ACT – A Contemporary Theatre [back to top]Theatre
ACT is a contemporary theatre where artistic ambition and civic engagement unite, activating the power of theatre to expand our collective understanding of community and our own humanity. We produce five primary programs, presenting in four performance spaces – Mainstage, ACTLab, Young Playwrights Program (YPP), Core Company, and the New Work initiative – to fulfill our mission, supported by multiple complementary initiatives to engage audiences, develop new works, and keep the art accessible.Note to actors:
Two important things to remember:
(1) Everyone in the room is on your side and wants you to shine. Use your walk to centerstage to take in that welcoming energy, and show us the magic you came to do!
(2) Whether your time slot is 2 minutes or 3 minutes, that is YOUR TIME to show off: own it, take charge of the space, and show us why you’re the person we’ve been waiting all day to see. And whether you feel it’s gone well or not so well, own what you’ve accomplished and exit with pride – you did it!
2020 MainStage Season shows are cast.
Seeking actors of interest for A CHRISTMAS CAROL 2020; various non-mainstage projects (workshops, festivals etc) throughout the 2020 season; and possible shows for 2021.
Planned Auditors: Margaret Layne (Director of Casting)
Registered February 11, 2020 at 11:33 am
As If Theatre Company [back to top]Theatre
In the long-standing debate, “Does art imitate life or does life imitate art?” As If Theatre Company consciously chooses the latter. We want our art to instill within you hope and laughter, conflict and resolution, empathy and awareness, and a deeper understanding of yourself and others.
We are committed to bringing engaging, challenging, and entertaining theater to the community just north of Seattle. Our company believes that theater is community and together we can tell stories that inspire thought, engage conversations, and join all of us together to tell a bigger story. Passionate and dedicated, As If Theater Company’s ultimate goal is to change our small piece of the world for the better.Casting for:
Planned Auditors: Cindy French (Artistic Director), Molly Hall (Engagement Director)
Registered January 22, 2020 at 10:28 am
Bainbridge Performing Arts [back to top]Theatre
About Bainbridge Performing Arts
BPA’s team of theatre professionals work with volunteer cast members from Bainbridge, Kitsap, Seattle and beyond to produce professional quality, well supported and attended shows in our 245 seat facility on Bainbridge Island.
Bainbridge is a beautiful 35-minute ferry ride from downtown Seattle and the theater is a short walk from the dock.
We do provide walk-on ferry passes for our Seattle cast members for all rehearsals and performances. BPA produces five Mainstage shows a year, including a summer Shakespeare production at nearby Bloedel Reserve, and house The Edge Improv, Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra and BPA Theatre School. Please see our Facebook page; www.facebook.com/BPAonline as well as our website; www.BainbridgePerformingArts.org for more information about our organization.
Pride & Prejudice- Rehearsals March 9 – April 29, Performances April 30- May 17
Macbeth- Rehearsals May 18 – July 7, Performances July 8-26
2020 / 2021 Season TBA
Planned Auditors: Deirdre Hadlock (Production Manager), Pete Benson (Director of Education), Zandi Carlson (Director)
Registered January 31, 2020 at 3:20 pm
Bellingham TheatreWorks [back to top]Theatre
Bellingham TheatreWorks was founded by Mark Kuntz and Steve Lyons in 2014. The mission of Bellingham TheatreWorks is to produce stories of significance to the Pacific Northwest, with an emphasis on local actors and local playwrights. Bellingham TheatreWorks also produced “Fairhaven Summer Repertory Theatre” which presents three established plays in repertory for four weeks.Note to actors:
We provide housing in Bellingham if required. The artistic director, Mark Kuntz, directs many of our plays. He is a professor of theatre at Western Washington University.
We pay all crew and actors a stipend, ranging from $200 to $500.Casting for:
For Fairhaven Summer Repertory Theatre:
Ching Chong Chinaman by Lauren Yee
Big Scary Animals by Matt Lyle
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
Also casting for new works by Pacific Northwest playwrights.
Planned Auditors: Steve Lyons (Producing Director), Mark Kuntz (Artistic Director), TBD TBD (Assistant Director), TBD TBD (Assistant Director)
Registered January 22, 2020 at 11:38 am
Big Fish NW Talent Representation [back to top]Talent Agency
We represent actors for a variety of on-camera projects. We proudly have talent available for principal roles and extra roles throughout the region. Our talent can be readily found in films ranging from indies to theater blockbusters, regional & national commercials, training videos, gaming, voice-overs and many other projects.
