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 21 
 on: January 03, 2018, 08:04:58 AM 
Started by Agastya Kohli - Last post by Agastya Kohli
Back over a 100 this year.

Here are the rules (updated 2017 edition) followed by the list.

0. If you disagree with my rules, come up with your own.
1. Each separately ticketed event counts as a show. For example, Friday night at 14/48 counts as 1, not 7. Friday and Saturday night of 14/48 counts as two.
2. Shows I see more than once still count as one.
3. Shows I participate in (as an actor/director/crew) count, but again only as one (see rule #2).
4. Musicals count, but music concerts don't. Dance-icals and dance-dramas count. Operas count too. Ballets and other dance shows don't.
5. One man/woman shows count, but lectures/demonstrations don't.
6. Improvs, sketch comedy, short play festivals – all count (see rule #1 regarding short play festivals), but stand-up comedy shows don't.
7. Staged readings count.
8. If I have to (or choose to) leave a show before it’s over, it counts if I saw at least half of it.
9. Shows in all languages count – even if I don't understand the language, as long as all other rules are satisfied.
10. If a show stops in the middle (other than intermission) for a promotional message, which interrupts the story telling, the show does not count. Fund raisers or award shows with a performance component, or religious events with a theatrical component, all fall in this category.
11. Live or recorded broadcasts of shows being performed elsewhere do not count.
12. Reading or performance of excerpts from a play for promotional purposes do not count.


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14/48 January First Weekend, Friday (Participant)
14/48 January First Weekend, Saturday (Participant)
The (Curious Case of the) Watson Intelligence
Salon at ToJ (Staged Reading)
14/48 January Second Weekend, Saturday
Maple and Vine
Aathvan Sarg (Participant)
Every Five Minutes

The Guards at the Taj
Let the Right One In
The Liar
Storyville Rising
Proof
Celebrating Women in Science
The Cherry Orchard
Three Americans - Voices of Hope
Jhatpat! - Improv Comedy
Room Service
When Love Speaks

Well
39 Steps
Bring Down the House - 1
Bring Down the House - 2
An Oak Tree
Student-Produced One Act Plays
Tribes
A Small History of Amal by Amal, Age 7 (Staged Reading)
Sex with Strangers
Milk Like Sugar
Dry Powder
Grounded
Perfect Arrangement
Yankee Pickney

Squatch - The Musical
Das Ende
The Right Story (Staged Reading) - Participant
Evidence of Things Unseen
Fire Station 7
Nadeshiko
Wellesley Girl
Here Lies Love
Chitrangada

Centrifuge 2
Money And Run: Save the Last Dance for Run
Money And Run: Of Nuns and Ninjas (Participant)
Money And Run: Money, Take Run
Present Laughter
Cherdonna's Doll's House
Pilgrims
... And Starring Claire from Hollywood
Busman's Honeymoon

Grand Concourse
Murder for Two
The Legend of Georgia McBride
Downstairs
Lydia
Quickies Vol 17 (Participant)
Barbecue
Welcome to Braggsville

The Realistic Joneses
Greensward
Richard II
Hoodoo Love
Alex and Aris
Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act

14/48: Summer - Second Weekend Friday (Participant)
14/48: Summer - Second Weekend Saturday (Participant)
Soordas (Hindi)
Kabeer (Hindi)
Goblin Market
Persuasion
Eclipsed

The Who & The What
Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
Dragon Lady
August: Osage County
King of the Yees
Teh Internet is Serious Business
The Last Five Years
Relativity
Why We Have A Body
Double Feature

Pride and Prejudice
Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom
Closer
TE: The Sceince of Changing your Mind
The Crucible
Happy Happy Happy
Plumas Negras (Staged Reading - Represent!)
Local Playwrights Showcase (Represent)
House of Joy (Staged Reading - Represent)
Echoes of Empire (Staged Reading - Represent)
10 Acrobats in An Amazing Leap of Faith
Burn This
Mirror Mirror (Unleashed - Staged Reading)

My Samurai (Unleashed - Staged Reading)
Repossessed (Unleashed - Staged Reading)
The World of Extreme Happiness
Coriolanus: Fight Like a Bitch
Sings the Hits
63 Trillion
Ron - The War Within
The Government Inspector
The Twilight Zone Live
A Civil War Christmas
The Humans

