My self-designed summer internship at Links Hall in Chicago started last week, and already I’m feeling useful. Starting on June 19th Links Hall is presenting their original production, River See, so it’s all hands on deck. So far, I’ve created unique and personal welcome packets for all the out-of-town performers that will be visiting, updated information about the show on their mobile app, and helped to organize ticket sales for students and industry members. I’ve also had a few side projects related to future shows, mostly involving the mobile app and emailing performers for information about their shows. It’s been fun so far, and I’m learning a lot about marketing for now. I expect once the show is over I’ll start learning about other areas of theater management.
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