2015)
Natalie is from Boca Raton, Florida where she began her theatrical career at Little Palm Family theater. One of her favorite roles was as Zero in The Night Before Christmas. In High School, Natalie discovered that she enjoyed being behind the scenes as much as performing. Since joining English On Stage she’s been able to try other theater aspects as well. Natalie is also passionate about photography and enjoys recording performances, sunsets, and the lives of her friends.
ZACK G. (Interned June – Aug. 2016)
Zack currently lives in Toronto, Canada, and is a BA Honours student at the University of Windsor. With a passion for both Arts Management and Stage Management, Zack came to English On Stage to get to know what it’s like to work for a company in a completely different culture, and he was pleasantly satisfied with the results! As an SM and ASM, past credits include The Shape of Things by Neil LaBute, An Experiment With An Air Pump by Shelagh Stephenson and To Moscow by Karen Sunde. Zack has also worked as House Manager for University Players for three years, which is where his love for Box Office and Admin come from. Zack would like to thank Meirav and everyone at EOS for such an incredible opportunity!