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 on: July 02, 2017, 05:56:39 AM 
Started by Tom Ansart - Last post by Tom Ansart
Seattle Musical Theatre has raised over $8,000 to rebuild the stage at our theatre in Magnuson Park.  The demolition is scheduled for July15th, 16th.  Construction begins July 17th and must been done by July 31st for our annual meeting.  Although we have a preliminary design and some talent on hand, we need a full crew.  Contact Tom Ansart,

 on: June 30, 2017, 09:16:37 AM 
Started by TPS Admin - Last post by TPS Admin
The Theatre at Meydenbauer Center is excited to announce a brand new opportunity for a Theatre
Services Coordinator. This new position will play a key role in working with our clients to bring to life
theatrical, dance, concert and cultural performances. The Theatre at Meydenbauer Center is an active
410-seat venue playing host to more than 150 performances and over 40,000 patrons each year, and is
well respected by those that tread its boards.

Are you an experienced theatre professional with strong customer service and interpersonal
communications skills? Do you have high attention to detail and a collaborative spirit? You’ll need those
attributes to help serve and guide our clients, maximize the utilization of our theatre, and exceed

Important things you’ll be doing:
• Respond to rental inquiries, providing information, tours and coordinates efforts with the
Theatre Production Manager to promote the use of the theatre.
• Create and execute license agreements for use of the Theatre.
• Advise and assist our clients in all patron services, including coordination of client or third party
ticketing, lobby layout, food and beverage, concessions sales and front of house staffing.
• Supervise the work of part-time Audience Services Coordinators for all performances.
• Routinely inspect public theatre spaces and ensure the established standards for safety and the
appearance of The Theatre at Meydenbauer Center are maintained at all times.

Important things we’re offering you:
• Full-time employment
• Health Benefits
• Retirement Plan Match
• Free ORCA card or discounted employee parking
• Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
• Team-centric environment

We invite qualified candidates to apply at

 on: June 23, 2017, 07:04:50 PM 
Started by Kim Douthit - Last post by Kim Douthit
Spooked in Seattle Ghost Tours is preparing for the upcoming summer and October season! We are looking for enthusiastic tour guides!
Pioneer Square Walking Tour:
Family friendly tour, featuring Seattle history and the stories of hauntings at locations in the Pioneer Square area, and ending in our section of the Seattle “underground”.
Age 21+
Great public speaking skills
Outgoing personality
Ability to memorize large amounts of information
Prompt and reliable
Evening availability
Interest in the paranormal
Please respond with a resume, cover letter, to and tell us a bit about yourself and why you are interested in working with us.

 on: June 14, 2017, 10:32:07 AM 
Started by Cathy Herzog - Last post by Cathy Herzog
A Call for Directors

‘When I wrote my piece Interview for MonoMyth Theatre’s short play festival, Unmuted, I never intended for it to go farther than that stage.  As a writer, it was a very personal script where my irrational fears found a place to stay.  I felt that, if I wrote these fears down, they might never materialize.  Except now, I keep hearing these stories about people being turned away at our borders, people who are legally allowed to come to our country, and I’m beginning to realize maybe this isn’t as far off as I would like to imagine.  As a theatre company, we discovered that there is so much more to tell.’ – Britt Hobson, writer of Interview

MonoMyth Theatre is looking for a director for our next project, In Short Order, opening in October 2017.  We are looking for an enthusiastic, innovative individual who enjoys working with new works.  We have pulled inspiration from difficult and often terrifying situations that we have seen happen.  Our piece is an anthology composed of three separate stories that encompass one common thread, and that is a subtle fear that we all have brewing inside.

We are looking for a director who has sensitivity to the problems in society and an understanding of the subtlety that can exist in horror. This director should be able to find the comedic moments in tense and even terrifying situations. This director is someone who is excited to tackle three entirely different scripts and work with three entirely different writers as we put this show together. If this sounds like you - we want to talk to you!

The rehearsal period will take place between early September and mid-October - specific days are still to be determined, so if you have conflicts, please let us know and we can work around them.

The show will go up at the Slate Theatre in the Inscape Arts Building in Sodo from October 23 through Nov 12. The show will run Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.

Audition dates are still to be announced.

Please note that this is a new work.  We are looking for someone who is excited to work on a new, previously unproduced work.

There is a small stipend available for this project.

If this sounds like a project you would like to be involved in - keep on reading! We would like to know a little bit about you, so please prepare a cover letter telling us a little about yourself and your background in theatre, what kind of shows you you love to direct, and what theatre means to you. Please send your cover letter and a copy of your resume to by June 28, 2017. 

-MonoMyth Theatre

 on: June 13, 2017, 08:11:41 PM 
Started by Kim Douthit - Last post by Kim Douthit
This Wednesday evening, don't miss the chance for an inexpensive introduction to the Alexander Technique!

This is a limited space workshop, but a few tickets are still available: 

 on: June 13, 2017, 01:45:59 PM 
Started by Scott Robinson - Last post by Scott Robinson
Light Shop Manager– Non-Tenure Track 2017-18

The light shop manager oversees the execution and implementation of lighting elements of Central Theatre Ensemble productions and manages the light shop. Responsible for supervising the daily operations of the lighting department and managing the lighting student staff and lab students; responsible for ensuring all safety policies are followed; collaborate with designers to bring their vision to fruition; facilitate space rental and class lighting needs as required.

