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 on: February 27, 2015, 05:21:50 PM 
Started by Robert Hankins - Last post by Robert Hankins
Position: Front of House staff member
ACT - A Contemporary Theatre seeks additions to our House Staff between now and mid-May.

Objectives: To maintain ACT’s excellent customer service to our patrons attending productions in our venues.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Regular duties include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
•   Serve as an assistant to the House Manager.
•   Work as an official Greeter in our main Union St. Lobby. 
•   Aid in facilitating seating and providing patrons with excellent customer service.
•   Assist Front of House Staff with day of show tasks as needed.
•   Assimilate quickly into our Front of House team.

Qualifications:
•   Must have at least High School diploma or the equivalent.
•   Strong customer service skills.
•   Thorough understanding of the role of a Front of House team
•   Able to handle high stress situations with a calm and professional demeanor.
•   Candidate will have good judgment, a sense of humor, and passion for the arts.

This is a part-time seasonal position. 15-20 hrs per week (must be available to work during weekends).
Applications will be accepted until 3/15.

To apply, please send a current resume to Jim Moran, Audience Services Manager.
Email : jmoran@acttheatre.org
•   Include your first and  last name as well as “House Staff” in the subject line.
•   No phone calls or drop-ins, please
•   ACT is an equal opportunity employer

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 on: February 20, 2015, 03:37:16 PM 
Started by Noah Duffy - Last post by Noah Duffy
The Libertinis (www.thelibertinis.com), Seattle's sexiest inter*arts gang, are gearing up for their next main stage show Yer Cheatin' Heart - a sexy, sepia-toned wasteland featuring The Libertinis and a small but mighty cast that will generate the script with us and with playwright Max Kirchner (The Libertinis GONE WILD! at Annex Theatre). The show will take place at the TPS Blackbox on April 17 and 18, 2015.

CONTRACT DATES

March 9 - April 19, 2015

REHEARSAL SCHEDULE

Rehearsals (full cast): March 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30, April 1, 6, 7, 8, 13; all typically 700-1000p

TECH SCHEDULE

April 15, 16; 600-1000p

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

April 17, 730p and 1000p
April 18, 730p and 1000p

COMPENSATION

A stipend of $100, in addition to professional perks

If you are interested in discussing this position further, please email our Production Manager Woody Shticks at the.libertinis@gmail.com with your name and qualifications, and we'll go from there. Thanks thanks thanks!

 3 
 on: February 17, 2015, 02:52:43 PM 
Started by TPS Admin - Last post by TPS Admin
Seattle Gary Austin Weekend Workshops Over Half Full! Only One Space Left in Our Thursday Workshop! Sign up now!

FEB 26 - Gary's Audition/Cold Reading Workshop One Space Available
FEB 27 - 48th St. Exercise open for auditing
FEB 28  to MAR 1 -Improvisational Acting Workshops Over Half Full

Gary Austin is the Founder and Original Director of THE GROUNDLINGS, Los Angeles' premier character-based improvisational theatre company.

"Gary Austin will forever be considered one of the greats, always interested in producing work that is funny and moving, because it's true and utterly unique. His work is always a treat to watch." - HELEN HUNT

Gary returns to work his magic. It challenges, brings uncomfortable to comfortable, heightens risk, and is all about truth. Experience how you can bring your work to a new place.

A time to play, work, make new discoveries …

GARY AUSTIN'S AUDITION/COLD READING WORKSHOP

Experience joy instead of dread at your next auditions by discovering how YOU are truly enough.

Every second of your audition counts. This workshop takes you through exercises on the interview and the cold reading. Learn how improvisation comes into play in the interaction between you and those holding the audition.

Do you wish you could maximize those first few seconds of an interview that make all the difference in the world, or do a brilliant cold reading? This is the workshop that will get you there.

DATE
Thursday, February 26th
TIME
7:00pm – 10:30pm
FEE
$150
Class size is extremely limited
AUDIT
$40

"48th STREET EXERCISE"


Come audit the 48th Street Exercise.
Amy Sedgwick, Mike Fuller, Jerry Jaz, Kay LaVergne Jaz, Craig Nelson will perform the 48th St. Exercise in this solo workshop. Tom Voytko will perform a selection of his work in progress

The solo show has become a staple of American Theatre. This workshop has helped actors create solo shows that have gone on to staged performance, and it is also a great way to stretch your character-building and acting skills.
In this workshop, actors will perform the "48th Street Exercise." We'll explore extreme physical and vocal changes, creative freedom, emotional depth, sub-text and character to create compelling solo performances.

DATE
Friday, February 27th
AUDIT FEE
$5 at door
TIME
7:00 - 10:00pm
Please RSVP if you are auditing and arrive a few minutes early to get settled.

