Davenport Theatrical is not currently seeking candidates for full-time employment. Interested candidates may apply year round for internships available in each of our departments.


Davenport Theatrical Enterprises is always looking for qualified candidates for our Internship Program. We are seeking interns in all areas of our office. Internships are available for the Summer (Late May-August), Fall (September-December), and Spring (January-May). You must be willing to commit to at least 20 hours a week (weekdays and weekends are available), however, preference is given to those candidates who can commit to full-time internships. A stipend is paid upon successful completion of the Internship Program.

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The Executive Intern works with Ken Davenport’s Executive Assistant. Responsibilities include copy editing/proofreading, answering phones, managing investor and company data, research projects and maintaining the general upkeep of the office space. The Executive Intern must have strong verbal and written communication skills, friendly phone demeanor, be attentive to detail, and must be knowledgeable about the theater industry and Broadway community. Opportunities will be available to attend readings, seminars, and other office events. Knowledge of Microsoft Excel, HTML and WordPress is a plus. Applicants should be eager to learn, able to take initiative, and ready to jump in wherever needed.

Positions available: One full time.

The General Management/Finance Intern assists in both General and Company Management and the day-to-day financial operations of Davenport Theatrical. Duties include filing, running reports, house seat requests, shadowing the company manager at shows and any other projects as they arise, such as reviewing/proofreading contracts and other documents, data entry, etc. Throughout the internship, the intern will get an overview of Ovation and Telecharge ticketing systems. The ideal candidate is interested in a career in company or general management, and is proficient in Microsoft Excel. Experience with QuickBooks is a plus.

Positions available: Two part time or full time. Some weekend and evening availability preferred.

The Group Sales Intern at Davenport Theatrical Enterprises reports directly to the Director of Group Sales. The intern’s responsibilities include (but are not limited to): management of social media accounts, website updates and design management, research and outreach through cold calling and email, and operational and administrative support. The candidate must be technologically savvy and should possess knowledge of current Broadway and Off-Broadway shows. Applicants should be proficient with Microsoft Excel, social media platforms and Internet research. Experience with WordPress, web design and copy-writing a plus. Additional perks for this position include free tickets to Broadway and Off-Broadway productions, previews and readings.

Positions available: One part-time or full time.

The Marketing Intern at Davenport Theatrical Enterprises reports directly to the Marketing Director and the Marketing Assistant. The intern’s responsibilities include (but are not limited to) participating in brainstorms for creative marketing, promotion and social media strategies, compiling research, managing outreach and documentation for various marketing and promotional opportunities, overseeing posting, communication and brand engagement online through social media and creating basic reports summarizing marketing and advertising initiatives. The ideal candidate is a passionate and creative thinker with a love for theater and the arts who is a self-starter with strong follow-through and the ability to juggle multiple projects/deadlines. Applicants should have a basic understanding of social media channels and practices and must possess strong communication skills, as well as proficiency in Microsoft Office, Excel, and PowerPoint. Experience with Photoshop is a plus.

Positions available: One part-time or full time.

The Theatre Operations Intern works with both the Davenport Theatre House Manager and Operations Manager and will gain a “nuts and bolts” experience of managing an Off Broadway theater. Responsibilities include general office support, answering phones, communicating with employees, patrons and clients, providing support in preparing the theater for new productions as needed, and assisting house management during performances. The Theatre Operations Intern must have strong customer service and communication skills, solid problem solving skills, and must be attentive to detail. Technical skills and comfort with basic tools is a plus. Opportunities will be available to attend readings, seminars, and other office events. Applicants should be eager to learn, able to take initiative, and ready to jump into any project.

Positions available: One part-time or full time. Some weekend and evening availability preferred.

The Creative Development Intern reads scripts and sees readings on behalf of the company and reports to the Director of Creative Development through written feedback coverage. Other duties include researching venues and shows, seeking out marketing opportunities for creative development services, and assisting with artistic networking events and classes.  Applicants should have a background in writing and theatrical critique, interest or knowledge in current shows/writers, and strong communication skills.

Positions available: One part-time or full time. Flexible hours are available, including evenings and weekends.


“As the advertising sales assistant, I was given the opportunity to interact with clients and spearhead projects on my own. Knowing that I was solely responsible for such important business transactions allowed me to feel like an integral part of the Davenport Team. Being able to work directly with members of the staff taught me more about the theater industry and how it operates on a day to day basis than I could have ever imagined. It was truly a pleasure to have worked at Davenport!” – Alex Piechota, Former Ad Sales Intern

“Working with Davenport, I had opportunities I’ve never thought I’d have, including helping backstage with our shows, meeting important people in the industry, and being invited to exclusive performances and readings. How many college students can say that they’ve worked on Broadway show?! I will always treasure what I have learned at Davenport Theatrical–It was the perfect place to being my budding career. – Rachel Kaufman, Former Marketing Intern

“Working as the General Management Intern, I had the awesome opportunity to work with the company and general managers of Davenport Theatrical. Thinking quickly on my feet, trying to solve a problem (especially one involving STAR System), is probably the most important lesson I’ll be taking away from this experience.” – Anna Barth, Former General Management Intern

“As the Executive Intern, I was lucky to have the opportunity to interact with Ken Davenport on a daily basis and to get an inside look into the production of both Broadway and Off-Broadway shows. I’d come to work each day with a new skill to master, theatre professional to meet, or task to accomplish – from running the Godspell Open Call, researching court cases, to emailing Congressmen. In addition to the knowledge I acquired, I’m also grateful for the access to free tickets to various performances throughout New York, readings, master classes, and even a Tony Awards Party!” – Jenny Gorelick, Former Executive Intern

“I feel so fortunate that I was able to take my internship at Davenport Theatrical and turn it into a career. The thing that sets an internship with DTE apart from so many others is that you get an unprecedented amount of hands-on experience in so many areas. I can’t think of a better place to take your passion for theater and turn it into a career.” – Ben Skinner, Former Marketing Intern

“Interning at Davenport Theatrical was my first step into the world of theater. What I saw as a first step turned out to be a giant leap! My first week consisted of a Broadway show opening, delivering packages to every stage door in the Theater District, and learning how Internet marketing and web design contribute to the success of a show. This is an amazing office, a creative environment, and a wonderful place to learn about all aspects of theater.” – Marie Gossman, Former Online Marketing Intern