Louise J. Ober ’64 Internship Program

The Louise J. Ober ’64 Internship Program was established in 2014 through gifts made in memory of Louise (1943-1978) on the occasion of the Class of 1964’s 50th Reunion. Her classmates wished to honor Louise and her accomplishments as an actor, writer, producer, and member of the community at Williams and beyond by providing summer internships in the performing arts, with a preference for students interning with the Williamstown Theatre Festival.

Greer Ingoe Gerney ’25

Greer Ingoe Gerney and fellow interns at the Portland Bach Experience Carnival Concert.

Classical Uprising, Portland Bach Experience, Portland, ME This summer I worked as an arts administration intern for the nonprofit Portland Bach Experience (PBE). The organization’s 
primary programming is a 10-day summer classical music festival with events hosted at different locations across greater southern Maine. PBE’s mission is to make classical… Continue reading »

Carolyn Mielke ’23

Williamstown Theatre Festival, Williamstown, MA This summer, I worked as an audience engagement second assistant for the Williamstown Theatre Festival (WTF), a summer-stock festival that has been based out of Williamstown since 1954. Our 13-person team was responsible for the entire patron experience at the Festival. Our box office team… Continue reading »

Matthew Williamson ’21

Matthew Williamson '21 sorting books

Blue Heron Renaissance Choir, Inc., West Newton, MA My work with the Blue Heron Renaissance Choir this summer was a very interesting experience. I was a part of the administrative team as the organization went through its regular programming process for the 2020-21 season, 
as well as their scheduled strategic… Continue reading »

Phillip Pyle ’22

Phillip Pyle ASIP Photo 1 – Phillip Pyle

Access Theater, New York, NY Jacqueline Christy, Cate Osborne ’21, me, and Laura Lee ’17 celebrating our last day of work in Tribeca. I spent this summer as a film intern for writer, producer, and director Jacqueline Christy at Access All-Media/Theater. While working out of Access Theater in Tribeca… Continue reading »

Carol Almonte ’19

Posing with a Williams College alum and Ars Nova’s General Manager.

Ars Nova, New York, NY Posing with a Williams College alum and Ars Nova’s General Manager. This summer, I had the opportunity to be the production management intern at Ars Nova, a non-profit off-Broadway theatre in New York City. What really drew me to this organization is its… Continue reading »