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 on: September 26, 2017, 11:20:13 AM 
Started by Heather Bernadette - Last post by Heather Bernadette
Description: Work with youth ages 5+ to perform 30 minute adaptations of Shakespeare, Musicals, The Hobbit, Tikki Tikki Tembo and other scripts. We need applicants who love kids and theatre.
Job Duties: Duties would include assisting the Directors in the creation of live theatre pieces, supervising and encouraging young performers, organization of scripts and charts for attendance and coordination of props and costumes.  Help keep children focused and on task.
Required Skills:
-          Must have access to a car or be able to arrange transportation.
-          Interns must be sure they can attend EVERY class they are assigned to in order to complete the internship. Classes are every Tuesday     from 3:20-4:30, 10/02 through 12/11.
-          Interns must comply with the following requirements: have some experience working with children and be completing a Drama degree, be a Theatre graduate, or have significant Theatre experience.
-          Interns must be willing to undergo a background check, as required by the state of Washington.
-          Stone Soup Theatre will pay $125.00 stipend for the Teaching Assistant Fall Internship.

About Us: Stone Soup's Theatre 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 allow the students' bodies, focus, reactions and facial expressions be what shows our audience the world and environment of the play.
Position starts next week.

Interested applicant please email a cover letter stating why you would be a good fit for Stone Soup Theatre, and your resume for review.  We will contact you for an interview.

Email to the Education Director Jeremy Ehrlich at

 on: September 24, 2017, 10:08:30 AM 
Started by Mario Gomez - Last post by Mario Gomez

Rebel Kat Productions​ is looking for a Sound Board Operator for its upcoming production of Coriolanus: Fight Like a Bitch, an all-female cast adaptation of Shakespeare’s play, at 12th Ave Arts’ Main Stage. The operator will be needed at tech rehearsals and all performances

In a nutshell:
Coriolanus: Fight Like a Bitch
Director: Emily Penick
SM: Rachel Culbertson
Rehearsals: Tech October 11th - October 15th
Previews: October 17th and 18th
Performances: October 19th to November 18th. Wednesday through Saturday, with 2 Monday Industry Nights in November.
There is a $200 stipend and comps for this position.

If you are interested and available, please email at

Thank you!

Mario Gomez
Production Manager

 on: September 23, 2017, 08:04:34 AM 
Started by Heather Bernadette - Last post by Heather Bernadette
Stone Soup Theatre is searching for a runner for their flier delivery to Seattle schools.  Date is set for Tuesday Sept 26th between 9am and 3pm. Pay rate is $10 per hr.  If you are interested please email or call at 206.226.2644.

Thank You
Heather Bernadette
Stone Soup Theatre
Education Coordinator

 on: September 20, 2017, 08:07:37 AM 
Started by Mark Lutwak - Last post by Mark Lutwak

SEATTLE, WA. September 5, 2017 – Snowflake Avalanche and 18th & Union proudly present the world premiere of Y York’s new play, SYCORAX, starring legendary Seattle actress Demene E. Hall. SYCORAX performs just seven times – Friday, October 6 through Monday, October 9 and Thursday through Saturday, October 14. All performances will be held at 18TH & UNION: An Arts Space at 7:30 PM. Tickets may be obtained at or by calling 866-811-4111.

Betrayed by a mother, a lover, her son’s lover, society, and the vicious lies that Prospero has foisted on the world, Sycorax makes an excellent case to the gods for revenge. Inspired by, but independent of, Shakespeare’s The Tempest, this powerful monodrama offers a profound meditation on persecution, vengeance and forgiveness.

Playwright Y York recently returned to Seattle where audiences have seen her plays AFTERNOON OF THE ELVES, GETTING NEAR TO BABY, CRASH, FROG & TOAD (FOREVER), THE PORTRAIT THE WIND THE CHAIR, WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND, NOTHING IS THE SAME, MASK OF THE UNICORN WARRIOR, & THE GARDEN OF RIKKI TIKKI TAVI at Seattle Children’s Theatre, as well as IT COMES AROUND with Lori Larsen at Theatre Under the Influence and THE SNOWFLAKE AVALANCHE with Anthony Lee, Laurence Ballard, Olga Sanchez and Demene E. Hall at the Seattle Group Theatre. You can find out more at

Originally from Michigan, Demene E. Hall had a career as a singer and dancer in Los Angeles and on tour to Australia, Europe and Japan before settling in the Northwest in 1987. She has acted on virtually every major stage in Seattle, as well as appearing in film and television.

