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 on: April 20, 2018, 05:35:29 PM 
Started by Abigail Pishaw - Last post by Abigail Pishaw
The Taproot and Sanctuary Liaison is an employee of Taproot Theatre Company. Their job can be broken into two categories: sound mixer and building supervisor.

Sound Mixer: Whoever holds this position will have sufficient skills (determined by TTC) to set-up, run and teardown the sound equipment necessary for each service. This includes, but is not exclusive to: setting up monitors and microphones and patching them into the sound board, mixing the band for a clear sound both in monitors and in the house, running the light board, setting up the fold-up screen, setting up the projector and running playback music. The liaison will have sufficient knowledge (determined by TTC) of Taproot’s sound system including how to patch monitors and troubleshoot feedback. They will be in charge of the complete sound set-up of Taproot and Sanctuary equipment including monitors, microphones and music stands as well as their tear-down; they are not required to handle Sanctuary’s gear outside of the sound set-up including the slide computer.

Building Supervisor: The liaison is hired by Taproot for the purpose of supervising the building. This supervision includes, but is not exclusive to: turning on/off lights, alarming the building, unlocking doors, watching for potential damage to scenery, props and other TTC equipment and enforcing the rules and regulations stated in the contract between TTC and Sanctuary. As TTC’s building supervisor we expect the liaison to help Sanctuary problem solve or troubleshoot any situation that might arise related to their service that seemingly conflicts with TTC’s rules (i.e. placement of candles, blocking fire exits, artistic expressions); ultimately the attitude of the liaison is to mediate rather then dictate, except for reasons of safety to any person, equipment or production item in which case if no compromise can be made, the liaison has full authority to speak on behalf of TTC. As building supervisor, the liaison is not responsible to set-up, teardown or clean up any Sanctuary equipment (including nursery items or hospitality); however, the liaison is ultimately responsible for leaving the building exactly the way it was found. The liaison will write a weekly report that itemizes the events of the day as well as any situation, compromise or issue that arose that day.

This position is Sundays from 6:45am-1:00pm unless otherwise arranged (alternating Sundays with the other Liaison). Pay is $16.67 per hour. The position has two supervisors: Technical Director and Production Stage Manager. Liasion should be comfortable in a religious environment.

If interested, please submit a resume to Production Stage Manager, Abigail Pishaw, at

 on: April 20, 2018, 05:33:49 PM 
Started by Abigail Pishaw - Last post by Abigail Pishaw
Taproot Theatre is currently seeking dressers for our 2018 summer and fall shows (two separate contracts). 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. These contracts pay hourly. If interested please send a copy of your resume to Production Stage Manager, Abigail Pishaw, at

 on: April 19, 2018, 10:43:14 AM 
Started by Keny Dutton - Last post by Keny Dutton
Fantastic.Z Theatre is looking for props designers for our 2018 fall show!

Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England by Madeline George
Performs:  September 28th – October 13th (Thursdays – Saturdays)
At: The Ballard Underground (2220 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107) 

The Story: 
Dean Wreen is not having a good week. Her college is in dire financial straits and a plan to close its tiny, all-but-forgotten natural history museum is sending unexpected shock waves through the local community. At home, her ex-lover is staying with her - sending shock waves of a different sort through her relationship with her current (and much younger) girlfriend. Town-gown relations are in tatters! The local newspaper is erupting in violent protest! Even the historically inaccurate dioramas in the museum have started mouthing off. A screwball comedy about the perils of monogamy, certainty, and academic administration.

Rehearsals Start: August 12th 
Load In / Cue to Cue:  September 22nd         
Strike:  October 14th

Contact us at if you're interested!

 on: April 19, 2018, 10:03:54 AM 
Started by Zoe Fitzgerald - Last post by Zoe Fitzgerald
Freehold is offering a Solo Performance class with Marc Kenison this Spring!

