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 11 
 on: March 22, 2018, 01:21:45 PM 
Started by Josh Krupke - Last post by Josh Krupke
Taproot Theatre presents

CROWNS
By Regina Taylor
Adapted from the book by Michael Cunningham and Craig Marberry
Playing March 23 – April 28 on the Jewell Mainstage

TPS and Industry Rush tickets are available 30 minutes prior to all performances for just $10! 

Yolanda is a young woman from Brooklyn faced with grief and loss and is trying to make sense of it all. When her mother sends her into exile in South Carolina, she's met by friends and family who share their stories of faith, joy and resilience. These stories all begin with a favorite church hat. Through those hats and the hymns they prompt, this tight-knit community begins to save Yolanda’s life. Full of laughter, hope and promise – this will be a heartening evening of theatre and music to buoy your spirit, and remind you of the surprising and diverse ways we lift those around us and are inspired to live fuller, deeper lives.

***
Special Offer!

TPS members and other industry members are welcome to purchase Industry Rush Tickets in advance to the April 4, 10:30 AM midweek matinee performance of Crowns!
($10 cash, $13 card.)
Discounted tickets are on sale now and subject to availability, so call Taproot Theatre’s Box Office today at 206.781.9707 to reserve your Industry Rush Tickets for the April 4 matinee.

***

And remember our Pay-What-You-Can performance is March 28 at 7:30 PM!

Don’t miss this spirited musical of heart, heritage and hats!

For more information visit http://taproottheatre.org


 12 
 on: March 22, 2018, 01:17:19 PM 
Started by Josh Krupke - Last post by Josh Krupke
Taproot Theatre presents:

CROWNS
By Regina Taylor
Adapted from the book by Michael Cunningham and Craig Marberry
Playing March 23 – April 28 on the Jewell Mainstage

TPS and Industry Rush tickets are available 30 minutes prior to all performances for just $10! 

Yolanda is a young woman from Brooklyn faced with grief and loss and is trying to make sense of it all. When her mother sends her into exile in South Carolina, she's met by friends and family who share their stories of faith, joy and resilience. These stories all begin with a favorite church hat. Through those hats and the hymns they prompt, this tight-knit community begins to save Yolanda’s life. Full of laughter, hope and promise – this will be a heartening evening of theatre and music to buoy your spirit, and remind you of the surprising and diverse ways we lift those around us and are inspired to live fuller, deeper lives.

***
Special Offer!

TPS members and other industry members are welcome to purchase Industry Rush Tickets in advance to the April 4, 10:30 AM midweek matinee performance of Crowns!
($10 cash, $13 card.)
Discounted tickets are on sale now and subject to availability, so call Taproot Theatre’s Box Office today at 206.781.9707 to reserve your Industry Rush Tickets for the April 4 matinee.

***

And remember our Pay-What-You-Can performance is March 28 at 7:30 PM!

Don’t miss this spirited musical of heart, heritage and hats!

For more information visit http://taproottheatre.org

 13 
 on: March 15, 2018, 10:23:12 AM 
Started by Katie Burnett - Last post by Katie Burnett
Applications for the 2019 ACTLab Season are now open!

The ACTLab series at ACT is currently seeking applications to the 2019 ACTLab season!

ACTLab co-presents up to eight multi-week productions per year, presenting groundbreaking art and artists of all kinds. Applications for participation in the 2019 Season are now available online! A completed application includes:

Technical Rider
Preliminary Budget (required)
Work Sample (if applicable)
Press Kit (if applicable)
Completed online application form (required)

To access the online application, follow this link: https://form.jotform.com/ACTLab/actlab-partner-application-2019
Submissions are due May 1, 2018. If you have any questions, email actlab@acttheatre.org.



About ACTLab
ACTLab is investing in the imagination of audiences and artists, cultivating new ideas through experimentation, excellent art, and meaningful partnerships.