Find descriptions of the "48th St. Exercise" on Gary's Blog.
“LIBBY SKALA ON THE 48th ST. EXERCISE”
“TAKING A STROLL ON 48th St.” by Bridget O’Neill
“KAY LAVERGNE JAZ’ MUSINGS ON 48th STREET"


GARY AUSTIN'S SEATTLE IMPROVISATIONAL ACTING WORKSHOP


Even the finest actors can feel the pressure of "dead air" - the need to rush, to fill pauses, to be clever; creating self-conscious, forced performance.

What if you could eliminate that pressure? In this breakthrough workshop, Gary Austin will show you a revolutionary new technique that allows actors and improvisers to follow their impulses, making their performances more real, more grounded, and more fun.

DATES
Saturday & Sunday, FEBRUARY 28th and MARCH 1st
TIME
1:00pm - 6:00pm
Participants may register for both days or for one day only. Class size is limited. First deposits determine class list.
FEE
One session - $100
Both sessions - $160
AUDIT for one session
$40


All WORKSHOPS LOCATION
Puget Sound Yacht Club
2321 North Northlake Way
Seattle, WA 98103
 
REGISTRATION
A 50% DEPOSIT is required to guarantee a spot in the GARY AUSTIN IMPROVISATIONAL ACTING WORKSHOP IN SEATTLE 

By PayPal
Paying by credit card use www.paypal.com with GeneAndRoy@gmail.com as the recipient of funds. Please state which workshop including your name and email.

or by MAIL
Gary Austin
12359 Emelita St.
Valley Village, CA 91607
Be sure to include your contact information.

Deposits are non-refundable. Missed classes are non-refundable. In the event of illness or emergency, classes may be made up on a space-available basis at the sole discretion of the instructor.

Seattle Workshop CONTACT


Kay LaVergne Jaz, Administrator
Contact for Seattle Gary Austin Workshops

G A R Y   A U S T I N   W O R K S H O P S 
–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
Gary's Email
Gary Austin Workshops
Gary's Music


 4 
 on: February 11, 2015, 05:42:50 PM 
Started by Micah Trapp - Last post by Micah Trapp
Dresser for Jeeves Intervenes
We are currently seeking a dresser for our upcoming production of Jeeves Intervenes. Time frame for the job is May 8 – June 20.  Job includes dressing actors before and during show, organizing quick changes, light costume and wig maintenance, laundry, and other duties as assigned by the Costume Shop Manager.  We pay an hourly rate of $11 per hour.
If interested please send a copy of your resume to the Production Stage Manager, Micah Trapp, at micaht@taproottheatre.org

 5 
 on: February 09, 2015, 01:57:16 PM 
Started by Duane Kelly - Last post by Duane Kelly
I am an experienced playwright who is seeking a sound designer to create a soundtrack, under my direction, for a new play I have written about Richard Wagner's four Ring operas. I will use this soundtrack in one or more readings of this play later this year. I can pay a $50 (I know that's token) for this work. For information about me visit www.duanekelly.net.

 6 
 on: February 02, 2015, 06:33:13 PM 
Started by Scott Francis - Last post by Scott Francis
Shoreline's Aurora Theatre Company is seeking staff members for their summer production of Fiddler on the Roof. The show will be performed in an outdoor amphitheatre setting at Shoreline City Hall, July 31-August 22.
Rehearsals will take place in Shoreline beginning in June. Auditions will be in May.

If you are interested in joining director Scott Charles Francis in any of the following positions, please email your resume and a cover letter to: scott@auroratheatreshoreline.org  - by February 15, 2015
Stage Manager
Musical Director/Conductor
Vocal Director
Choreographer (recreating the original Robbins choreography)
Set/Costume/Lights/Sound - Designers/Technicians
Stipends of varying amounts are available for some positions.

Aurora Theatre Company's inaugural production in 2014 was Into the Woods with a cast of 10 actors and 2 musicians and it played to over 1600 patrons (who attended free of charge).

Once again, The City of Shoreline is our major sponsor along with Charlie's Produce, Intermezzo Carmine & Il Terrazzo Carmine (and others tba).

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 on: January 29, 2015, 04:38:33 PM 
Started by Rik Deskin - Last post by Rik Deskin
Acting On Camera Classes in Capitol Hill by STS Film Academy in Collaboration with Seattle’s Eclectic Theater

January 24, 2015 (Seattle, Washington)

STS Film Academy will join forces with Eclectic Theater to offer a brand new series of on-camera acting classes focused on preparing local, working actors for upcoming film, television, commercial and new media projects in the greater Seattle area.

For many years STS Film Academy has successfully empowered actors of all levels with the tools and confidence necessary for acting on-camera. Eclectic Theater has been an artistic incubator for many theatre and film actors for over a decade. Its edgy but intimate space in the heart of Capitol Hill provides the perfect stage for a dynamic acting class that delivers quality on-camera training and professional experience in a safe and nurturing environment.

Beginning February 21st, actors will have the opportunity to develop their on-camera acting skills and techniques though classes exploring Meisner’s definition of acting: Living Truthfully under Imaginary Circumstances.