The Secret and Impossible League of the Noosphere
Howl's Moving Castle
The Adventures of Rikki Tikki Tavi
It's a Wonderful Life (Participant)
Building the Wall
The Flight Before XMas
Company

14/48 Projects
14/48 Projects
Ghostlight Theatricals
Keri Healey and Cynthia Ellis
14/48 Projects
UW Drama School
Pratidhwani
Washington Ensemble Theatre

Kenan Fellowship / ACTLab
National Theatre of Scotland
Seattle Public Theater
Seattle Immersive Theatre
Strawberry Theatre Workshop
Infinity Box Theatre Project
Seagull Project
AJ Epstein Presents
Pratidhwani/ICM
Taproot Theatre
Thalia's Umbrella

Seattle Repertory Theatre
Village Theatre
Seattle Shakespeare Company
Seattle Shakespeare Company
Radial Theatre Project
Seattle Pacific University
ACT Theatre
Forward Flux Productions
React Theatre
ArtsWest Theatre
Seattle Repertory Theatre
Seattle Public Theater
ReAct Theatre
Theatre Schmeater

CenterStage Theatre
Red Rover Theatre Company
NPA
Taproot Theatre
Seattle Childrens Theatre
Sound Theatre Company
Horse in Motion
Seattle Repertory Theatre
Pratidhwani

InfinityBox Theatre
Theater Schmeater
Theater Schmeater
Theater Schmeater
Harlequin Productions
Washington Ensemble Theatre
Forward Flux Productions
Macha Monkey Productions
Taproot Theatre

Seattle Public Theater
ACT Theatre
ACT Theatre
Theatre 22 / ACTLab
Strawberry Theatre Workshop
Live Girls! Theater
Intiman Theatre
Book-It Repertory Theatre

New Century Theatre Company
MAP Theatre
GreenStage
Sound Theatre Company
ACT Theatre
Theater Schmeater

The 14/48 Projects
The 14/48 Projects
Shekhar Sen
Shekhar Sen
Sound Theatre Company
Taproot Theatre
Sandbox Radio

ArtsWest / Pratidhwani
Edmonds Driftwood Players
Intiman Theatre
Harlequin Theatre
ACT Theatre
Washington Ensemble Theatre
AK-L5 Productions
Taproot Theatre
Strawberry Theatre Workshop
Forward Flux Productions

Seattle Repertory Theatre
Theater Schmeater
SecondStory Rep
Infinity Box Theatre Project
ACT Theatre
Macha Theatre Works
eSe Teatro
eSe/Pratidhwani/SIS/Hansberry
Pratidhwani
SIS Productions
UW UTS
Theatre22
Pork Filled Productions

Pork Filled Productions
Pork Filled Productions
Seattle Public Theater / SIS Productions
Rebel Kat Productions
Theatre22
Sandbox Radio
Seattle Theaterwala
Seattle Shakespeare Company
Theater Schmeater
Taproot Theatre
Seattle Repertory Theatre

Live Girls! Theater
Book-it Repertory Theatre
Youth Theatre Northwest
Theatre Anonymous
Azeotrope
Seattle Public Theater

Thanks! Please post your list as a response to this message.
Agastya

 22 
 on: January 02, 2018, 12:44:38 PM 
Started by Kelly McMahon - Last post by Kelly McMahon
Playlist Seattle presents original plays and performance pieces inspired by Seattle’s music. In March 2018, we are producing a series of performances entitled Women Who Rock, which will highlight the music of Brenda Xu, Prom Queen and The Black Tones.

We are seeking short (5-8 min) scripts based on songs from these artists to be produced as part of this exciting series. We expect to present 4-6 pieces for each musical artist, with a total of 12-20 produced during the course of the run. Each piece will be staged at least twice.

Scripts that are chosen for production will be awarded a $40 honorarium.

Guidelines for submission:
•   Please submit plays in pdf form to kcmcasting@gmail.com by Monday, January 29, 2018. We will choose plays within the following week, with rehearsal set to begin February 5.

•   Along with your script, please include the following with you submission:
        - current resume/CV
         - in the body of your email, give the title of the song the piece is inspired by, a short synopsis (no more than 100 words) and character breakdown

•   You can find each artist’s catalog of songs at the following links:
https://brendaxu.bandcamp.com/
https://promqueenband.bandcamp.com/
https://soundcloud.com/theblacktones

•   When choosing songs, please keep to those written by the artists, not covers they may have recorded.


