What: From August 1st 2010 until August 31st 2010, Theatre Puget Sound (TPS) will open nominations for the 2010 Gregory Awards for Theatrical Excellence. For the first time, in 2010, any Washington State resident will have the opportunity to nominate one candidate in each category. How: To submit a candidate for nomination, the public must Read more..
Bumbershoot’s 2010 Regional Theatre Program is curated by Theatre Puget Sound, a consortium of theatres and individual artists in the Puget Sound region dedicated to nurturing a healthy and vibrant theatre and arts community. TPS has worked with Bumbershoot since 2003 to curate an exceptional program highlighting local theatre performers and exceptional productions. This year’s Read more..
Here is a list of the most popular playwrights and plays in our 2010 Unified General Auditions. Please note this is in no way an opinion of what’s overdone; this is just straight facts! If you’re interested in what the auditors felt were overdone, I’d suggest checking out Karen’s summary of auditor comments on our Read more..
I know a few of you are interested in the breakdown of our yearly General Auditions, so our volunteers took some extra notes in February and I’ve finally put them in spreadsheet form! This post will detail the actors in terms of demographics and the choices they make. OVERALL This year we saw 359 actors Read more..
Sure, being a member of Theatre Puget Sound is great. You get an online profile with uploadable headshot and resume. Access to an industry mailing list, our forums and our audition database. Discount tickets to almost every theater in town. Unified General Auditions, discounted headshots, and sponsored classes on marketing and more. What more could Read more..
Congratulations to Book-It Repertory Theatre, a recipient in the 2010 Mayor’s Arts Awards. The applicants were reviewed by the Seattle Arts Commission and their recommendations were then forwarded to Mayor Mike McGinn. Mayor Mike McGinn will honor recipients of the 2010 Mayor’s Arts Awards at a public ceremony on the eve of the Labor Day Read more..
The Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs is accepting applications for the 2011 CityArtists Projects, a program designed to financially assist local artists. Funding is available for up to $10,000. CityArtist Projects is an annual funding program that provides support to individual Seattle artists to conceive, develop and present new, in-progress or remounted works Read more..