Watford Palace Theatre Announced as one of four Regional Producer Apprenticeship Hosts for Stage One's Scheme
14 November 2016
The Stage One Apprentice Scheme offers unique hands-on training and development opportunities within established producing companies for outstanding entrepreneurial individuals.
Watford Palace Theatre is delighted to have been announced alongside Citizens Theatre, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Bristol Old Vic and Watford Palace Theatre as hosts for the Stage One's Regional Apprenticeships in 2017.
The Stage One Producers Apprentice Scheme offers unique hands-on training and development opportunities within established producing companies for outstanding entrepreneurial individuals.
Jamie Arden, Executive Director, Watford Palace Theatre said:
“Watford Palace Theatre are delighted to be selected to host the Stage One Regional Producer Apprentice Scheme. Over the years I have always been impressed with the professionalism and entrepreneurial flair shown from the new producers who become involved in the excellent Stage One programmes and we look forward to working with the Apprentice Producer over the next stage of our own programme development. Through a very hands on approach and fulfilling practical experience in our busy Producing Theatre - working on a variety of exciting Theatre projects that we have on the horizon - we are thrilled to be supporting this placement, nurturing a blossoming career and sparking their creativity as a new Producer.”
Applications for 2017/18 Apprentice's are open now via the Stage One website Monday 14th November. Deadline for applications is Monday 19th December.
The Apprentice Scheme is supported by The Society of London Theatre, The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, The Agency, The Garrick Trust, David Dein, Luke Johnson and Andrew Treagus Associates.