2018 Apprentices

Wolf Trap Opera fosters the next generation of administrative, production, and technical theatre talent through through its Apprenticeship track – a division of Wolf Trap Education’s award-winning Internship program.

Apprentices

EMILY BOISSEAU
Props, Hampton University

KEVIN BOLT
Technical Theater, Montclair State University

DAVID BRYANT
Technical Theater, North Carolina A & T

ALEC CASTRO
Arts Administration, Indiana University

AITANA GARRISON
Stage Management, University of Maryland

JENNIFER KASNADI
Costumes, University of Maryland

LILLIAN KOMAROW
Wigs and Make up, James Madison University

ABBY MAGEE
Technical Theater, Syracuse University

ESTEFANIA PEREZ-VERA
Scenic Painting, Virginia Tech

ATIYA STRANGE
Communications, Hampton University

SAVANNAH VALIGURA
Stage Management,University of Wisconsin-Madison

LEARN MORE ABOUT WTO APPRENTICESHIPS

WTO Apprentices help produce and promote summer productions – one of America’s most prominent career entry programs for young professional singers. The summer season generally includes three operas, a concert opera, and recitals spread between two distinctly different venues: the intimate Barns at Wolf Trap and the expansive Filene Center. WTO apprentices work side-by-side with professional staff members and are critical to the success of each season’s productions. More information on how to apply.

AVAILABLE WTO APPRENTICESHIPS

  • Administration
  • Costuming
  • Directing
  • Props Crafting
  • Scene Painting
  • Stage Management
  • Technical Theatre
  • Wigs & Makeup / Crafts