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.
- The Full List of Nominees for the 9th Annual Gregory Awards!
- Volunteer Call: 2017 TPS Bumbershoot Stage
- Justin Huertas and Sara Porkalob to Host the 9th Annual Gregory Awards
- Leadership for Social Change to host Community Share-Out
- Ariel Bradler Named as New Executive Director of Theatre Puget Sound
Category Archives: fundraising
Did you know? TPS has TEN pianos in our rehearsal and performance spaces! These pianos are used by members and facility clients on a daily basis and as anybody who has ever laid hands on them can attest, they are ALL in … Continue reading
Celebrate beer, summer, and TPS! Theatre Puget Sound is headed to Rooftop Brewing Company on Sunday August 21 for our summer fundraiser, a celebration of the arts, crafted beers, and tasty bites. For only $30 from 5 to 9 pm, … Continue reading
We have some exciting news regarding Arts Crush and we need your help! Arts Crush was selected to compete for the June Pepsi Challenge Grant in the Pepsi Refresh Project. This means we are one of only 10 ideas competing … Continue reading
Acclaimed storyteller and author Mike Daisey stages a benefit performance of his conversation-sparking monologue about the failure of the American theater to help sustain and support its workers. The proceeds will be distributed as grants administered by Artist Trust to … Continue reading
As we mentioned earlier, local artists Naho Shioya and Mimi Katano are organizing an effort to raise funds for the victims of Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami. Here is a list of shows that will benefit this worthy cause. Thank you … Continue reading
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) recently announced that 40 theatre companies will receive grants of $25,000 to participate in “Shakespeare for a New Generation,” introducing middle and high school students to Shakespeare. Our friends at Seattle Shakespeare Company … Continue reading
The City of Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs sent along a handy page of funding resources plus public and private organizations who offer arts education services. Check it out under the cut!