Garden Theatre is honored to announce the creation of the William Daniel Mills Apprenticeship Program. Harold and Rosy Mills selected the Garden to launch this new apprenticeship program for young artists ages 13 through 22. This generous gift and program was created by Harold and Rosy Mills to honor the memory of their beloved son Daniel Mills, a passionate student of theatre who tragically passed away in 2020.
ABOUT THE APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
The William Daniel Mills Apprenticeship Program is an exciting opportunity for young theatre artists ages 13 – 22 who are interested in developing their skills in acting, directing, design, technical work, and education.
All inaugural apprentices will be required to attend an orientation in August 2021 and professional development workshops Monday evenings in the fall of 2021 as well as take part in the January 2022 Education production (Title TBD). Other classes, performance and workshop dates will be outlined on an individual basis.
Accepted apprentices will be able to select areas of theatre to focus on: performance, directing, design, technical work, and/or education. Participants in this tuition-free program will be able to take Garden Theatre Education masterclasses, camps, and classes at no cost, in addition to attending rehearsals, performances, and other events at no cost. Apprentices will also be considered for paid opportunities working on Garden Theatre mainstage productions and education programs.
Thanks to an overwhelming response to this exciting new program, applications are now closed. New audition and interview dates will be announced soon.