Some Info about our productions:
•   The work Playlist Seattle does is to celebrate and honor the city’s musicians. We do not attempt a literal dramatization of a song’s lyrics or story, however, we also do not stray too far from the theme or ethos of the piece. A good example would be Alice in Chains song “The Rooster”. We did not present a story about Vietnam/Jerry Catrell’s father/A giant male chicken. Instead, we explored warfare of the not-so-distant-future, based on the use of drone soldiers.

•   We most often do not produce our shows at traditional theatre spaces. As with any evening of one-acts, complicated sets or special effects are not typically possible. That said, if there is a key element to your story that goes beyond the barebones, we’ll be happy to see how we might make it happen within our DIY aesthetic.

•   Some examples of our work can be found at the following links:
With Kris Orlowski at Bumbershoot 2015 https://youtu.be/zjgqAMeKGEk
Piece inspired by Kryptonite Couch by Jamie Nova https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3soYm4AnLBk
Piece inspired by Nutshell by Alice in Chains https://youtu.be/9HzIfgMoTTE
Review by Seattle Music Insider   https://seattlemusicinsider.com/2016/05/06/inside-out-playlist-seattle-women-who-rock-review/

If you have any questions or would like to discuss an idea before begin to craft a script, please email kcmcasting@gmail.com.

 23 
 on: December 27, 2017, 08:10:09 AM 
Started by Tom Ansart - Last post by Tom Ansart
Position Description
Volunteer Coordinator

The Volunteer coordinator is responsible for the recruitment, retention, recognition, and training of front of house, administrative, and board member/advisory council volunteers. 
The Volunteer Coordinator is an hourly employee reporting to the board of directors.

Duties and Responsibilities:

1.   Recruit, schedule, and train volunteers for front of house positions throughout the season;
2.   Recruit and contract with administrative (long term and task specific) volunteers to assist with ticketing, office work, legal, reception, and fund-raising;
3.   Recruit and contract with artists and designer volunteers to assist with mainstage productions and special event support, dramaturgy, marketing, internal communications, graphic design, and web presence;
4.   Assist the board of directors in recruiting board, committee, advisory council and political advocates;
5.   Devise and implement a system for volunteer recognition and retention;
6.   Schedule a minimum of ten office hours per week to assist with reception, ticketing and coordination of volunteers.


Qualifications:
1.   Formal education in training and development and best practices of volunteer coordination (or equivalent training and experience);
2.   Two years’ experience in volunteer coordination in a community arts organization;
3.   Familiarity with Vendini (or comparable) ticketing system, or willingness to complete their online training;
4.   Experience with cash handling and credit card processing (Square);
5.   Hold a current MAST permit and food handlers card, or agreement to acquire same within 30 days of hire;
6.   Familiarity with Sign-up Genius or comparable recruitment applications, or willingness to learn;
7.   Willing to work weekend evenings and afternoons during performances, and business hours between shows, recruiting and training volunteers and managing office communications.

Compensation - As an hourly employee, working approximately half time, the Volunteer Coordinator is paid $15 per hour (six month probationary period).

Application Process:  Please submit resume and cover letter to: secretary@seattlemusicaltheatre.org by Monday, January 8th. 
Projected start date is Monday, January 22nd to support the opening of “Ain’t Misbehavin’” (February 9th, 2018).

 24 
 on: December 26, 2017, 10:03:08 PM 
Started by Rojo Davis - Last post by Rojo Davis
REBATEnsemble is looking for stage managers for our 2018 season.

Duties include but are not limited to:

Running the rehearsal room
Supervising safety concerns
Sending daily rehearsal notes email
Attending production meetings
Scheduling rehearsal time with cast
Point of contact for directors, designers, cast, and crew.

We are currently looking for additional stage managers to support our 2018 season. Our upcoming projects include readings, workshops, plays and musical productions. We are most interested in individuals available in January, February, September and August. Some commitments are 2 weeks, some are 1-2 months. We may be able to resolve schedule conflicts, our Production Manager and Assistant Stage Manager are available to provide additional support if needed. Some positions include a stipend. We can also assist with earning college credit.

Please contact us with any questions, we'd like to get to know you and find out if you're a good fit for our company.