Launched in 2007 as The Central Heating Lab, ACTLab serves as an incubator and catalyst for new works. Uniquely positioned to provide space and resources in a collaborative environment, ACT partners with emerging and seasoned local artists, giving them the space to experiment, grow, and transform their work and reach new audiences.

To view a list of past ACTLab partners and performances, click here: http://www.acttheatre.org/About/ProductionHistory/ACTLab.

 14 
 on: March 14, 2018, 10:32:03 AM 
Started by Heather Bernadette - Last post by Heather Bernadette
Summer Teaching Internship
Stone Soup’s Theatre’s educational programs focus on giving each young actor the tools they need to succeed on stage. All our student productions are actor-centered: our students are the true stars of our shows! We take focus away from the technical aspects of theatre and put it back in our young actor’s imaginations. We use suggestive costuming, sets and props to enable our student performers to bring the world of the play to life.

Description: Work with youth ages 5+ each week to perform 30-minute versions of a wide variety of scripts including adaptations of musicals and Shakespeare as well as literature-based classics like The Hobbit or Through the Looking Glass. We need interns who love kids and theatre.

Job Duties: Duties include assisting Teaching Artists in the creation of live theatre pieces; supervising, guiding and encouraging young performers; organizing scripts and attendance sheets; and the coordination of props and costumes.  Interns will gain first-hand experience in bringing a script from page to stage with young performers including observing and collaborating with experienced teaching artists and leading games and exercises while also gaining classroom/rehearsal management skills.

Requirements:

– Interns must be available to work 7-8 weeks, from late June through August in our outdoor summer camps.

– Interns must be able to work 9am-3pm weekdays during the summer.

– Interns must have access to a car or be able to arrange transportation to camp sites.

– Interns must complete each camp they are assigned to in order to fulfill the internship requirements.

– All Interns must pass a background check, as required by the state of Washington.

Qualifications:  Interns should have some experience working with children and either be completing a theatre or education degree, be a theatre or education graduate, or have significant theatre experience.

Compensation: Stipend $125 per week or Internship/Service Credit Hours 

To apply please send resumes to education@stonesouptheatre.org

 

Summer Arts Management Internship

Job Description:

Assist the Education Director with the administration of Stone Soup’s numerous outdoor and onsite summer theatre camps serving youth ages 5 and up. The Assistant to the Education Director will serve as a back up to Education Director in multiple areas including answering the phone and fielding questions; assisting with the weekly planning and organization of camps; assisting with marketing projects and general office tasks.   

Duties:

– Copying scripts, attendance sheets and organizing other paperwork as needed for weekly camps.

– Organizing t-shirts and magnets for weekly camps.

– Working on assigned marketing projects when time allows.

– Answering the phones and interacting with the public.

– Assisting the Costumer when needed.

General office and organization tasks as needed in a busy office environment. Assisting teachers in the field in their summer camp teaching

Required:

An interest in live theatre, theatre administration, and youth. Must be able to pass a background check as required by the state of Washington.

Compensation: Dependent on Experience/Internship or Service Credit available.

To apply please send resumes to education@stonesouptheatre.org

 

Summer Costume Internship
Job Description:

The Summerstage Costumer is responsible for organizing, preparing and maintaining costume bins for the summer program; bins are composed of simple costume and prop pieces and rotated between camps on a weekly basis. The Costumer will also be responsible for creating a limited number of new bins for the summer (which will primarily be pulled from stock).

Job Duties:

– Devising a method for weekly costume bin check in/out (2 – 6 bins per week).

– Maintenance, cleaning and repair of costumes throughout and at the end of the summer. 

– Create costume bins for new shows, primarily from stock. 

– Read new scripts and compile a list of needs prior to the start of summer.

– Limited prop purchasing throughout the summer as needs arise.

– All bins need to be ready for check out by Wednesday of each week.

– Averages 6 hours per week – flexible

Requirements: Candidate should have some interest/experience working with youth and costuming, and the fun that goes along with that.   

