Business Affiliate Mari Geasair presents her latest workshop for growing your audience and increasing your impact. April 10, 11, and 18 up at TPS. (This workshop is normally offered at $375.00 but the price has been reduced for local arts organization due to the generous support of TPS) Significantly increase attendance and donations! Even in Read more..
Ralph Remington The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) announced yesterday that Ralph Remington will be their new director of theater and musical theaters as of March 15. Remington was previously a city council member for the city of Minneapolis. At the NEA he will be managing grantmaking for theater and developing partnerships to advance Read more..
The Seattle Repertory Theatre is also hosting a professional development workshop for Teaching Artists. Spots are very limited for this two-day workshop so contact them as soon as possible! Here is the press release: What: TATLab When: Seattle March 19th and 20th, 2010 from 9:00-5:00 Where: The Seattle Repertory Theatre You are invited to apply Read more..
The Seattle Repertory Theatre is seeking local playwrights for a Summer Residency at Western Washington University. Press release: CALL TO PLAYWRIGHTS FOR APPLICATIONS Seattle Rep Summer Residency at Western Washington University JUNE 20th-27th, 2010 Are you a playwright residing in the Pacific Northwest? Would you like to bring your work-in-progress to our inaugural Summer Read more..
The auditor schedule is now up-to-date, so now you can see exactly who was the General Auditions and at what time. Check it out here.
What a week that was! Almost 400 actors passed through these fabled halls and valiantly demonstrated their theatrical abilities for 2-3 minutes in front of our supportive group of auditors here in the Center House Theatre. Everyone involved made a great effort to make the Unified General Auditions run so well; the auditors who keep Read more..
This week, expert audition and performance coach Valerie Mamches will be giving us some great tips on how to improve next week’s audition at the Unified General Auditions. – Shane 5. Review your head shots and resumes. You don’t have to break the bank to present clear photos that look like you and give Read more..
As I mentioned earlier, we had a record number of applicants this year. In previous years we’ve sometimes even had the luxury of condensing to 3 days; this year we will be jam-packed for four days. As such, many actors were declined this year. This may have been due to not having enough experience, or Read more..
Interest in our annual Unified General Auditions continues to grow as we received an all-time high of 460 actors applying to participate in the event next week. Even after completely stuffing our 10am-5pm time slots we still had to turn many actors away. This will be a great one to attend as an auditor; with Read more..
This week, expert audition and performance coach Valerie Mamches will be giving us some great tips on how to improve next week’s audition at the Unified General Auditions. – Shane 4. Break the last-minute-crunch habit. Junk food provides limited nutrition. If you can’t find the time to dedicate to your auditions, your professional calling Read more..