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 on: April 29, 2016, 09:16:11 AM 
Started by Tom Ansart - Last post by Tom Ansart
Seattle Musical Theatre is hosting an event for the Waldorf School on Monday, May 2nd, at our theatre in Magnuson Park.  May involve some set-up in the afternoon, event starts at 6:30 pm.  We need help running lights and sound board.  Stipend. 
Tom Ansart, Secretary
Seattle Musical Theatre
secretary@seattlemusicaltheatre.org

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 on: April 28, 2016, 03:11:59 PM 
Started by Isaiah Custer - Last post by Isaiah Custer
Please see attachment for the job description and contact information.

 3 
 on: April 21, 2016, 11:09:14 AM 
Started by Micah Trapp - Last post by Micah Trapp
Taproot Theatre rents out it's mainstage Theatre to Sanctuary church every Sunday.  We provide them with a Taproot personel.  A primary portion of the job is running the sound for the church.  You will also represent Taproot Theatre and be in charge of the building while the church is in the space. You must be comfortable being in a church environment.

The job requires you to be here every other Sunday from 7am-1pm.  You share the job with one other Liason and you both switch between Sunday's.

We can offer $16.67 per hour.

If interested please email your resume to the Production Stage Manager, Micah Trapp, at micaht@taproottheatre.org.

 4 
 on: April 21, 2016, 09:21:50 AM 
Started by Jim Kleinbeck - Last post by Jim Kleinbeck
The Auburn Community Players are looking for a set builder for our show Mary Poppins. There is a contract stipend that goes along with this position. We have an off site building location that is safe and secure (alarmed) for tools.

If you know someone please have them contact Jim Kleinbeck at 253-804-5057 or jkleinbeck@auburnwa.gov

 5 
 on: April 20, 2016, 01:22:55 PM 
Started by Micah Trapp - Last post by Micah Trapp
Taproot Theatre Company is seeking Costume Designers/Coordinators for Several of our Acting Studio Camps.  This is a day time job requiring roughly 35 hours per week (depending on the size of the camp).  Camps run Monday-Friday from 10am-4pm and there are a couple of camps that have a Saturday morning commitment. Most work can be done during these hours.  Specific Tech schedules will be provided during the interview process.

Each camp is it's own contract and I have as many as 11 contracts available.  Camps run from July 11 - September 2.  One week and Two week contracts are available.

You will serve as the costume designer for these camps.  You will primarily be pulling clothes from our existing stock as the budget for each camp is only $25.  It's a very fast paced environment as we try to produce 30 minute - 1 hour long shows in one or two weeks.  You will also be the costume crew for the camps.  Therefore, you are in charge of the laundry, restocking, dressing, etc...

If interested please email a resume to the Production Stage Manager, Micah Trapp, at micaht@taproottheatre.org.

Thanks
Micah

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 on: April 19, 2016, 05:26:06 PM 
Started by TPS Admin - Last post by TPS Admin
Advanced Voice INTENSIVE

Applying the voice work to speaking Shakespeare (must have taken the regular Voice Intensive to participate - or with agreement by Judy and Kim) taught by two of the West Coast's leading teachers: KIMBERLY WHITE and JUDITH SHAHN


WHEN:   
Friday, June 24th     
7-10pm

Saturday, June 25th
10-5pm

Sunday, June 26th
10-5pm

WHERE: University of Washington, Hutchinson Hall Room 202

COST:     
$275
(Students $225, $400/both)
REGISTER BY MAY 1st- only $250 (both Intensives for $475)
($100 deposit required)

REGISTER: E-MAIL  kwhite3218@gmail.com

Breathe, Think, Feel and Speak at the same time-in the same moment, this is the exhilarating challenge of acting Shakespeare!

In this workshop we will do an in-depth exploration of what it means to Embody Language through a series of vocal and physical exercises that re-awaken and develop the actors emotional, imaginative, and sensorial responsiveness to language. At the center of the workshop is the Voice- developing the range, power and clarity needed to embody and communicate the depth, subtlety and magnitude of Shakespeare.

Bring a speech you are passionate about, 14-20 verse lines.

Judith Shahn is a designated Linklater voice teacher since 1991 and has taught for 26 years at the University of Washington's School of Drama and has done workshops for the School of Business and School of Law there as well. Judith is a voice/dialect coach for Seattle area theaters, Judith also has her own business, Vibrant Speaking (public speaking, presentation training and accent reduction): www.vibrantspeaking.com

Kimberly White has taught and coached voice and Shakespeare in the professional theater for the past 25 years and was designated as a Linklater Voice Teacher in 1993. She was Text/Voice Director with Seattle Shakespeare from 2004-2012. Kimberly specializes in Trial Advocacy and has taught/coached at many law firms and institutions around the country including University of Hastings School of Law, University of Oregon School of Law and American Society of Trial Consultants. She offers public speaking, voice, and presentation coaching through her business, Dynamic Voice.

What is a Designated Linklater teacher? - Kristin Linklater is a master voice teacher and a leading expert in the field of training the speaking voice. She has revolutionized voice training throughout the United States and Europe. Her books, Freeing the Natural Voice and Freeing Shakespeare's Voice are the most widely used text by theatre training programs and are also used by speaking professionals everywhere. Kristin's teacher training is a rigorous process and she is deeply committed to her teachers. Kimberly and Judith are two of 150 world wide designated teachers.  For more information: www.linklatervoice.com

QUESTIONS:206-251-0761 (Kimberly) or 206-650-6270 (Judith)

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 on: April 19, 2016, 05:22:58 PM 
Started by TPS Admin - Last post by TPS Admin
5th ANNUAL VOICE INTENSIVE

taught by two of the West Coast's leading teachers: KIMBERLY WHITE and JUDITH SHAHN

Friday-Sunday, June 10-12th, 2016

Learn the Linklater Method vocal progression of exercises for actors, students, teachers or anyone who wants to improve their speaking voice.
 
