Theatre Puget Sound (TPS) is a leadership and service organization founded in 1997 to advocate for the region's growing theatre community's causes and administer much-needed services.
TPS is now the Northwest's premiere arts advocacy and leadership organization, providing programming and services that benefit both the theatre community and the larger regional arts community.
Author Archives: Keiko Green
Meet Our New Development Manager! Tell us about yourself! Who are you? Where are you from? I grew up in Arkansas and moved to Seattle almost 10 years ago. My first taste of the stage was at 12 years old … Continue reading
Rex Carleton, TPS technical director and Seattle Theatre Wikipedia himself answers monthly questions in this new feature of our Newsletter. Program Assistant Libby Barnard sits down with the man himself to ask him one of your many questions. 4. How do … Continue reading
Tell us about yourself and your relationship to theatre! I grew up in Sammamish. When I was eight, my parents signed me up for a Kidstage Class at Village Theatre. Back then, Steve Tomkins taught the Kidstage classes. We did … Continue reading
Dear Members, A core part of TPS’ mission is to advocate for the theatre community. As part of that mission, we at Theatre Puget Sound have been working the past three weeks to understand the sudden and unexpected news regarding … Continue reading
How do you know it’s true love? Rex Carleton, TPS technical director and Seattle Theatre Wikipedia himself answers monthly questions in this new feature of our Newsletter. Program Assistant Libby Barnard sits down with the man himself to ask him … Continue reading
Is it possible to become a playwright in Seattle? Rex Carleton, TPS technical director and Seattle Theatre Wikipedia himself answers monthly questions in this new feature of our Newsletter. Program Assistant Keiko Green sits down with the man himself … Continue reading
Sunday, January 21, 2018 Womxn in Theatre: Sexual harassment and inequality in Seattle arts The #metoo and #timesup movements have swept through Hollywood and the greater entertainment industry marking an important shift in our culture. How are these movements transforming … Continue reading
Every year we allow our auditors to give feedback on what they liked/disliked about the annual Unified General Auditions. Over 50 auditors filled out the survey – this is valuable information for future UGA actors, containing information about how best … Continue reading
Deadline: 1/5/2018 Theatre Puget Sound is currently seeking photographers to take part in Headshot Days 2018 , when we connect photographers with our members for a discounted rate. We are hoping for this program in 2018 to occur at some point … Continue reading