SOLO PERFORMANCE with Marc Kenison
Apr 25 - June 13 // Wed 6:00 - 10:00pm

Marc Kenison danced professionally with The Jose Limon Dance Company and Tere O'Connor Dance. In 2004, he co-founded and co-directed Seattle's Washington Ensemble Theatre. Widely known as his performance personae Waxie Moon, the gender-blending “boylesque” sensation, he has performed at numerous venues worldwide including Key Arena, On The Boards, Seattle Rep, ACT, and The Triple Door. He is featured in the films Waxie Moon, A Wink and a Smile, and Waxie Moon in Fallen Jewel. In 2010, he was nominated for a Gregory Award (Excellence in Theatre, Washington State).  He is currently an adjunct faculty member at Cornish College for the Arts.  Recently, he received a commission from the Seattle Repertory Theatre and was featured on NPR.

Access your imagination, stories, secret talents and wildest visions to create a short solo performance. In a strong, trusting ensemble atmosphere, we will use writing exercises, improvisation, and a variety of performance techniques to create a draft and begin staging your show. This class is perfect for actors, artists and writers of all levels who have a story to tell, an idea to passionately explore, or a hunger for a new look at the creative process. We culminate in an invited performance of our works-in-progress, and you leave the class with a repeatable technique of how to conceive, develop and produce a solo performance. 

Full Course Fee           $ 545.00
Discount Course Fee   $ 390.00

For more information, or to register for this class, follow the link below!


 on: April 19, 2018, 10:03:05 AM 
Started by Zoe Fitzgerald - Last post by Zoe Fitzgerald
Freehold is offering an Improv class with Matt Smith in this Spring Quarter!

Apr 23 - June 18 // Mon 6:30 - 9:00pm

Matt Smith is an actor, auctioneer, writer, improv teacher, and communication coach. His screen credits include My Last Year with the Nuns, Outsourced, Sleepless in Seattle, Spiderman, White Face, The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle, and KING TV's Almost Live. Original solo plays include My Last Year with the Nuns, My Boat to Bainbridge, Helium, Beyond Kindness: A Childcare Guide, and All My Children.

Matt was a founding member of both Stark/Raving Theatre (1988-95) with Edward Sampson, andSeattle Improv (1985-88) with Sampson & Roberta Maguire. He was artistic director of Seattle Theatre Sports in 1985.

From Saturday Night Live to Almost Live, improvisation can be a fundamental building block for not just making people laugh, but also making people think. Improv is a system of communication, and students in our Improv course will learn the keys to spontaneous storytelling via games, exercises, lecture and open scene work. You’ll also learn to be a better listener, trust your own authentic responses, and begin to see failure as a path to success. In other words, you’ll learn to get out of your own way and find your spontaneous voice. (No experience required).

Full Course Fee           $ 350.00
Discount Course Fee   $ 250.00

For more information, or to register for this class, follow the link below!


 on: April 13, 2018, 02:47:58 PM 
Started by SCT Admin - Last post by SCT Admin
SCT Education Programs will offer over 20 internships in Summer 2018 to support our 200 camps, classes and performance programs for students ages 3.5-21. We are seeking a Drama School Intern to assist on summer camps and classes and a Music Direction Intern for  Seussical Jr and Rent School Edition. Minimum 2 years of college or equivalent experience required. Bachelor’s degree preferred. (Non-stipend assistant positions available to those with less experience.) Mid-June to late August; Music Direction position starts later and ends earlier.  Stipend: $200 per week.  Housing not provided.  For more information, email Laura Knote, Education Program Manager, at Application deadline: 11:59pm PST, April 23, 2018.   

 on: April 05, 2018, 12:51:14 PM 
Started by Christopher Wolfe - Last post by Christopher Wolfe
Actors & Shakespeare Lovers:

Advanced Voice Intensive this: Applying Linklater voice work to speaking Shakespeare, taught by two of the West Coast's leading teachers: KIMBERLY WHITE and JUDITH SHAHN

Early Bird tickets available now through May 10th.