Planned Auditors: Melissa Baldauf (Agent/Agency Director), Gordon Adams (Owner)
Registered February 7, 2020 at 5:25 am
Book-It Repertory Theatre [back to top]Theatre
Book-It Repertory Theatre is a non-profit organization dedicated to transforming great literature into great theatre through simple and sensitive production and to inspiring its audiences to read.
Book-It Repertory Theatre was founded 30 years ago as an artists’ collective, adapting short stories for performance and touring them throughout the Northwest. Today, with over 100 world-premiere adaptations of full-length novels to its credit – many of which have garnered rave reviews and gone on to subsequent productions all over the country – Book-It is widely respected for the consistent artistic excellence of its work.Casting for:
4 Main Stage Productions, 3 Educational Touring Productions
Planned Auditors: Zenaida Smith (Casting Associate), Gus Menary (Incoming Artistic Director)
Registered January 28, 2020 at 2:41 pm
Bridges Stage Company [back to top]Theatre
Bridges Stage Company, a multi-ethnic theatre company, is dedicated to building awareness, understanding and acceptance of all people and cultures through programs that explore our similarities and celebrate our differences in the hope of bringing us closer together.Casting for:
“Returning to Haifa” by Ghassan Kanafani, adapted for the stage by Ismail Khalidi and Naomi Wallace
Planned Auditors: Aaron Clements-Levin (Artistic Director), Danette Meline (Assistant)
Registered February 20, 2020 at 8:57 am
Brown Soul Productions [back to top]Theatre
We develop and produce new work by women of color.Casting for:
This year, we are producing a new work entitled “Bounce” by local Seattle Playwright Somnia Mari Ferral as well as a few workshop readings. We are on the lookout for actors and actresses of color who represent a diverse range of ages.
Planned Auditors: Alma Davenport (Artistic Producing Director)
Registered January 22, 2020 at 2:48 pm
Dacha Theatre [back to top]Theatre
Dacha is a Seattle-based theater company that specializes in devised, immersive, and playful work.
We are constantly in pursuit of new ways to tell old stories and ways to make new stories resonate, to bring them to our audience at their most pure and earnest. Our stories are typically full of movement, comedy, and audience interaction. We believe that the audience is a crucial player in every story, and that stories are at their most powerful when they balance joy and despair.
At Dacha, we believe everyone has a story worth telling, and we strive to tell our stories with whomever we can.
That is why our shows and events are always ticketed on a sliding scale, and have a pay-what-you-can option, so that no one ever has a financial barrier to coming and telling stories with us.
We’re rooting for you!Casting for:
(F)unfair – Show running July 24th – August 9th
a devised, immersive carnival
directed by Nick O’Leary
Planned Auditors: Kate Drummond (Artistic Director), Mike Lion (Artistic Director)
Registered January 31, 2020 at 10:02 am
Drama Dock [back to top]Theatre
Drama Dock is Vashon Island’s only continuously running community theatre company.
Founded in 1976, Drama Dock’s mission is to “Experience, Enrich, and Express our community through the creation of theatre on Vashon Island.”
Drama Dock produces 3-4 shows a year.
We are looking for men for the production of Winghaven Park, a new musical, scheduled for June 25- July 3, 2020.
Planned Auditors: Charlotte Tiencken (Director/Winghaven Park), Lisa Peretti (Composer/Librettist/Winghaven Park)
Registered January 20, 2020 at 10:36 am
GreenStage [back to top]Theatre
GreenStage is Seattle’s longest running Shakespeare company, presenting free Shakespeare in the Park in the area since 1989. Our mission is to inspire audiences to engage with live theater as part of their recreation. We wish to remove physical and financial barriers to the arts so that anyone can attend a play. Each summer GreenStage produces four summer touring productions that travel to over 20 local parks, with a total of over 60 free performances. GreenStage also presents the annual Seattle Outdoor Theater Festival, with 16 free performances by 10 local companies over two days.Note to actors:
Looking for actors of all types, genders, ethnicity, and ages to fill around 30 roles.
The structure of Shakespeare’s plays demands that most actors take on multiple roles. This is especially true of Backyard Bard productions, where 4 actors take on all the roles in two plays.
Each production tours to around a dozen outdoor locations, mainly in Seattle, but traveling as far as Lynnwood, Fall City, Burien and Maple Valley.