Acting on Camera I: Living Truthfully is a foundational acting class that focuses on performing believably in front of the camera. How can you be naturally dynamic in front of the camera? What are the core differences between acting on stage and on camera? What on-camera techniques are necessary for the actor? What does it mean to act in different framing? This is the perfect class for beginners or stage actors looking to develop fundamental on-camera acting skills and gain essential performance experience in front of the camera. This class will meet Saturdays, 11am-2pm, beginning February 21st – March 14th. Rates: $225.00. Capacity: 8-12 students. To sign up, please visit: www.stsfilmacademy.com/aoc1.

Acting on Camera II: Imaginary Circumstances is an intermediate class that focuses on developing and utilizing the imaginary world of the story to enhance the actor’s on-camera performance. Using text analysis, character profiles, acting exercises and on-camera techniques, actors will bring their scenes to life with dynamic characters, who have complete freedom within the form of the multiple camera shots. Participation in this class is audition-based to ensure readiness for the class material. This class will meet Saturdays, 3pm-6pm, beginning February 21st – March 14th. Rates: $225.00. Capacity: 8-12 students. To schedule an audition, please contact: Joseph Yang at jyang@storytownstudios.com

Instructors, Joseph Steven Yang and Anya Ruoss, are working actors with many years of professional experience. They’ve worked with Pulitzer and Tony award winning writers, world renowned directors, and an Academy Award winning actor for production companies such as 20th Century Fox, Warner Bros., Nickelodeon, Microsoft, Skype, Verizon, WA Lottery, Seattle Repertory Theater, Seattle Children’s Theater, Mixed Blood Theater, WET, Village Theater and many more. After earning MFA degrees in acting from the prestigious University of Washington, they taught acting classes at both the University and the Hollywood studio levels, private coached professional actors in Los Angeles & Seattle and provided innovative, online acting classes with STS Film Academy.

Rik Deskin, Eclectic Theater’s Managing Artistic Director, is an actor and director with 28 years of professional experience. As a member of both SAG-AFTRA and AEA, he’s worked for production companies such as Oracle Films, Veer West Pictures, ACT, OTB, Book-It, TAG and many more. He is also a board member for the SAG-AFTRA Seattle Local and a part of the Sandbox Artists Collective. Leonard D. Goodisman, Eclectic Theater’s Development Director, is a resident playwright whose work has been frequently produced in Seattle and New York. As strong advocates for actors and artists, they are especially interested in providing local actors access to professional-level training to help them prepare for the ever-growing on-camera performance opportunities in the Pacific Northwest.

Anya Ruoss
STS Marketing Director
(206) 486-4248
aruoss@storytownstudios.com

Leonard Goodisman
ET Development Director
(206) 353-1636
leonardgoodisman@gmail.com

 8 
 on: January 23, 2015, 02:51:21 PM 
Started by Amy Gentry - Last post by Amy Gentry
Edmonds Driftwood Players is accepting submissions for our 6th Annual Festival of Shorts will be accepted January 26 to March 20, 2015. This year our theme is Perspective.  Our Readers Committee will select 8 finalists to be staged and performed at our Festival running July 10 to 12, 2015. There is the opportunity to win awards-we offer Audience Favorite Awards for each evening as well as adjudicated awards. Last year we received over 205 entries from five countries!  Submission guidelines are listed at https://edmonds-driftwoodplayers.org/index.php/participate/artists-playwrights/6th-annual-festival-of-shorts.  Failure to follow these guidelines will result in the disqualification of your entry.  After checking these guidelines, submit your play to shortssubmissions@edmonds-driftwoodplayers.org by midnight on March 20, 2015. Submissions received after that day/ time will be disqualified.
Finalists will be notified by e-mail May 1, 2015. If selected, your piece will be assigned a director who will stage the piece as he/she sees fit.

 9 
 on: January 23, 2015, 02:43:50 PM 
Started by Amy Gentry - Last post by Amy Gentry
Edmonds Driftwood Players is seeking experienced directors for our 2015-2016 season main stage productions; 7 Keys to Baldpate,  The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Proposals, Suite Surrender, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.  All rehearsals and performances are held in Edmonds. The ideal director has a proven track record of successful productions, positive references and a passion for high-quality local theatre.

Resumes must be received by February 10, 2015.  Submit to Amy Gentry, Managing Director, at md@edmonds-driftwoodplayers.org. Interviews will be arranged in late February.

When submitting a resume, please include a statement of your working philosophy, your interest in a particular show and any relevant background info that makes you the ideal candidate for The Driftwood Players!

 10 
 on: January 21, 2015, 04:11:27 PM 
Started by Leonard Goodisman - Last post by Leonard Goodisman
Seeking director or co-director for production of the new one act play "Che",  a political, historical, spiritual dramatization of Che Guevara to be performed April 8 to March 9 in Seattle. Not a paid position but a stipend will be arranged. Send resume to leonardgoodisman@gmail.com if interested and I'll send you a script..

Thanks
Leonard David Goodisman

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