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 11 
 on: May 10, 2017, 08:46:58 AM 
Started by Darren Johnson - Last post by Darren Johnson
Fantastic.Z Theatre is seeking a Costume Designer for Next Fall by Geoffrey Nauffts playing at The Ballard Undergound in September/October.  Production meetings and rehearsals start in August and the designer will be compensated in the form of a stipend.

For an interview, send your resume to Fantastic.Z's Producing Artistic Director Kyle Baiz at:
info@fantasticz.org

 12 
 on: May 09, 2017, 03:02:08 PM 
Started by Amy Gang - Last post by Amy Gang
Studio4Seattle is seeking 10 minute play submissions for their annual touring shorts - "Summer ain't over, don't put away your shorts" This years theme is your backyard. Submissions must be original, and preferably local. The theme is up for interpretation, so play it hard fast and loose. We will take our show to Moses Lake and hopefully a few other locations.

 The deadline for submissions is June 6th. All scripts can be sent to production@studio4seattle.org.

 13 
 on: May 09, 2017, 11:18:24 AM 
Started by Logan Ellis - Last post by Logan Ellis
Theatre Battery is accepting applications from High School students, College students, and emerging theatre makers to join the company as stipended interns for the 2017 production of WE ARE PUSSY RIOT OR EVERYTHING IS P.R. The mission of the program is to provide young South King County residents with an opportunity to develop professional skills in arts management, customer service, community engagement, social justice work, theatrical design, and creative leadership. Interns will serve as assistants to members of the creative team (including designers, dramaturg, and director) while participating in select administrative roles.

Applications and inquiries are due by email to theatrebattery@gmail.com by May 15th, 2017. For more information and application requirements, visit http://www.theatrebattery.org/.

Thank you!

 14 
 on: May 03, 2017, 01:07:25 PM 
Started by Amy Gentry - Last post by Amy Gentry
ACT Theatre
Department: Marketing
Reports to: Associate Director of Marketing
Hours: 20 hours per week for 4–6 months, beginning in mid-February.

The marketing intern is responsible for assisting the Marketing, Communication, and Sales Department in implementing ACT’s overall marketing plan to build awareness about ACT within the community, and to increase attendance and ticket sales.

For details on responsibilities and benefits, visit http://www.acttheatre.org/About/WorkwithUs/Internships.

To apply, please send a current resume and cover letter stating your qualifications and interest in the position to ACTinterns@acttheatre.org.

 15 
 on: May 02, 2017, 11:15:06 AM 
Started by Tom Ansart - Last post by Tom Ansart
As we approach our 40th season, Seattle Musical Theatre has the following new position openings:

Business Manager - An independent contractor responsible for monitoring and reporting the financial health of the organization, fund development, human resources management and lease negotiations.  This position supervises the marketing/special events associate, volunteer coordinator/development associate and book-keeper (Compensation = $1,000 per month).

Volunteer Coordinator - A half-time, hourly employee responsible for recruitment, retention, recognition, and training of artistic, front of house, administrative and board/advisory council volunteers as well as assisting with grant-writing and organizational development (Compensation = $15/hour, 20 hours/week).

Technical Director - An independent contractor responsible for the technical operations and maintenance of the theatre equipment and physical plant and maintaining the theatre production calendar (Compensation = $1,200 per month).

Artistic Director - An independent contractor responsible for implementing Seattle Musical Theatre's mission, ensuring all productions are engaging and entertaining, consistent with the company brand and artistic vision.  Directs one show per season.  (Compensation = $1,000 per month.)

Full position descriptions are available upon request. Please respond, by May 15th, with resume and cover letter to:

secretary@seattlemusicaltheatre.org

 16 
 on: April 20, 2017, 01:36:11 PM 
Started by Kim Douthit - Last post by Kim Douthit
Actors --

DISCOVER THE POWER OF YOUR VOICE
Early bird registration ends May 1st for two amazing Linklater voice intensives this June. (details below)
Both the intro and advanced/Shakespeare workshops are led by local treasures, Judith Shahn and Kimberly White. (Seriously there are less than 200 official Linklater teachers in the WORLD, and we have 2 HERE IN SEATTLE, leading workshops together.)
Get 10% off by signing up now with Kimberly White (kwhite3218@gmail.com).

BENEFITS OF LINKLATER VOICE
Linklater Voice will help you:
*Develop a rich, warm, resonant voice that commands attention
*Learn to identify and release the tension that keeps your voice flat, stuck, and not communicating what you feel
*Become confident, establishing a powerful, grounded presence in your body that compels listeners
*Speak easily and openly, clearly communicating your thoughts and emotions, even to large audiences, without straining or losing your voice
*Establish a dynamic, expressive vocal range, filled with emotional color and nuance
*In the Advanced Workshop, develop the range, power and clarity needed to embody and communicate Shakespeare’s text.

WORKSHOP BONUS: Attend either intensive and get a 40-minute recorded Linklater progression led by Judy Shahn, an invaluable tool to continue work after the workshop! (I continue to use it weekly.)