Experience in outdoor theater and Shakespeare is a plus.Casting for:
2020 Shakespeare in the Park Season – July 10-August 16
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream “
Backyard Bard productions of
“The Tempest” and “Twelfth Night”
“Midsummer” and “Henry V” are full length productions with casts of 12-14. No roles are precast.
Backyard Bard shows are both one hour cuts of the play, and both performed by the same 4 actors. No roles precast
Directors to be announced
Planned Auditors: Erin Day (Artistic Director), Heather Bernadette (Production Manager)
Registered February 1, 2020 at 10:40 am
Island Stage Left [back to top]Theatre
This is Stage Left’s 22nd year providing free professional theatre to residents and visitors on San Juan Island. In the summer Stage Left presents “Shakespeare under the Stars” and in the off-seasons a variety of mostly new, award-winning plays of dramatic stature that illuminate and question the human condition.Note to actors:
This is a summer spent outside on the island. All housing is provided, but commuting is not possible except after opening for three days a week. All positions are paid a living wage and we have 3 Equity spots.
We are looking for actors who have an ease with heightened language. Please prepare a Shakespeare audition or one with heightened text.
This gig is for actors who enjoy working in an ensemble. A sense of humor, humility and an enjoyment of the outdoors are pluses.
We are looking for verbal acuity, comedic timing, easy physicality and some understanding of the traditional male and female roles at the turn of the last century. The play is to be set in the aftermath of WW1 at the beginning of the suffragette movement.
Much Ado about Nothing – Beatrice, Benedick, Hero, Claudio, Leonato, Borachio and Dogberry.
Beatrice needs to read between 33 and 40. Benedick between 35 and 45. Claudio and Hero between 20 and 30. Borachio and Dogberry can be any age.
Planned Auditors: Helen Machin-Smith (Director), Georgia Smith (Assistant Director)
Registered January 22, 2020 at 11:30 am
Key City Public Theatre [back to top]Theatre
Key City Public Theatre- 2020 Season
Always Patsy Cline (April 2020)
A musical tribute to the legendary country singer, complete with down home country humor, true emotion and even some audience participation, includes many of Patsy’s unforgettable hits such as Crazy, I Fall to Pieces, Sweet Dreams and Walking After Midnight… By Ted Swindley, based on a true story Featuring Abakis as Patsy Cline Directed by Denise Winter Musical Director: Linda Dowdell
Around the World in 80 Days (June 2020)
Adapted by David Natale from the acclaimed 1873 adventure novel by French writer Jules Verne by William Shakespeare Directed by Allen Fitzpatrick
Stampeding elephants! Raging typhoons! Runaway trains! Unabashedly slapstick! Danger, romance, and comic surprises abound in this whirlwind of a show as some of KCPT’s finest physical comedians portray 39 characters traversing seven continents in one of the greatest adventures of all time.
Romeo & Juliet (August 2020)
By William Shakespeare Directed by Brendan Chambers
Shakespeare in the Park – But Soft! This summer the stars conspire against two young lovers during Shakespeare in the Park. This epic and timeless story will be a not-to-miss hit of the summer at Chetzemoka Park. Seating is first come first served – bring blankets, chairs and a desire for a magical evening.
Analog & Vinyl (August/September 2020)
West Coast Premiere Music & Lyrics by Paul Gordon with Book by Paul Gordon and Michael Berresse Directed by Denise Winter Musical Director: Linda Dowdell
Harrison is obsessed with LPs from the sixties and the superior quality of analog. Rodeo Girl, a quirky California hipster, is obsessed with Harrison but he barely notices. With his vintage record store about to go under, Harrison and Rodeo Girl are visited by a mysterious customer who makes them a devilish offer they can’t refuse.
The Game’s Afoot, Holmes for the Holidays (November/December 2020)
By Ken Ludwig Directed by Brendan Chambers
It is December 1936 and Broadway star William Gillette, admired the world over for his leading role in the play Sherlock Holmes, has invited his fellow cast members to his Connecticut castle for a weekend of revelry. But when one of the guests is stabbed to death, the festivities in this isolated house of tricks and mirrors quickly turn dangerous.
