BLP Internship- Summer 2019 Application
Broken Leg Productions is seeking highly-motivated high school age students for our summer 2019 internship program. Interns will join the staff and assist in the day to day operation of our two middle school programs and our high school/ college program. We are seeking students with a background in theatre arts and leadership. Interns will be expected to attend the program daily. We may select different interns to staff the two programs or may select the same for the duration of summer.

Dates for all four programs can be found on the Summer 2019 registration page.

Interns are asked to be at camp daily, though with prior notification of conflicts, interns will be permitted to miss up to three camp days. In addition to normal hours there are also a number of outside of camp events which interns are encouraged and asked to attend (including set painting and construction, special events, tech weekend, etc.)

Interns must be at least 14 years old.

Please fill out the following application as thoroughly as possible by April 15th, 2019. Late applications will not be accepted. Once your application has been received we will be in touch! Thank you for your interest!

If you have any questions please email summer@brokenlegproductions.com

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Parent(s) or Legal Guardian's Name *
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Email *
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Street Address *
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Which position(s) are you interested in? *
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Please list any previous theatre/performance experience, or attach your resume.List performance, production or technical credits.
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Please list any related training, such as dance, voice, music, gymnastics, etc.,including years, level, location and type, where appropriate (e.g., style of dance, such as tap, jazz or ballet):
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Have you participated in Broken Leg Productions before? If so, how did your experience influence your desire to apply for this position? If not, what led you to apply for this position?
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Have you participated in any other arts programs (school, community theatre, etc.)? What was your role? Please be specific
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Do you foresee any potential calendar conflicts with any camp days, camp-related events or performances (interns are allowed to miss three camp days as longs as they are not during the last two weeks & have given prior notification)?
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Interns can sometimes have a difficult time drawing the line between themselves and campers, this can be tricky since you may have friends in the program as campers. Are you comfortable with respecting boundaries, distance and being someone in a leadership position with campers you may already know and have friendships or family ties with? How would you best navigate this?
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Are you someone who dives into a situation looking for things to do or are you someone who waits for instruction and guidance?
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Have you ever been in a leadership position? Do you feel that you are someone who can lead and whom students can learn from?
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If you felt a fellow intern was not living up to their potential, how would you handle that situation?
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Is there a specific staff position (director, music director, choreographer, tech director, stage manager, production manager, etc.) you are drawn to? Please explain your choice.
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How have theatrical arts influenced you? Do you foresee yourself pursuing fine or performing arts in college and/or after college?
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What’s your favorite musical or play? why?
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Do you feel comfortable lifting and moving heavy objects? Do you have any backstage experience on set crew, etc.
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How would you approach and deal with a conflict between two campers?
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Scenario: It’s a day at camp and the senior staff doesn’t have anything specific for you to do. What would you do with your day?
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What do you feel your strengths are and how will they benefit you in working with BLP? What is an area you foresee BLP helping you improve upon?
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What do you feel your strengths are and how will they benefit you in working with BLP? What is an area you foresee BLP helping you improve upon?
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Why do you want to be an intern with BLP this coming summer? What is a goal you’d like to achieve through this internship?
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