top of page

Resources for Theater & Performing Art Students

Theater & Performing Art students! We've done the work for you. These resources can help you figure out your next career move.


Being in school doesn't mean you should wait to start your career. Whether it be a theater internship, a stage production internship or an internship with a performance artist you need to plan ahead. Kickstart your career by doing creative summer internships now.


  • Theater Internships

  • Acting Internships

  • Dance Internships

  • Performance Artist Studio Internships

  • Choreography Internships

  • Theater/Film Direction Internships

  • Stage Management Internships

  • Lighting Design/Special Effects Internships

  • Playwright Internships

  • Production Internships

  • Artistic Direction Internships

  • Set Design Internships

  • Booking Agency Internships


  • Theater/Dance/Performing Arts Companies

  • Non for profit Theaters

  • Commercial Theaters

  • Booking Agencies

  • Cultural Institutions

  • Theater/TV/Film Production Companies



  • Showbiz Jobs - search engine for all types of jobs in the entertainment industry.

  • Theater Job Boards - Theatre Job Board is an online listing of off-stage, backstage, front-of-house, box-office, technical, creative administrative & educational job openings and more!

  • Playbill - Find your next theatre job here, with casting calls, acting auditions, performing arts administrative, design, technical, stage, internships and other Broadway opportunities.

  • Offstage Jobs - This job board offers a compilation of the most recent listings for available positions in the theater world.


  • Playbill Online - this site provides a wealth of information for both theatergoers and professionals.

  • Broadway World - is a theatre news website based in New York City that publishes daily coverage of Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional, and international theatre.

  • NovoResume - a user-friendly online resume builder that also shares insightful articles.

  • The Playwrights Center - an incubator of new work for the stage, and the nation’s most powerful resource for playwrights

  • Theatre Communications Group - The national organization for the American theatre with over 440 member theaters offers a wide array of services.

  • Actor’s Fund - This amazing resource offers a wealth of information for actors, dancers, musicians, producers, directors, carpenters, stage hands, singers and others in the spotlight and behind the scenes

  • The Lark - is an international theater laboratory based in New York City that is dedicated to supporting playwrights and stories that reflect the vibrancy.


  • Americans for the Arts - is a non profit organization whose primary focus is advancing the arts in the United States

  • American Alliance for Theatre & Education -The mission of AATE is to promote standards of excellence in theatre and theatre education, connecting artists, educators, researchers and scholars with each other, and by providing opportunities for our membership to learn, exchange, expand and diversify their work, the audience and their perspectives.

  • Alliance of Artist Communities - is the service organization for the field of artists’ communities and residencies. They maintain artist residency listings, advocate for artist residency programs and communities, and offer professional development for artists. Their website includes job postings.


Knowledge is power. Make sure you continue improving your understanding of the performing arts industry. Use these resources to further your career goals and access international theater and performing art opportunities.

- Alexa Scull, ArtBound Initiative Team

Join the ArtBound Initiative Program to have access to career coaching from industry advisors. Our program will identify a tailored, global internship based on your career goals. Become part of our professional network of creative professionals. More info about our global internship program at

bottom of page