Compensation: $650.00 for the summer or Internship/Service Credit Hours.

To apply please send resumes to education@stonesouptheatre.org

 15 
 on: March 12, 2018, 11:52:39 AM 
Started by TPS Admin - Last post by TPS Admin
"Hello,

I wanted to share this Event information with you as we would love to have you join us!  The Event Posting is also attached as a PDF to this email.  Please feel free to share this with other stage managers you know that might be interested in participating in this Event.  Sign up soon as space is limited!" - Beth Spencer

Seattle Area Stage Management Networking Event 2018

This Event will provide an opportunity for Seattle Area Stage Managers to meet with local Producers and Production Managers to share resumes and have critical face time together.  This Event is open to both AEA and Non-AEA Stage Managers, Assistant Stage Managers, and Production Assistants.

This event will have a “speed interview” format.  Stage Managers will sign up for a rotation session during which they will be guaranteed to meet for a few minutes with all of the theatres in attendance.  Each participant should reserve only one spot in one session.  Space is limited.

When:
Monday—March 19, 2018

There will be three rotation sessions available; each of these sessions will accommodate 13 participants.

Session 1: 10:30a-12:00p
Session 2: 12:00p-1:30p
Session 3: 2:00p-3:30p

**An extra Session may be added if demand is high.  This Session would be from 3:30p-5:00p.

 
Where:

Seattle Children’s Theatre (SCT)
201 Thomas St.
Seattle, WA 98109

GETTING HERE: There are many bus lines that have stops around Seattle Center, and the Monorail from Westlake Center stops on the Center grounds.  There are 3 parking garages around the Center as well, but please allow time for parking/traffic.

ENTERING THE BUILDING: Please use the SCT Administrative entrance, on the East side of the building, facing the Space Needle. Other doors to the building will be locked. Enter the building and go up the few stairs to the Reception Area.  Our Receptionist will be able to buzz you thru the door that will lead you to the West Rehearsal Hall—simply follow the signage and yellow arrows up to the 2nd floor and the West Rehearsal Hall.

Participating Theatre List:

The 5th Avenue Theatre
A Contemporary Theatre (ACT)
Artswest
Book-It Repertory Theatre
Intiman Theatre
Seattle Children’s Theatre
Seattle Opera
Seattle Repertory Theatre
Seattle Shakespeare Company
Taproot Theatre Company
Thalia’s Umbrella
Village Theatre
Washington Ensemble Theatre

NOTE: Stage Managers should plan to bring at least 20 copies of their resume and if you are a member of AEA please plan to bring a valid AEA member ID.

If you are unable to attend this Event but would like to share your resume with the attending theatres, please send 20 copies of your resume to Seattle Children’s Theatre at 201 Thomas St, Seattle WA, 98109 ATTN Beth Spencer by March 12, 2018.

YOU MUST RESERVE A SPOT TO ATTEND THIS EVENT—SPACE IS LIMITED.  For this Event we are using SignUp.com to take reservations.  Follow this link to access the page: http://signup.com/go/WSoLacF

Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:

1) Click this link to see our SignUp on SignUp.com: http://signup.com/go/WSoLacF
2) Review the options listed and choose the spot you like.
3) Sign up! It's Easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on SignUp.com.

SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact Beth Spencer and you can be signed up manually.

If you have any issues in the sign up process or have any questions feel free to reach out to Beth Spencer at beths@sct.org.

 16 
 on: March 11, 2018, 01:46:58 PM 
Started by Elizabeth Stasio - Last post by Elizabeth Stasio
Fantastic.Z Theatre is looking to hire an Assistant Stage Manager/Run Crew Person for our spring mainstage show: Five Lesbians Eating A Quiche!

Rehearsals:
Monday-Friday 7PM-9PM April 2nd through May 11th
Tech:
Sunday May 13th 8AM-12PM, evenings of May 14th-17th
Performances:
Thu/Fri/Sat May 18th through June 2nd
+ Industry Night Monday May 21st

Rehearsals will take place at TPS. Performances will be at Ballard Underground.

