CSC Internships

2018 Summer Intern Project: Macbeth

Our 2018 Summer Intern Company has been working diligently over the past few months on professional development, acting masterclasses, and experiential study in classical theatre. Come support their efforts as they put on a production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth directed by CSC’s Director, The Studio, Gerrad Alex Taylor.

2018 Intern Company:
Assistant Director – David Gumino, Johns Hopkins University Class of 2019
Stage Manager – Olivia Leenhouts, High Point University Class of 2020
Costume Designer – Destiny Harris, UMBC Class of 2018
Sound Designer/Macduff/Duncan – Tim Neil, Towson University Class of 2018
Macbeth – Alec Yamartino, High Point University Class of 2019
Lady Macbeth – Sydney Thomas, Johns Hopkins University Class of 2020
First Witch/Seyton – Abigail Funk, UMBC Class of 2018
Second Witch/Lady Macduff – Ceili Lang, High Point University Class of 2018
Third Witch/Ross – Christine Watt, High Point University Class of 2020
Banquo/Macduff’s Son – Owen Halstad, Pomona College Class of 2021
Malcolm – Sebastian D. Durfee, Johns Hopkins University Class of 2020

About Chesapeake Shakespeare Company:

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company has become one of the nation’s 20 largest professional Shakespeare companies, with a five to seven show artistic season in two Maryland locations and an expansive education mission. We remain passionately dedicated to the idea that Shakespeare is for everyone. Serving Baltimore and the surrounding regions, CSC has become the largest provider of theatre learning programs in Maryland, serving more than 10,000 students a year and constantly expanding our education offerings to meet the demands of our growing community. Our internship opportunities provide an additional gateway to the learning and growth of pre-professionals interested in hands-on experience.

If you are interested in working with a CSC internship, please CLICK HERE to fill out an application so we can learn more about your interests and area(s) of study. Your information will be added to our database and someone from the company will be in touch about possible opportunities.

“This program was a huge part of my transition from college to working as a professional theatre artist. I learned so much and made life-long friendships and special connections”
-Kate Forton

Photos from L-R:
Jordan Dallam, Highpoint University, 2016 Acting Intern
Lady Tatum, Morgan State University, 2018 Lighting Intern
Kate Forton, Gettysburg College, 2013 Tech Intern & 2014 Acting Intern