About us:
REBATEnsemble (Recession-Era Broke-Ass Theatre Ensemble) started in 2011 as a UW student-led alternative to costly theatre in expensive venues. Bringing our unconventional approach to everything we do, we’ve done shows in carpet factories, cafes, parks and teahouses. Our cast and crew have always played an integral part in crafting our scripts and actors’ contributions have led to some of  our best works. Since then, we’ve grown and refined our craft, our members having gone on to other positions in the theatre industry (a few have even become film and TV actors in Hollywood) but REBATEnsemble remains a passion project, largely due to our unique approach to theatre. As we look to the future, we’ll continue blending forms, shattering the fourth wall and playing with fire.

If interested, please send your name, availability and contact information to
rojoadavis@gmail.com

 25 
 on: December 22, 2017, 03:08:40 PM 
Started by TPS Admin - Last post by TPS Admin
Wheatland Theatre Co. in Davenport WA seeks a music director and choreographer for our upcoming production of Oklahoma!

Key dates
May TBD: Ensemble dance rehearsals begin (1-2 days/wk)*
June 10: Full rehearsals begin (6 days/wk—evenings weekends)
July 17-23: Performances

*Because of the range of experience levels of our casts, we hope to give our local ensemble some advance rehearsals and are ideally looking for a Northwest-based choreographer who can travel to Davenport 1-2 days per week (with housing provided and travel expenses reimbursed), but this is flexible.

Compensation
Competitive fee DOE, plus travel and housing as applicable.

About us
WTC is the only nonprofit arts organization in Lincoln County, WA—a county with 10,000 people in an area twice the size of Rhode Island. Lincoln County is the country’s #2 producer of wheat. It’s the least racially, religiously, and politically diverse county in the State of Washington—which is exactly why we think it’s important to do theatre there… and why we’re particularly interested in hiring artists of color or with other diverse backgrounds. Spokane is the closest city, about 45 minutes away.

WTC is a community theatre, and our casts are often made up of middle-aged farmers and teachers who have never been onstage before (yes, there will be real-life “farmers and cowmen” in this cast). Three years ago, we launched a guest artist program, which brings a small number of professional theatre artists from around the country to mentor and work alongside local volunteers on one production a year.

The show

Other guest artists for Oklahoma! include a director (Lee Mikeska-Gardner, artistic director of The Nora Theatre Company, a mid-sized Equity company in the Boston area), one designer, and two actors (at least one on an AEA Guest Artist contract).

While we are still developing the concept for this production, we hope to create a fresh, story-driven take on this classic story that will subvert expectations about what a community theatre production of Oklahoma! in a town of 1,700 people looks like. One aspect we are exploring is connecting the story to the local community. As part of this, we are interested in possibly developing an acoustic/bluegrass/Americana-inspired orchestration to this classic score.

To apply
Please email Managing Director Drew Kowalkowski at drew@wheatlandtheatre.org with a résumé and a note expressing your interest and relating your experience to this project.

 26 
 on: December 12, 2017, 01:45:21 PM 
Started by Kate Swenson - Last post by Kate Swenson
Youth Theatre NW is looking to hire some fabulous Teaching Artists for current and ongoing projects.

Directors, Music Directors, and Classes--oh my!

Questions? Interested?

Please send your resume to kate@youththeatre.org

www.youththeatre.org

 27 
 on: December 11, 2017, 09:41:30 AM 
Started by Candace Marie Hackett - Last post by Candace Marie Hackett
Part Time: 15 hours/week
Pay: $25/hour
$100 Signing Bonus Available

If you're looking for a meaningful, energetic, fun, and exciting part-time job this may be the perfect fit for you! ShiningStars Washington is a creative dramatics program that is growing so fast that we need more teachers available to train immediately! Our teaching opportunities are dynamic and allow for plenty of creativity while providing a basic curriculum to structure your classes.

We have an IMMEDIATE opening for morning and afternoon instructors. We seek dynamic, energetic individuals with great communication skills who are looking for a consistent part-time opportunity, or someone that wants to make a career of children's theatre or early childhood education. Our teachers range from full-time college students and recent college graduates to stay-at-home parents and freelance artists.

These positions are open to people that are enthusiastic about kids. No theatre experience is required, but a creative spirit is!

Candidates must:

- be able to pass a MERIT background check

- be willing to take an Child/Infant First Aid and CPR Certification class

- love being silly

- have a love for and an ability to work with ages 2 - 8

- have strong communications skills

- have high personal integrity and reliability

Position:

Part-Time, 15 hours a week - preference given to those who can work all available hours. Signing bonus of $100 available upon hire.

