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.
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Theatre Puget Sound (TPS) announces today that Valerie Curtis-Newton will be the recipient of the 2019 Gregory A. Falls Sustained Achievement Award. Given each year in honor of Gregory A. Falls, this award acknowledges those individuals who have made an … Continue reading
Do you know an individual who makes theatre possible but who often are not themselves recognized? The deadline for nominations has been extended to September 22, 2019. Nominate that unsung hero who made an impact on our community. __________________________________ Individuals recognized … Continue reading
What’s new for 2019? Tickets for the 2019 Gregory Awards are now on sale and this year we have a new, tiered ticket options with hopes that many more can join us for the festivities. Tickets are now available for … Continue reading
The Gregory Awards to be Presented Live from Marion Oliver McCaw Hall at the Seattle Center on Monday, October 28th Seattle, WA (June 6, 2019) – Theatre Puget Sound (TPS) and The Gregory Awards announce today that performers Alexandria J. Henderson and Jimmy Shields will … Continue reading
In this month’s Spotlight, we get to know Board Member Laurie Lynch! 1. Tell us about yourself! Who are you? My name is Laurie Lynch, They/Them/She/Her. I am a theatre artist, dandy, educator, activist, mommy. I work at the Rainbow … Continue reading
Materials Fee Waived for TPS Members! Are you a confident actor or dancer, but the thought of learning music for a singing audition makes you cringe? Are you a stage manager who has to call cues with a music score? Here, back … Continue reading
Keiko Green (that’s me!) leaves our offices at the end of this month, so Executive Director Ariel Bradler posed a few questions about her time in Seattle. Keiko worked in Communications at TPS and was also an active part of … Continue reading
You already saw what the auditors had to say. Now here’s some feedback from our amazing TPS Member performers who auditioned at this year’s 2018 Unified General Auditions. 176 of 390 auditioning performers responded to this survey. Have you been … Continue reading
Stats on: 495 monologues & 183 songs Most popular playwright: 73 – William Shakespeare 9: Anton Chekhov 8: Steven Dietz; Aaron Posner 7: John Patrick Shanley 6: Stephen Adly Guirgis; Arthur Miller; Theresa Rebeck; Tennessee Williams 5: Kenneth Lonergan; David Mamet; … Continue reading
Theatre Puget Sound brings Chicago Theatre Standards to Seattle theatre community. TPS gathers nominations for a community coalition to build theatre standards document. For Immediate Release (Seattle, WA, April 8, 2019) THEATRE PUGET SOUND announces the opening of community nominations … Continue reading