There is a small stipend for this position.

ASM/Run Crew must be available for all tech and performances. Other conflicts with rehearsal can be discussed. Some stage management experience is preferred, but this is also a great opportunity to learn more about the backstage side of theatre!

Please send inquiries and resumes to emstasio@gmail.com

 17 
 on: March 08, 2018, 02:33:45 PM 
Started by Megan Ahiers - Last post by Megan Ahiers
The 14/48 Projects is looking for a stage manager for our summer parks show! For the past six years we have presented an original all-ages show in King County parks, as well as at the Seattle Outdoor Theatre Festival, Bumbershoot, and HJ Carroll Park in Chimacum, WA. Cast size is typically 5-7 for a 45-minute long show. This year’s show is directed by Monica Galarneau and written by Amy Escobar.

Rehearsals begin late May and would be about 3 rehearsals per week, with schedule to be determined, and 4-5 rehearsals in week leading up to opening (July 8-13)
Show runs afternoons Saturdays and Sundays from July 14 to August 19th, with two additional performances mid-week July 25th and Aug. 1st, and Bumbershoot Sept 1st and 2nd
 
This role requires a vehicle for costume and set transportation. Parks include Burien, Othello, Northgate, Capitol Hill, and Fremont. One performance is in Chimacum WA located on the peninsula near Port Townsend.
 
Duties would be to assist in setting up show in the park, direct audience members to seating area, assist in packing out of the park after performance, have square device on hand for donations after the show, and monitor sets/costume for any supplies/repairs needed for the run.

$500 stipend.  If interested please contact Matt Smith at matt.michael.smith@gmail.com with bio and relevant stage management experience.

 18 
 on: March 07, 2018, 03:29:24 PM 
Started by SCT Admin - Last post by SCT Admin
Position Summary - For a full position description, please visit our website.
Provides managerial and administrative support to two Professional Development Programs that SCT does in consortium with other arts organizations. Provides additional administrative support to the Managing Director and Artistic Director.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 
•   Direct, manage and administer Bringing Theatre into the Classroom, a consortium of four arts partners (currently, Book-It Repertory Theatre, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Seattle Children’s Theatre, and Seattle Repertory Theatre).
•   Administer and host the Washington State Teaching Artist Training Lab, a seven-month professional development program taught and produced as a partnership between arts organizations.
•   Provide administrative support to the Managing and Artistic Directors. Responsibilities include customer service, communication, schedule and database management, and general administrative support
•   Other Education program duties as assigned, which might include teaching artistry, administration, educational intern program, and developing new projects.
•   Represent Education Programs where necessary—public and private events, meetings—acting as an advocate for Education Programs and SCT goals as articulated in the SCT mission statement.
•   Advance Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and social justice within SCT and the community through existing education programs, as well as new initiatives as assigned.

Desirable Skills and Qualifications:
•   Bachelor’s Degree or a minimum of four years arts administration experience
•   Experience in managing Professional Development programs for teachers and teaching artists
•   Experience hiring and managing Teaching Artists
•   Database experience; Tessitura especially helpful
•   Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel
•   Strong written and verbal communication skills
•   Ability to manage and direct multiple tasks concurrently, and provide follow through
•   Highly organized, strong attention to detail, and patient with customer service skills
•   Must be an independent thinker and doer while being collaborative; effective team player

Salary & Schedule:
•   Salary is $16.50 p/h
•   Generous benefits package which includes fully paid employee medical, dental and vision care.
•   Some weekend and evening hours are necessary.

Application Procedures:
If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit the following via email to Laura Knote, Education Program Manager of Seattle Children’s Theatre, laurak@sct.org. Please include your last name and Education Specialist in the subject line of your email.  No phone calls please.  Position is open until filled.
•   Resume including three professional references
•   Cover Letter
•   Diversity Statement.  We would like to know more about your experience with diversity and inclusion, race and equity, and social justice.  Please tell us about your experience engaging and working with diverse communities (brief paragraph).
We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture.  We are committed to diversity in all areas of our work and encourage applications form all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identify or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, and veteran status.  We strongly encourage applications from members of underrepresented groups.

