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Posted: Saturday, January 21, 2017 12:17 AM


Tiny Little Band is looking for a smart, organized, adventurer with a taste for the off-beat who's excited to help out with the artistic and administrative work of collaborative theater-making. We're putting up a show in February, and we need your help!

Here's a basic rundown of the internship experience:
-Help with artistic research ("We need videos of Italian clowns - go!")
-Assist with and sit in on rehearsals.
-Run Tiny Little Band's social media accounts, and help develop marketing strategies and audience outreach.
-Learn about and take part in the day-to-day operations of running a non-profit theater company.
-Learn about Tiny Little Band's unique process of collaborative theater-making.

If you're helping us, we want to help you. Tiny Little Band is all about kindness and reciprocity. We'll pay you a monthly travel stipend, but we mean it when we say we want to get to know you, and for you to be as involved as you can be. We need your help through the end of February, but if it's working out well, we'd be happy to find a way to keep you on board.

A bit more about Tiny Little Band:
Tiny Little Band is the collaboration between Jerry Lieblich (playwright) and Stefanie Abel Horowitz (director). Our work is collaborative from day one, when we gather a group of artists to ask some tough questions. A finished Tiny Little Band script comes after nearly two years of discussions, games, arguments, puzzles, improvisations, and daydreams. Our work is centered on feeling – what is it to feel, say, scared? Or anxious? Or unclear about which way to go in life? We have these words for feeling but they are blunt and overused. What we aim to study in our work is the kinetic, sensual experience of feeling. What does feeling actually feel like?

Our last show, GHOST STORIES, played a sold out run at Cloud City, and received rave reviews in TimeOut NY (Critic's Pick) and Culturebot. We've also developed and shown work at The Chocolate Factory, Ars Nova, HERE Arts Center, and Dixon Place. Individually, we've had our work performed and developed at Playwrights Horizons, The Vineyard, Soho Rep, New Dramatists, Clubbed Thumb, Page 73, BAX, The Lark and basements and living rooms all around the city. Learn more at

Our upcoming show, YOUR HAIR LOOKED GREAT, will premiere at Abrons Arts Center in February 2017. The show is a kaleidoscopic head-trip through the social and cultural forces that shape our sense of what life is and what life should be. It's a wild mashup of TED-style talks, motivational speeches, ancient Greek theater, and whatever other nonsense we could get our hands on. We want your help making it the best it can be.

Email a cover letter and resume to We look forward to meeting you!

• Location: Brooklyn

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