Theatre Puget Sound announces new membership levels and benefits for individuals, organizations and business affiliates for 2013! Heading into 2013, TPS, a member-funded non-profit organization, is approaching a critical time for promoting the performing arts community. JOINING TPS makes a healthy TPS which means we can more effectively; lobby the newly elected state governor and state legislature, grow Arts Crush throughout Puget Sound, double the impact and outreach of The Gregory Awards, strengthen our collaborative marketing and educational programs, and all while maintaining the great programming for our constituents and audiences.
Currently representing over 1700 individuals and 140 member organizations, TPS is committed to growing these numbers by 25% in 2013. Promoting, strengthening and unifying the performing arts community of Puget Sound is not just a slogan but the driving force behind all of our programs!
Most importantly, your membership will support the advocacy work of TPS, a strong and persuasive regional voice on local and national issues that impact our region's performing arts community.
64 listed auditions:
|Temperance||Green Peg Pictures||Non-Union Short Film|
|Secret Garden - need Colin and two male...||Kitsap Forest Theater (Mountaineers Players)||Non-Union Theater|
|Summer Shakespeare Tour||Last Leaf Productions||Non-Union Theater|
|Men of Action||Jet City Improv||Non-Union Theater|
|Fat Kid Magic||Unexpected Productions||Non-Union Theater|
|REVISED--Beauty of the Father--RESEND...||Latino Theatre Projects & Burien Little Theatre||Non-Union Theater|
|Yes... and?||Chasing Pilgrim Productions||Non-Union Short Film|
Shakespeare Intensive with Amy Thone at Freehold Theatre | by Kate Gavigan
Acting for the Camera with John Jacobsen at Freehold Theatre | by Kate Gavigan
Acting for the Stage vs. Camera Workshop | by Shawn Baker
Soul Work Theatre Searching for fellow Artists | by Mitchell Travis Diehr
Wooden Chairs | by Jim Kleinbeck
Scenic Carpenter Wanted | by Heather Bernadette
Summer Artist's Way Classes Begin May 20th in Wallingford | by Kate Gavigan