Intiman’s closure has left many ticketholders wondering what will happen with their purchase since the theatre will be unable to give refunds. Thankfully, many other local theatres have stepped up saying they will honor Intiman tickets as admission to their own shows. Here is a list of companies that will honor your Intiman ticket: Intiman Read more..
We thought you’d all like to know about this upcoming event. PatronManager CRM is a Customer Relationship Management system, which is a new patron-centered way of operating your organization, designed specifically for small to medium-sized arts groups. With PatronManager CRM, you can run your box office, including online ticketing, access your individual donations, track grants, Read more..
Is your organization at risk of losing its tax exempt status? With changes to the 990, you may simply be unaware of your requirements to file. You may also be intentionally letting the status expire for a defunct organization but check the list! I have pulled from the Washington list theatre related organizations. The full Read more..
If your organization uses wireless mics you may need to change the frequency; the FCC has sent a reminder to vacate all usage of the 700 MHz Band by June 12. Under a new FCC rule, anyone who uses a wireless microphone (or similar device) that operates in the 700 MHz Band will have to Read more..
Both of the resident companies in the Seattle Center House have some classic stories in their upcoming seasons. Let’s look! Book-It Repertory Theatre The Cider House Rules, Part Two: In Other Parts of the World (September-October 2010) written by John Irving and adapated by Peter Parnell. I guess we could have seen this one coming Read more..
Both SCT and ArtsWest are bringing quite a few Seattle premieres to their 2010-2011 season! The Green Sheep (Aug – Sep) – Based on Mem Fox and Judy Horacek’s book Where is the Green Sheep? for ages 1-4 The Borrowers (Sep – Oct) – by Mary Norton, adapted by Charles Way. Ages 8+ Morgan’s Journey Read more..
On Tuesday, drastic changes were made to our health care system when President Obama signed the health care reform measure into law. Among those changes are some immediate benefits to small businesses providing health insurance to their employees. Americans for the Arts has the details: Dear Washington Arts Advocates, We have been tracking the following Read more..
Theatre Puget Sound (TPS), in partnership with Theatre Communications Group (TCG) and the Association of Performing Arts Service Organizations (APASO), is conducting another very short snapshot survey to get an up-to-the-minute sense of how your arts organization is faring. The information gathered in this survey will contribute to a regional and national picture of the Read more..
Last year, Taproot Theatre sustained heavy smoke and water damage when an arsonist targeted the Greenwood area. The damage was pretty extensive, the video of a walk-through was heartbreaking. Taproot was forced to change their Christmas show and move it to a new venue. Despite the devastation, Taproot has maintained their ideal as a “theater Read more..
Starting December 1st, Seattle will have the opportunity to purchase half-price tickets to local events through Goldstar. Goldstar already operates in 8 other major US cities including Los Angeles and New York. Seattle has had a discount ticket service before; the now-defunct Ticket/Ticket offered half-off day-of tickets to theatres around the area. Goldstar, while also Read more..