COLORADO SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
Founded in 1958, The Colorado Shakespeare Festival (CSF) is the second-oldest Shakespeare festival in the country and is recognized nationally (named one of the top three Shakespeare festivals in the nation by TIME Magazine in 1992). A professional, Equity Guest Artist and non-Equity summer theatre festival, CSF presents four to five productions each summer in repertory in the Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre and the University Theatre.
Since the early 1980s, CU graduate students have been chosen each year to serve as dramaturgs working directly with the summer directors. Students may also serve as assistant directors, depending on qualifications. CU graduate and undergraduate students are eligible to apply for summer work in acting, management, costumes, crafts, etc. During the academic year, other internship/employment opportunities exist with CSF.
For more information on CSF, check out their website: