Advertising poster, internship offer, activities, basic requirements, school, summer break, employer
This is an advertising poster for an internship, during the summer school holidays, for high school students.
[...] Activities From mid-May through August, you will move across departments. You will prepare stage front by setting all props as planned (nothing is worse than a disoriented comedian), work in the backwings and learn how sound recording and lights function, and be assigned extra or secondary roles. The internship is part-time, with schedule varying from 8 am to 11 pm, and is payed 0.15% of receipts from commercial performances, which can fairly amount to $2,500 a month. Long-term benefit Beside earning a little money during summer break, mentioning our school in your résumé will make an impressive effect to your future employers, as proof of your significant training. [...]
[...] Basic requirements A director must have an insight of every aspect of the stage to produce the perfect result, and so must you. Everyone has their own specialties, but you should be able to act as a character, which includes decent enunciation, physical ease and memory. You should also be curious and creative in terms of both story-line and equipment for the scenery and various accessories. At last, a sense of professionalism is expected for live performances, a play can be ruined in an instant . [...]
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