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

WHEN:  Friday, June 29th        7-10pm
              Saturday, June 30th   10-5pm
              Sunday, July 1st.       10-5pm

WHERE: University of Washington, Hutchinson Hall Room 202

COST:  $300 (Early registration: by May 10th: $275, Students: $250). A $100 deposit is required to reserve your space

Must have taken the regular Voice Intensive to participate - or with agreement by Judy and Kim.

YOUR TEACHERS: Judith Shahn and Kimberly White have 50 years combined experience teaching and coaching voice and Shakespeare. They are both Designated Linklater Voice Teachers, two of 250 Teachers world wide. They have led workshops together for 20 years, developing a unique team approach to teaching Linklater Voice. Judith’s experience includes teaching at UW’s School of Drama for 26 years and Kimberly was Seattle Shakespeare Company’s Text & Voice Director for 9 years. Together they partner with you to identify what’s blocking your voice and how to release it in to your text.


 on: April 03, 2018, 10:12:27 AM 
Started by Lexi Barnett - Last post by Lexi Barnett
Broadway Olympia Productions is now accepting submissions for production staff for the 2018-2019 season. We are looking to create a pool of candidates for the following positions to complete our hiring for the season:

* Directors
* Choreographers
* Music Directors
* Stage Managers
* Lighting Designers
* Set Designers
* Costume Designers

Broadway Olympia is committed to producing quality musical theatre.
Please email your resume and letter of interest to

For more information about Broadway Olympia, please check us out on Facebook or at

 on: March 26, 2018, 02:08:32 PM 
Started by TPS Admin - Last post by TPS Admin
After School Drama Teacher- Eastside of Seattle- Woodinville-Bothel-Issaquah

Drama Kids is a Creative Drama & Literacy Enrichment Program where kids “Act Up” with a purpose!
We work with each child's imagination and creativity to develop literacy skills, public speaking, leadership/teamwork and acting abilities, while building their confidence, essential life skills learned in a fun and professional atmosphere.
Join a Program that Changes Lives!
We are looking for part-time caring, fun and motivated teachers that are passionate about developing children to join our growing team.  Our teachers believe in what they do and that they can affect positive change every day. Their energy and enthusiasm encourages kids to become the best communicators they can be!  Our goal is to develop kids who are able to strive and thrive as the 21st century unfolds
As a member of our great team you will:
  • Work 3-8 hours per week in the afternoon and early evening
  • Teach and mentor students from 4 to 17 years of age
  • Follow provided world-renowned lesson plans on speech, movement & acting
  • Direct plays
  • Build relationships with parents and students
  • Deliver presentations
  • Foster relationships with local schools
  • Have potential to do additional administrative and marketing work/projects for our location

We are looking for people who:
  • Have a heart for kids!
  • Are looking for a very part-time and fun opportunity
  • Have teaching experience and excellent classroom management skills
  • Are performance oriented
  • Have HIGH ENERGY and flexibility
  • Have afternoons available
  • Are willing and able to commit for one school year
  • *Theater experience a plus

Please apply using this link:
Or email

 on: March 23, 2018, 01:12:26 PM 
Started by TPS Admin - Last post by TPS Admin
Children's Dance Theater and Prestige Dance Studio is looking for a costumer to work with. Primary duties would include:

End of May: be on site 3-4 times for minor recital costume alterations

June/July: costuming our 3 week summer theatre camp for about 40 kids ages 7-14

August/September: possible custom dance competition costumes

October-December: classical Nutcracker costumes and alterations ( we have a large selection, but there are always minor repairs, alterations and I update one set of roles every year)

Stipend and supply budget is available. Costumer must be able to stay within the agreed upon budget

Costumer must have an off site location to work

Costumer must have excellent sewing skills.

Costumer must be able to work in a team environment and can supervise Dance mom volunteers

Please send a email and resume to
102 W Main St
Auburn, WA 98001-4913

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