Then it’s up to Gillette himself, as he assumes the persona of his beloved Holmes, to track down the killer before the next victim appears
Planned Auditors: Brendan Chambers (Artistic Associate)
Registered February 19, 2020 at 3:16 pm
Kitsap Forest Theater (The Mountaineers Players) [back to top]Theatre
Midweek evening rehearsals are in Seattle at TPS. Some weekend rehearsals and performances are at our beautiful outdoor theater in Bremerton.
A treasured family tradition in the greater Puget Sound arts community since 1923, The Mountaineers Players continues to bring Puget Sound audiences quality outdoor theater under the conifer canopy of its Kitsap Forest Theater every spring and summer. One of the oldest nonprofit theater groups in the country, the Players troupe performs in the midst of the 460-acre Rhododendron Preserve near Bremerton. Giant fir trees surround terraced seating—carved from the side of a natural amphitheater— while verdant ferns serve as the “footlights” for the performance stage.
Carpools encouraged and some travel stipends available for some roles.Note to actors:
If you are interested in Beauty and the Beast, please sign up to audition (see TPS audition notice). Callbacks being held before TPS Generals – although if we are still looking to fill a certain role, we will be calling some for a second callback.Casting for:
Spring: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast
Summer: Bend in the Road, The Anne of Green Gables Musical (NW Premier)
Planned Auditors: Gala Lindvall (Producer), Jenny Dreessen (Asst. Director)
Registered February 5, 2020 at 12:01 pm
Macha Theatre Works [back to top]Theatre
Macha Theatre Works is a fearless female non-profit arts organization showcasing exceptional artists, delivering innovative education programs, and staging new theatrical works that feature strong female characters.
Macha envisions a world where fearless female voices thrive.
We strive to bring complex, provocative, empowering, innovative, eclectic, diverse women’s stories to the stage through professional productions, new play reading series, and educational offerings.
Fall 2020 – Spring 2021
Including Holiday Show: The Flight Before Xmas by Maggie Lee
And 2 other shows tbd
Planned Auditors: Anna Ly (Directing Associate), Maggie Lee (Artistic Associate, Writer)
Registered February 12, 2020 at 10:30 am
Mirror Stage [back to top]Theatre
Theatre That Gets People Talking, Mirror Stage reflects the diversity of our community onstage in high-quality, progressive, thought-provoking productions that play it smart without always playing it safe. We nurture unique artistic voices while providing opportunities for newly-emerging artists to work alongside more seasoned professionals. Mirror Stage uses the power of theatre to challenge assumptions, bias and prejudice, increasing equity and inclusion while encouraging more thoughtful reflection on today’s issues. With the goal of increasing empathy, understanding, and social justice, Mirror Stage opens doors to new ways of seeing and thinking—entertaining while enlightening, and bringing us to a place of common understanding.Casting for:
Expand Upon series, 2021 fully-staged production, and other future projects.
Planned Auditors: Suzanne Cohen (Managing Artistic Director), Hazel Gibson (Program Associate)
Registered January 26, 2020 at 5:41 pm
Missoula Children’s Theatre [back to top]Theatre
A tour team consists of 2 professional actor/directors. Each team visits a new community every week; they are responsible for auditioning, casting, and rehearsing the 50-60 local school age children for approximately 20 hours over a week’s time. The week culminates in two performances of an hour-long musical with one of the MCT actor/director’s performing in a supporting role alongside the children. The other serves as the primary director. MCT teams also conduct educational workshops as part of each residency week.Note to actors:
call back interviews will take place in the evening all week. If unavailable, interviews can take place over the phone at a later date.Casting for:
20 males & 20 females for acting and singing (all roles gender neutral)
touring, educational, theatre for youth, year-round, summer, non-equity
Planned Auditors: Matt Loehrke (Education Director)
Registered February 19, 2020 at 9:58 am
Pacific Play Company [back to top]Theatre
About Pacific Play Company
Pacific Play Company is a new Seattle-based theatre company devoted to staging world and regional premiere plays by American playwrights with an emphasis on local writers. We value not only quality production elements, but strive for a creative and fun production environment.
Pacific Play Company will be a locally run, locally cast, locally produced forum for emerging regional theatre artists in the Seattle Area. We seek to celebrate the collective imagination and encourage the exchange of ideas by presenting innovative and thought-provoking plays and events in the city of Seattle. We nurture local professional theatre artists and we contribute to the American theatre by commissioning, developing and presenting world premiere plays.Note to actors:
We are looking for actors of all ethnicities, ages and body types.Casting for:
Adventures of Lulu 5 actors
Performing May 7-17
18th & Union Theatre
An Evening at Midsummer Meadows
Performing July 9-August 2
West of Lenin
Also various staged readings of new plays by local playwrights throughout the year.