WHEN: 

Friday, June 10 
7-10pm
Saturday
June 11th 
10-5pm
Sunday
June 12th   
10-5pm

WHERE:
University of Washington, Hutchinson Hall Room 202

COST:     
$275
REGISTER BY MAY 1st - only $250
Students $225
($100 deposit required)

REGISTER: E-MAIL  kwhite3218@gmail.com

QUESTIONS:206-251-0761 (Kimberly) or 206-650-6270 (Judith)

* Have you ever thought, "I'd like to change my voice" or "I wish I had more confidence, energy, variety or power when I speak"?

*Does your voice get sore or tired when you speak in front of people?

 *Are you an experienced speaker or actor who needs a brush up or perhaps you want to take your abilities further?

 Any of these reasons are good ones to take the VOICE INTENSIVE with Kimberly White and Judith Shahn.


Judith Shahn is a designated Linklater voice teacher since 1991 and has taught for 26 years at the University of Washington's School of Drama and has done workshops for the UW School of Business and School of Law as well. Judith is a voice/dialect coach for Seattle area theaters. Judith also has her own business, Vibrant Speaking (public speaking, presentation training and accent reduction): www.vibrantspeaking.com

Kimberly White has taught and coached voice and Shakespeare in the professional theater for the past 25 years and was designated as a Linklater Voice Teacher in 1993. She was Text/Voice Director with Seattle Shakespeare from 2004-2012. Kimberly specializes in Trial Advocacy and has taught/coached at many law firms and institutions around the country including University of Hastings School of Law, University of Oregon School of Law and American Society of Trial Consultants. She offers public speaking, voice, and presentation coaching through her business, Dynamic Voice.

What is a Designated Linklater teacher? - Kristin Linklater is a master voice teacher and a leading expert in the field of training the speaking voice. She has revolutionized voice training throughout the United States and Europe. Her books, Freeing the Natural Voice and Freeing Shakespeare's Voice are the most widely used text by theatre training programs and are also used by speaking professionals everywhere. Kristin's teacher training is a rigorous process and she is deeply committed to her teachers. Kimberly and Judith are two of 150 world wide designated teachers.  For more information: www.linklatervoice.com

One weekend is a short time to transform the voice, but we hope to give you the tools with which to practice and a safe atmosphere in which to explore and sound aloud with others. Now, could be the time to make a change.

 8 
 on: April 15, 2016, 05:39:10 PM 
Started by Karen DeMasters - Last post by Karen DeMasters
I have written a 1 Act for the Fair Play Festival at Eclectic Theater and I need a director. Please contact me at kdemasters@yahoo.com if you are interested in directing it. It is not a paid position.

 9 
 on: April 11, 2016, 03:48:42 PM 
Started by Jon Douglas Rake - Last post by Jon Douglas Rake
Tacoma Musical Playhouse is looking to hire Teaching Artists for the CampTMP musical theater summer education program July 11-Aug 6.

CampTMP presents high quality, fully produced theatrical productions of some of the most popular broadway musicals with our student actors at the culmination of summer camp.

The positions we are looking to fill are as follows:
* Director of Little Mermaid Jr. (working with 4th-6th graders)

* Music Director for Aristocats Kids, Winnie the Pooh Kids and Little Mermaid Jr. (working with 1st-6th)

* Choreographer for Aristocats Kids, Winnie the Pooh Kids, and Little Mermaid Jr. (working with 1st-6th)

* Interns for 1st-3rd, 4-6th, 7-9th, and 10-12th camps (7-12th grades run July 18th-Aug 14th)


Ideal Teaching Artists will have a strong background in Musical Theater, Acting, Voice, and/or choreography, with college degrees preferred. They must have a passion for training students ages 6-18 in musical theater. The candidate must also have strong organizational and leadership skills, as well as high standards for artistic integrity and the interest and ability to work collaboratively and as a team with the rest of the camp staff.

The quality education and positive growth experience for students who train with CampTMP is the number one most important thing to us. If you are not passionate about teaching young theater artists, please do not apply.

Teaching artists are fairly compensated via stipend as outlined and agreed upon in a contract provided by the TMP Director of Education, Steve Barnett. Directors, MDs and Choreographers make $1500 or more DOE, Interns make up to $500 DOE.

If interested, please submit letter of interest and resume to TMP Education Director Steve Barnett at steve@tmp.org

For more on CampTMP check out our website www.tmp.org or our CampTMP Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/camptmp

 10 
 on: April 11, 2016, 01:14:39 PM 
Started by Micah Trapp - Last post by Micah Trapp
Taproot is a seeking a Sound Board Operator for it's upcoming production of "The Realization of Emily Linder".  The contract runs from May 7 - June 18. Hours are primarily evening and Saturday afternoon.  There are a couple of weekday matinees.  A schedule will be made available to you at the interview.
The pay rate is $12 per hour.
If interested, please send a resume to the Production Stage Manager, Micah Trapp, at micaht@taproottheatre.org.

Thanks

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