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Seeking Summer/Fall intern!

June 24, 2015 | By | No Comments">No Comments

General Admission needs a hand and we’re hoping you might be interested! Please review the information below and, if you think this sounds like fun, send Tyler your resume and a short email cover letter at


The Executive Producer of General Admission seeks a PODCAST PRODUCTION AND ADMINISTRATION INTERN to suppor the show’s social media, marketing, season planning and related administrative activities.


We’re looking for a self-starter who can also take direction. You should be someone who isn’t afraid to ask for clarification or guidance should something be unclear. Art, performance and podcasts should excite you. It’s a bonus if you love Chicago!


10 hours / week from July 1st to October 31st.


This is an unpaid internship, however the individual selected will be a crucial member of a small team making a podcast for a major podcasting network (WBEZ). It’s an excellent opportunity to learn the podcasting ropes, gain valuable experience and network with members of the team.

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Handing Off The Baby: Vinnie Lacey’s Five Years at Chicago Fringe

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Vinnie Lacey, former Executive Director of Chicago Fringe.

Vinnie Lacey, Executive Director of Chicago Fringe.

“Shit, that’s the most enthusiastic volunteer I’ve ever seen,” someone behind me exclaims as Vinnie Lacey bolts off stage. I laugh to myself. If I hadn’t already met Chicago Fringe’s Executive Director, I probably would have reacted the same way. Read More

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Straight To Your Heart: Peter Moore on Caroline Neff, Simon Stephens, & the Steep Theatre Aesthetic

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This article works as a supplement to one of our recent WBEZ podcast episodes, in which hosts Tyler and Don interview Chicago storefront staple Caroline Neff. Check that out by clicking HERE!


Peter Moore is an emotional guy—at least in terms of his artistry. Co-Founder and Artistic Director of one of Chicago’s finest ensemble-based theatre companies, Peter usually relies on instinct when he and the Steep Theatre team sit down to select the challenging, quirky, and sometimes dark plays for which the company has earned its reputation. For him, the plays must possess meaty ensemble roles, portray “ordinary human beings in extraordinary circumstances,” and connect with him on a visceral level. Read More

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