Duties to include:
• Direct and oversee the installation and maintenance of lighting for all Theatre Arts department productions, theatre rentals, and Theatre Arts department spaces.
• Supervise student employees, student crews in light labs (TH 393/493).
• Manage lighting equipment allocation and synchrony throughout the production season.
• Maintain all lighting inventory in good working order.
• Design lighting for department and rental clients as needed

Required Qualifications:
• BA in technical theatre with an emphasis in theatrical lighting.
• Familiarity with ETC lighting consoles (ION, Expression), Vectorworks, Lightwright, LED technology and troubleshooting practices.
• Must be able to lift 50 pounds, work at heights and use department personnel lift and fall arrest systems rated at 250 pounds.

Preferred Qualifications:
• MFA in Theatrical Lighting
• Experience as a Lighting Designer
• Experience as a Master Electrician
• Self-starter
• Good knowledge of theatrical workflow
• Good communication skills
• Experience with moving lights
• Experience maintaining moving lights
• Sense of humor

Applicant Information:    
 Letter of application, current curriculum vita/resume, and three references with email and phone number is required for the initial application. Online application only: Lecturer Pool - Theatre Arts - Design & Production Areas -1295 (Ellensburg) Screening of applications will begin immediately and continue until position filled.

For more information about the department, see Central Washington University is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity/Title IX employer committed to providing employment opportunities without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, or protected veteran status.

 on: June 12, 2017, 03:22:34 PM 
Started by TPS Admin - Last post by TPS Admin
MAM, a SAG-AFTRA Franchised Agency, is looking to hire for the following positions. Seeking individuals interested in pursuing career in Talent Representation. Will train ideal candidate.

MAM Models: Model Coordinator

To oversee, build, and manage the MAM Models division. Cultivating relationships with clients and talent. Background in Modeling Industry required.
MAM Theatrical Agent
Oversee, build, and manage legit theatre bookings for  MAM. Cultivating relationships with clients and talent. Background in stage management and/or experience with theatre required. Applicant can not be AEA.
MAM Voice-Over Coordinator
Oversee, build, and manage the VO Division of MAM. Cultivating relationships with clients and talent. Background in VO industry required. Applicant can not be SAG-AFTRA.
MAM Junior Booking Agent
Agent in Training position. Assist Division director for Portland and Seattle projects. Applicant can not be SAG-AFTRA.

About MAM: Our clients include Toyota, Amazon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Rubbermaid, Nordstrom, Coca-Cola, McDonalds, Microsoft, and more. Our talent have appeared on Grimm, The Librarians, Nashville, CSI, Cold Case, Criminal Minds, Man in the High Castle, Twin Peaks, Z Nation, and numerous Feature Films.

General Capabilities Required: Must be outgoing, personable, familiar with working with the public, talent, and resilient to rejection. Must have impeccable customer service. Must be well organized with ability to multi-task and remain focused. Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills. Excellent problem solving and attention to detail. Driven to take initiative, capable of working independently and desire to advance internally within the firm. Maintain high level of integrity and confidentiality. Tactfulness and an eye for Talent. Proficient in the use of internet, Social Media, MC Word, and Excel. Interest in fashion, film, and performing arts. Self-motivated.

Compensation: All positions are commission based. MAM covers all business expenses including but not limited to offices, travel, support staff, ongoing training/development, event & production tickets, marketing materials, and more. Agents have options to grow experience to SAG-AFTRA subagents with access to union benefits.

Please email resume with cover letter and references to

 on: June 09, 2017, 02:25:12 PM 
Started by Lauren Marshall - Last post by Lauren Marshall
Seattle Gilbert & Sullivan Society (SGSS) is hosting its first summer youth camp with a production of HMS Pinafore, and needs a stage manager, who can ideally also double as a props master.  The camp runs 9 AM-4PM, M-F, July 10-21, plus 3 weekend performances July 21-23.  Rehearsals and performances at SGSS, 9520 14th Ave NW, Seattle, 98117.  Approximately 18-20 youth, ages 11 -17, will be in the cast, directed by Lauren Goldman Marshall, music directed by Paul Linnes, choreography by Lukas Poischbeg.   You will have a student intern ASM/props assistant.  $750 stipend.  Experience working with youth a plus.  Please send resume and letter of interest to with cc to  More info at or

 on: June 07, 2017, 05:42:29 PM 
Started by J.D. Lloyd - Last post by J.D. Lloyd
Theater Schmeater is seeking an Artistic Director.

Position Summary:
The Artistic Director is responsible for working closely with the Managing Director and Board of Directors to lead the company and run the theater. The AD is responsible for the artistic decisions of the theater. Together with the Artistic Associate and select artistic contributors, the Artistic Director envisions and coordinates the theatrical season and facilitates programming activities to further the vision of the theater and the realization of Theater Schmeater’s strategic goals.

A full description and requirements are available here:

Applicants should send a resume and cover letter to  The last day to submit an application is June 30, 2017

 on: June 01, 2017, 12:40:59 PM 
Started by Abigail Pishaw - Last post by Abigail Pishaw
Taproot Theatre Company is currently seeking light board operators for fall 2017 and our 2018 season. Job includes programming and operating the light board during tech rehearsals under the supervision of the Lighting Designer and Master Electrician, executing light cues during tech and performances as directed by the Stage Manager, performing a dimmer check before each performance and fixing any problems encountered, and other duties as assigned by the Master Electrician. We pay an hourly rate of $13 per hour. Hiring is on a show-by-show basis. If interested, please send a copy of your resume and a brief cover letter detailing your experience to the Production Stage Manager, Abigail Pishaw, at

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