SYCORAX is directed by Mark Lutwak; designs are by Frances Kenny, Johanna Melamed and Ryan Dunn. Andrew Lee Creech is dramaturg.

Snowflake Avalanche is a trade name used by Y York & Mark Lutwak to present the work of Y York. For more information, please contact Mark Lutwak at 513/257.6048 or

 on: September 14, 2017, 02:30:12 PM 
Started by Daniel Tarker - Last post by Daniel Tarker
North Seattle College is offering the Page to Stage  Playwriting Class Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30 pm, October 10 - November 28. Learn the fundamentals of playwriting in a friendly and supportive learning environment. The class involves exercises, lessons in playwriting principles, workshop sessions, and activities to get you submitting your plays as soon as you leave class. For more information, see here:

 on: September 14, 2017, 10:21:38 AM 
Started by Patricia Bonnell - Last post by Patricia Bonnell
URGENT!  We need a sound & light board operator for a short-term gig.  Stipend of $50 available.

Location:  18th & Union
Start date:  Sept. 24
End date:  Oct. 2
Stipend:  $50

Simple and straightforward cues, but we need you!  If you've worked this space before, that is a plus, but not required.
Please email

 on: September 14, 2017, 10:11:20 AM 
Started by Patricia Bonnell - Last post by Patricia Bonnell
Three Viewings - 18th & Union - One Weekend Only
Sept. 29, 30 at 7:30; Sun - Oct. 1 at 3:00; Mon - Oct. 2 Industry Night at 7:30

Not everyone takes their secret to the grave - see acclaimed playwright Jeffrey Hatcher's "Three Viewings" with Patty Bonnell, Terry Boyd and Gretchen Douma. These veteran actors deliver an emotional punch in this riveting, often surprising play. Directed by Ellen Graham.

INDUSTRY NIGHT:  Monday, Oct. 2.
Shows one weekend only at 18th & Union.  Discount tickets are $12 in advance.  Please come out and support this incredible show!
Ovation Tickets:

 on: September 14, 2017, 07:22:38 AM 
Started by Daniela Melgar - Last post by Daniela Melgar
Mercer Island High School is looking for a sound engineer for their fall musical, 9 to 5. There are 6 tech rehearsals and 6 performances. Tech starts Thursday, November 2nd and and our last show closes on November 18th. There is a $480 stipend. If you are interested, please contact Daniela Melgar,

 on: September 13, 2017, 09:32:48 PM 
Started by Sarah Stillion - Last post by Sarah Stillion
Back Home on the Tumblin' D, playing at Baylight Dinner Theatre in Stanwood, WA this Christmas tide is searching for a costume designer. It is a period show: WWII America 1944 on a Colorado ranch.

Stipend: $600
Budget: $800 (maybe with a little wiggle room)
7 bodies to costume with a couple of different days in the script.
Some returning cast members with some possible costumes to pull a few pieces.

Call or email if interested: or 425-772-5984
send your resume if you can via email, thank you! Cool

 on: September 13, 2017, 11:09:49 AM 
Started by Ilsa Olsen - Last post by Ilsa Olsen
Seattle Public Theater
Box Office Associate
Pay: $13/hr ($14/hr starting January 2018)

Seattle Public Theater is an intellectual, curious community that actively engages with ideas and people. Our mission is to produce compelling and socially relevant theater to spark conversation and ignite empathy.

We are seeking box office associates for our 2017-2018 season who share this mission and vision. The box office associate serves as the face of the theater, responsible for greeting patrons, selling tickets, and overseeing the bar and concessions for mainstage and youth productions. We are looking for proactive, professional problem-solvers who are happy to answer questions, promote our mission, and calmly resolve any ticketing issues that arise.

We produce six mainstage shows per season and maintain a busy schedule of youth productions between mainstage shows. Applicants should wish to work both mainstage and youth productions, a minimum of two two-hour shifts per week, and be available for increased shifts the month of December, when we have two holiday shows running in rep.

We use Salesforce ticketing software and experience with this or other ticketing software, as well as cash-handling experience, is desired, but not required.

Please e-mail your resume, general availability starting in October, and a brief statement about why you would be a good fit for this position to by September 26, 2017.

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