Planned Auditors: Morgan Ludlow (Artistic Director), Director Guest (Guest director)
Registered January 31, 2020 at 11:43 am
Play Your* Part [back to top]Theatre
We inspire action through captivating theatre.
By partnering with social justice focused non-profits for each of our projects, we give our audiences direct access to supporting causes that combat inequity and reduce violence.
At Play Your* Part …
Our productions focus on excellent performances and innovative approaches to storytelling.
We invest in our people; compensating our artists, technicians, and administrators, as we build toward a sustainable wage model.
We engage under-invited communities in the creation of our work and as members of our audience, never turning someone away due to the cost of a ticket.
Please be yourself, make bold choices, and do work that is urgent and immediate to you.Casting for:
SEX by Mae West
The Cradle Will Rock
Planned Auditors: Michael Raimondi (Artistic Director), Scott Swionteck (Casting Director)
Registered January 25, 2020 at 4:46 pm
ReAct Theatre [back to top]Theatre
Planned Auditors: David Hsieh (Artistic Director)
Registered February 7, 2020 at 2:25 pm
seattle musical theatre [back to top]Theatre
producing musical theatre since 1978Casting for:
In the Heights
Planned Auditors: thomas ansart (secretary), phil randall (artistic director)
Registered February 25, 2020 at 12:36 pm
Seattle Public Theater [back to top]Theatre
Planned Auditors: Pilar O’Connell (AAD & Casting), Shermona Mitchell (Artistic Associate), Annie Lareau (Artistic Director), Rachel Delmar (Marketing)
Registered February 25, 2020 at 11:04 am
Seattle Rep [back to top]Theatre
Planned Auditors: Kaytlin McIntyre (Director of Casting and New Play Development), Shawna Grajek (Casting Associate), Annika Perez-Krikorian (Directing/Casting Intern)
Registered February 12, 2020 at 4:16 pm
Seattle Shakespeare Company [back to top]Theatre
Our upcoming 2020-2021 Mainstage Season.
Planned Auditors: Makaela Milburn (Casting Director), George Mount (Artistic Director)
Registered January 30, 2020 at 10:04 pm
Sound Theatre Company [back to top]Theatre
Inclusive cast for The Madwoman of Chaillot in a Summer 2020 production that centers BIPOC, Deaf and Disabled artists.
Looking for musical theatre talent for future inclusive projects TBA.
Planned Auditors: Teresa Thuman (Producing ARtistic Director), Neve Mazique (Casting Associate)
Registered February 18, 2020 at 3:14 pm
Tacoma Arts Live [back to top]Theatre
Tacoma Arts Live believes in the power of bringing people together – physically in a theater, intellectually through ideas, and emotionally through sharing great stories. Attending live theater reminds us to be open, to feel, to learn, and to appreciate humanity. Our Professional Regional Theater season intends to produce great plays with a conscience, engage empathy, challenge complacency, and inspire audiences to live in thoughtful inquiry. We’ve hired the best in the region: both top-trained professionals from Actors Equity, Stage Directors, Stage Hands, Wardrobe and other union workers, to work alongside talent from outside such guilds.Note to actors:
Tacoma Arts Live is in Tacoma. Most rehearsals will take place in downtown Tacoma, however when casting and directorial leadership emerge from Seattle some rehearsals may take place in the city of Seattle. All actors are paid.Casting for:
3 productions, including Ana in the Tropics by Nilo Cruz, 6 Degrees of Separation by John Guare, and 3rd production TBD. We are working under a small professional theater contract with actors equity, therefore every production will have equity involvement. We are deeply committed to casting people of color in every production.
Planned Auditors: David Fischer (Executive Director), Brett Carr (Co-Producer)
Registered February 3, 2020 at 12:59 pm
Taproot Theatre Company [back to top]Theatre
Founded in 1976, Taproot Theatre Company creates theatre experiences to brighten the spirit, engage the mind and deepen the understanding of the world around us while inspiring imagination, conversation and hope.
We value faith.
We respect people.
We celebrate theatre.
