Shubert is committed to creating a diverse organization and building a culture of trust and collaboration. To that end, we have adopted the following core values statement on diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility and belonging:
Promote diversity of our staff, contractors, colleagues, patrons, and Shubert-led/produced productions.
Treat our staff, colleagues, patrons, and producing partners with fairness, honesty and respect.
Create an environment of inclusion and belonging. Create a welcoming and safe space for our staff, colleagues, patrons and producing partners
Ensure that our spaces i.e., offices and theatres, are accessible to our staff, colleagues, patrons, and producing partners. Provide necessary accommodations to ensure equal access.
Collaborate and communicate across all Shubert brands. Build trust across the theatrical community.
SHUBERT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
The Shubert Internship Program offers serious theater students an opportunity to engage in the industry from beyond the stage, providing a general knowledge base of theatre administration and operations and offer hands-on project involvement. Emphasis is given to BIPOC students although open to all motivated, enthusiastic, and committed high school seniors and graduating students.
As part of its commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, The Shubert Organization has launched The Artistic Circle, an initiative to provide assistance to BIPOC commercial theatre producers who are in the early-to-mid stage of their careers and have a project currently in development.
SHUBERT ADVOCACY SERIES
The Shubert Organization recognizes that in order to make a real difference in our industry, we need to actively listen to the people asking for change so that we can in fact change for the better. The Shubert Advocacy Series aims to give a platform to organizations who will provide compelling and engaging conversations, so that their voices, missions and experiences can be heard.