Literary Intern for Cimientos Program
Love literary writing? Love theater production?
Become a Literary Intern for our Cimientos Program!
Cimientos is play development program that grants playwrights the opportunity to develop a new, never-before produced play through a community of cutting-edge theater artists.
As IATI's Cimientos Literary Intern you should:
-Commit to a part-time Internship (10-15hrs/week depending on availability).
-Engage in dramaturgical conversations with playwrights to support the further development of the texts chosen for IATI’s Cimientos program.
-Translate plays from Spanish into English and vice versa using platforms and the support of IATI’s staff.
-Attend 10 meetings with selected playwrights for Cimientos 2022 (workshops with playwrights will start December 1st until February 23rd with a break in the middle).
-Attend 10 staged readings during the Cimientos readings festival (mid-June 2022)
-As IATI’s Literary intern, you will gain exposure to creative writing in English and Spanish from an international team of playwrights.
-Internship will start on December 1, 2021 and conclude in mid-June 2022.
-IATI’s Artistic Staff is willing to work with the intern to make this internship valid for college credit for Spring semester 2022.
For full consideration, applications should be received by November 21, 2021.
This Internship is designed provide real world experience of professional theater to aspiring theater and literary administrators, as well as producers.
HOW TO APPLY
Please e-mail a one-page cover letter and an CV to email@example.com AND firstname.lastname@example.org. For inquiries about this internship, send an email to email@example.com.
For the first 2 months meeting should be online. However, as we get closer to Spring in-person meetings and events will resume. At this time, we will ask for proof of vaccine and will require staff to follow CDC guidelines. Please visit our page for full COVID-19 protocols. http://www.iatitheater.org/covid_19_updates
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About IATI Theater
64 E. 4th Street, 2nd. Floor, New York, NY 10003, US
Our mission is to perform and promote our contemporary Latino heritage through full productions in theater, music and dance, as well as staged readings and workshops, serving as a bridge between artists and underserved communities in our New York home in the East Village on national and international tours.
IATI is a New York-based, non-profit performing arts organization established in 1968, dedicated to serve all audiences in Spanish and English languages. Our vision is to bring art into the lives of those in poverty, ethnic and cultural isolation. Therefore, our artists address contemporary issues of broad human interest and frame them in an appropriate cultural context of powerful social impact to provoke introspection and social awareness. We are also devoted to the emergence of new artistic talents in the disciplines of theater, music and dance, providing training and encouraging the fulfillment of artistic potential.
IATI may be small, but we are brave. We are artistic adventurers. Never shying away from the unknown, but fearlessly venturing into the new.
We take risks because we believe you can’t create something new without going somewhere that makes you a little bit uncomfortable. Some may say we’re a little different. We call it vanguardia. Just look at our award-winning repertoire of comedies and dramas that highlight thought-provoking and universal issues of the human experience.
The Latin American culture is one of drama, sensuality, and laughter. We’re passionate about our Latin American roots. We believe cultural exploration is part of what makes our work so rich and relevant, whether it is dance, theater, or music.
We’re always asking questions. We’re never satisfied with the status quo. It’s the secret to how we find the extraordinary.
64 East 4th StreetNew York, NY 10003
November 8, 2021
- Theater Arts
- Arts Administration
- Reading / Writing
- Must be at least 18
- A 15 hours per week from December 1, 2021 to mid-June 2022.
- -High school diploma required. In pursuit of college degree preferable. -Being fluent in Spanish and English (native or near-native proficiency) -A strong interest in literary writing and theater production -Ability to work as a team