Instructor opportunities are convenient for all Seattle and East Side residents, but do require travel. Classes take place in Mercer Island, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, and beyond. Travel reimbursement is available if travel exceeds 10 miles.

Visit www.ShiningStarsWA.com for more information on our program.

If you are interested in finding out more information or applying for a position, please send a "Letter of Interest" and resume to Candace Dahne, ShiningStars Washington Director, candace@shiningstarswa.com

 28 
 on: December 08, 2017, 03:03:52 PM 
Started by Karen Lund - Last post by Karen Lund
Professional Audition Master Class

Designed specifically to prepare you for the Theatre Puget Sound (TPS) general auditions, this class will equip you to audition with confidence. Taproot’s Associate Artistic Director Karen Lund teaches this limited-run class for the actor who wants to get work. Over three class sessions, you’ll receive personalized monologue coaching, headshot and résumé review, and receive Karen’s insight on how to most effectively present yourself as an actor. Get a jump on this year’s audition season and register early!

Prior approval required to enroll—email headshot and resume to studio@taproottheatre.org to get the process started.

Karen Lund is the Associate Artistic Director at Taproot Theatre Company. She has performed and directed at theatres across the country including the Illinois Repertory Theatre, Empty Space Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and the Kentucky and Idaho Shakespeare Festivals. She has won Seattle Times Footlight, Gypsy Rose Lee and Broadway World awards for direction. A former talent agent, Karen co-founded the SAG-AFTRA franchised Dramatic Artists Agency where she represented Jim Caviezel (The Passion of the Christ), Reiko Aylesworth (24) and Joel McHale (Talk Soup, Community) among others.

Teacher: Karen Lund
Location: Taproot Theatre’s Isaac Studio Theatre, 212 N 85th St
Dates: Mon, Feb 5; Mon, Feb 12; Tue, Feb 13  |  3 sessions
Time: 7:00 – 10:00 PM  |  Cost: $260

 29 
 on: December 06, 2017, 02:12:23 PM 
Started by Warren Douglas Kerr - Last post by Warren Douglas Kerr
REGISTRATION CLOSES ON MONDAY 22nd of FEBRUARY!

A six session class is being offered by the continuing education department at Tacoma Community College. Work will include slating, playing the pauses, movement, playing to the other, engineered and alternative source material, cold readings, group readings, and other related topics. The course is being taught by Warren Kerr, a 39 year veteran director in public school and civic theatres.

Course # 5621
Tuition and fees: $134
Registration: http//continuingedtacoma.com

Further information cab be found at: warrenkerr@rocketmail.com

 30 
 on: November 20, 2017, 05:41:56 AM 
Started by Darren Johnson - Last post by Darren Johnson
Fantastic.Z Theatre is looking for designers for our 2018 season!

Here are the details for our 2018 main stage shows:

Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche by Andrew Hobgood and Evan Linder
Performs:  May 18th – June 2nd (Thursdays – Saturdays)
At: The Ballard Underground (2220 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107)

The Story: 
In 1956, the widows of the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein meet in a renovated community center for their annual breakfast, where the prize-winning quiche will be declared in a much-anticipated ceremony. The sudden threat of an atomic bomb forces the women in this idyllic American town to begin sharing their deepest secrets, which lead to some not-so-shocking confessions from the society’s leaders.

Script: We’ve just ordered the scripts so we don’t have them uploaded yet, but for now here’s an excerpt of it from Samuel French:
http://www.samuelfrench.com/content/samples/106331/9808_SevenHomelessMammothsWanderNewEngland.pdf

Rehearsals start: April 2nd
Load-In: May 12th
Strike: June 3rd


Seven Homeless Mammoths Wander New England by Madeline George
Performs:  September 28th – October 13th (Thursdays – Saturdays)
At:  Inscape Arts and Cultural Center (815 Seattle Blvd S, Seattle, WA 98134)

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.

Script: We’ve just ordered the scripts so we don’t have them uploaded yet, but for now here’s an excerpt of it from Samuel French:
http://www.samuelfrench.com/content/samples/106331/9808_SevenHomelessMammothsWanderNewEngland.pdf

Rehearsals Start: August 12th 
Load-In:  September 22nd         
Strike:  October 14th


Designers will be compensated for their work in the form of a stipend.
Please send all resumes and inquiries to: kenydutton@gmail.com

Thanks!
Keny Dutton
Technical Director- Fantastic. Z Theatre

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