Planned Auditors: Marianne Savell (Associate Artists), Karen Lund (Associate Artistic Director)
Registered February 25, 2020 at 3:02 pm
TCM Models & Talent [back to top]Talent Agency
Actors and commercial talent
Planned Auditors: Raelene Plant (talent agent), Brittni Thoreson (theatrical and childrens agent)
Registered February 13, 2020 at 3:38 pm
Thalia’s Umbrella [back to top]Theatre
Thalia’s Umbrella is an AEA Small Professional Theater. We produce plays that dance on the line between comedy and tragedy. We produce about one play a year.
Planned Auditors: Daniel Wilson (Associate Artistic Director)
Registered January 23, 2020 at 8:02 am
The Lesser-Known Players [back to top]Theatre
Planned Auditors: Jennifer Hodges (Executive/Artistic Director), Steven Fogell (Director), Gary Fetterplace (Director)
Registered February 13, 2020 at 10:29 am
The Shattered Glass Project [back to top]Theatre
The Shattered Glass Project is a theatre company with the mission to amplify the voices of women+ theatre artists by offering unique opportunities to create theatre and to grow professionally.Casting for:
Readings and workshops of new scripts written and directed by members of our Incubator/Mentoring program, and mainstage productions.
Planned Auditors: Rebecca O’Neil (Artistic Director)
Registered January 22, 2020 at 1:09 pm
Theater of Possibility [back to top]Theatre
Theater of Possibility explores human potential through educational programs and productions of new works or new takes on established works. Since 2010, TOP has offered drama programs to youth with autism and other disabilities and youth living in subsidized housing and summer Gilbert & Sullivan productions for teens. This fall, TOP will produce its first main stage professional production, Abraham’s Land, which tells a story of hope set against the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. TOP founding director Lauren Marshall was previously the producing artistic director of Seattle Public Theater for five years before stepping down to start a family in 2001.Casting for:
Abraham’s Land is a full-length musical by writer Lauren Goldman Marshall and composer Roger Ames. An Israeli soldier fatally shoots an unarmed Palestinian demonstrator and returns his identity card to his family, living in a Gaza refugee camp, and asks for forgiveness. Mixed Equity/non-Equity production Sept 17-27 at Broadway Performance Hall. Supported by 4Culture grant. John Vreeke directs; Paul Linnes music directs; Crystal Dawn Munkers asst. director and choreographer. Casting 14 adults and 5 children. Leads: 3 young men and 3 young women (20s) 1 older male and 2 older female (40s-50s). Ensemble and supporting roles all ages. Non-traditional casting. All ethnicities.
Planned Auditors: Lauren Marshall (Founding director, Theater of Possibility), John Vreeke (Director, Abraham’s Land)
Registered February 20, 2020 at 10:09 am
Theatre22 [back to top]Theatre
Theatre22 is committed to producing exceptional live theatre that engages a diverse community of artists and audiences, inspires new ways of interpreting the world around us, and celebrates hope and healing.Casting for:
Fall of 2020
Season 7: 2021
Planned Auditors: Corey McDaniel (Producing Artistic Director), Alber Sucupira (Casting Director), Julie Beckman (Artistic Associate)
Registered January 22, 2020 at 11:18 am
Twelfth Night Productions [back to top]Theatre
Singers and actors.Casting for:
Looking for actors and singers in our future productions.
Planned Auditors: Mary Springer (Director), Richard Springer (Actor and member of the board), John Ruoff (Actor writer)
Registered February 19, 2020 at 12:09 pm
Village Theatre [back to top]Theatre
Village Theatre will attend all singing audition times and as much of the non-singing portion as possible.Casting for:
Village Theatre will be attending singer/actor auditions for their 2020-2021 Season, Beta Series, and The Village Originals Festival of New Musicals
Planned Auditors: Jessica Spencer (Casting Director)
Registered January 22, 2020 at 10:01 am
WhatNot Theatrics [back to top]Theatre
Based on an actor as creator ethos, Whatnot Theatrics looks to support actor produced works through ensemble based performances and cabaret/burlesque style theater. Our emphasis will be: new works, a re-imagined retelling of classics, and the actor as creator solo/duo/group performances in a vaudeville setting.Casting for:
Parlor House: Panic of 1893 an interactive and immersive show set in 1893 Madam Lou Grahams Parlor House.
Planned Auditors: Cassandra Moselle (Artistic Director), Katy Digges (Producing Director)
Registered February 9, 2020 at 1:09 pm
Colin Hovde [back to top]Individual
Various potential projects in the near future.
Registered February 16, 2020 at 10:55 pm