 19 
 on: March 06, 2018, 09:11:35 PM 
Started by Christopher Wolfe - Last post by Christopher Wolfe
Learn the Linklater Vocal Method, known as Freeing the Natural Voice, taught by two of the West Coast's leading teachers: Kimberly White and Judith Shahn.

*Have you ever thought, “I’d like to change my voice?”

*Do you want more confidence, energy, variety, or power when you speak?”

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

 *Are you an experienced speaker or actor who needs to brush up, or perhaps you want to take your speaking abilities to the next level?

 
Any of these reasons make you a good fit for the Voice Intensive with Kimberly White and Judith Shahn.
 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“I learned so much about how to bring my authentic self, my heart and power into my voice; I saw and heard others transform in front of me. You are both Masters of this work. Thank you!” Theresa May, Associate Professor, Theatre Arts, University of Oregon
 

EVENT DETAILS

TO REGISTER:  E-mail Kimberly at kwhite3218@gmail.com

WHEN:  Friday-Sunday, May 4-6th, 2018 (7p-10p Fri, 10a-5p Sa & Su)

WHERE:  University of Washington, Hutchinson Hall, Room 202

COST:  $300 (Early registration: by March 20th: 275, Students: $250). A $100 deposit is required to reserve your space.

WHAT IS LINKLATER VOICE? Kristin Linklater is a master voice teacher and a leading expert in the field of training the speaking voice. 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. More info: www.linklatervoice.com

YOUR TEACHERS: Judith Shahn and Kimberly White have 50 years combined experience teaching and coaching voice. 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’s Text & Voice Director from 2004-2012. Together they partner with you to identify what’s blocking your voice and how to release it.

 20 
 on: March 06, 2018, 04:36:12 PM 
Started by Kate Gavigan - Last post by Kate Gavigan
AN ARTIST’S WAY PROGRAM for those at Midlife and for Retirees

Spring/Summer 2018 Artist’s Way Class: “It’s Never Too Late To Begin Again” Class is Now Open for Registration

“It’s never too late to explore or rediscover your creativity!”

Best-selling creativity author Julia Cameron (“The Artist’s Way”) has written an Artist’s Way program geared for those at midlife and for retirees in her new book: “It’s Never Too Late to Begin Again: Discovering Creativity and Meaning at Midlife and Beyond”. Students will explore the 12 chapters and learn some easy and useful Artist’s Way tools that can assist them in enhancing their creativity and in turn, their life. Attendees will participate in fun creative tasks, explore the benefits of memoir reflection and learn how to implement the creative tools. Exploring your creativity at any age can instill in you a youthful wonder and can help you to see your midlife years as a time of fun and adventure. This class can be a great jumpstart to assist you in doing just that! No prerequisites necessary.

Section II: May 4 – July 20
Fridays, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
$395 (12 weeks)
(a $75.00 nonrefundable deposit secures your space)
Location: Windows Art Gallery in Wallingford
Instructor: Kate Gavigan

For more Information or to Register:
http://www.seattleartistswaycenter.com/classofferings.htm

"Wherever you are in your creative process, this class will advance you in your creative journey." Deborah G., It's Never Too Late To Begin Again Student

For class testimonials:
http://www.seattleartistswaycenter.com/class-testimonials

Kate Gavigan is passionate about The Artist's Way having personally experienced the benefits of the materials. Kate worked in social services as a trainer for over 10 years when she was drawn to The Artist's Way, which helped her uncover a passion for the arts and creativity in all forms. She credits her mid-life career change (now working at her dream jobs as an Artist's Way Instructor and Speaker, a Creativity Coach, a Home Organizer and Actor) to having gone through The Artist's Way.

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