WHAT STUDENTS SAY

“I have done this workshop more than once and insist you check it out, whether you're a veteran of Linklater or a curious total virgin. It’s incredibly fun, playful, self-realizing and heartbreaking -- all at the same time."
--Kylee Rousselot, Actor
“Judy and Kimberly’s expertise and sensitivity helped us reach new and unforeseen levels of expressive ability.”
--Thomas H. Pruiksma, Poet & Musician
"For anyone interested in learning about the Linklater Technique the workshops offered by Kimberly White and Judith Shahn can't be beat.”
--David Mielke, Actor
“At the intensive, Kimberly gently and expertly helped me release the tongue and jaw tension that was keeping me from emotionally connecting with Shakespeare's text. My monologue was transformed."
--Chris Wolfe, Actor & Director

***WORKSHOP DETAILS***
INTRODUCTORY INTENSIVE (JUNE 9-11)
Express yourself with confidence and freedom. This workshop is designed for anyone who wants to find new depth and ease in their speaking voice. Learn the entire Linklater progression through expert guidance and one-on-one coaching. Great for people who are new to Linklater or who want to brush up. BONUS: Get the 40-minute recorded Linklater progression led by Judy Shahn to continue the work after the weekend is over.

ADVANCED INTENSIVE: EMBODYING SHAKESPEARE’S TEXT (JUNE 16-18)
Heightened text demands a heightened voice, expressive, powerful and clear. In this workshop, you’ll re-awaken and develop your emotional, imaginative, and sensorial responsiveness to language through an in-depth exploration of what it means to embody language. Physical and vocal exercises will help you connect more deeply to the text. 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.

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.

WHEN, WHERE, & COST

When:
Intro: June 9-11, 2017
Advanced: June 16-18, 2017
Both intensives are 7p-10p Friday, 10a-5p Saturday & Sunday

Where:
University of Washington, Hutchinson Hall, Room 202

Cost:
Early Bird: $250 / $475 for both
Regular: $275 / $500 for both
Student Discount: $225

Please note: There is a $100 deposit required to hold your spot.
To reserve your spot, or to ask a question, please contact Kimberly White (kwhite3218@gmail.com).

 17 
 on: April 19, 2017, 07:11:48 PM 
Started by Kelli Zielinski - Last post by Kelli Zielinski
Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater is seeking a stage manager for our summer production of Once Upon A Mattress.

Compensation: $750
Rehearsals: Late May - July 14 (rehearsals are at TPS until mid June, and move to Bellevue College after that)
Performances: July 15 - August 13, Saturdays at 2 and 7pm, Sundays at 2pm

Show location: Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater (Fall City)

The ideal candidate will enjoy the outdoors, be willing (and eager) to offer feedback in all aspects of the production process, be flexible in regards to the strengths/limitations of outdoor theater, and be thrilled to deliver a great show to a diverse audience.

Why work with SFFT?
SFFT has been entertaining audiences for over 52 years. A beautiful, unique venue situated on 95 acres of property, the site includes hiking trails and camping. Cast and crew can camp at the theater, and receive a membership for the summer season to come visit the park any time they'd like (it's a gated property otherwise). There is beautiful access to the far side of Snoqualmie Falls (the side across from the viewpoint!), as well as at-cost pricing for our signature BBQ dinners. It's a fun experience unlike any other!

Applying:
-Please send resume and/or summary of experience to kelli@foresttheater.org
-Email or call 206-790-6271 with questions (please note: email is preferred)

We look forward to hearing from you!

About Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater:
SFFT is dedicated to:
-Delivering quality family entertainment in an outdoor setting
-Providing educational and growth opportunities in the performing arts
-Conservation and controlled development of the Snoqualmie Falls area for public enjoyment
-Providing access to the outdoors through our shows and other events
-Maintaining a beautiful park for the enjoyment of our members

Please read more about us at: http://www.foresttheater.org/ or check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SnoFallsTheater

 18 
 on: April 12, 2017, 08:51:46 AM 
Started by TPS Admin - Last post by TPS Admin
Unlocking Shakespeare: An Acting Workshop
This workshop is designed to give theater students of all levels a tool kit for performing Shakespeare. Through a series of exercises in text analysis that are aimed to help students understand, illuminate and physically engage with language, students will develop a new relationship with Shakespeare’s words as a source for powerful acting choices. Morning sessions include voice and movement work, stage combat and an introduction to Elizabethan dance. Afternoon sessions will focus on rehearsals of scenes and sonnets. Students will discover that acting Shakespeare requires commitment and a willingness to risk oneself to explore deeply human questions. Workshop will culminate in both a student-driven teaching demonstration and a performance.

Meets: July 10–21; 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
Location: UW Seattle campus
Length: 2 weeks
Cost: $760
Instructors: Julie Olsen and Karen Skrinde

To register online, go to UW Summer Programs

 19 
 on: April 07, 2017, 03:23:04 PM 
Started by Victor Pappas - Last post by Victor Pappas
Margaret Layne and Victor Pappas offer the next round of their class May 1- June 12, 2017. See attached information.

 20 
 on: April 07, 2017, 02:51:02 PM 
Started by Kate Gavigan - Last post by Kate Gavigan
An Artist's Way Program for those at Midlife and for Retirees is NOW Open for Registration for Spring/Summer Quarter 2017
“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”. Creativity Instructor Kate Gavigan will guide students through exploring 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.

May 5 – July 21
Fridays, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
$395 (12 weeks)
(a $75.00 nonrefundable deposit secures your space)
Location: Windows Art Gallery in Wallingford

To Register or for more information: http://www.seattleartistswaycenter.com

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, Creativity Coach, Home Organizer and Actor) to having gone through "The Artist's Way."









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