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, in partnership with ACT Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, 5th Avenue Theatre, and the UW School of Drama, invites you to join us in welcoming Todd London to our regional theatre community. Todd London is the new Executive Director … Continue reading
Theatre Puget Sound has a library! As some of you know, a group of dedicated volunteers and TPS staff have been working to improve the library space so that it can be used as a functioning library of play scripts … Continue reading
AEA Members and EMC On a rainy Tuesday evening in September, a small representation of our target group, AEA members + Equity Member Candidates met to talk through the usual questions: What is the ideal community look like, what resources … Continue reading
In August we met with designers of all stripes. We had set, lighting, sound and costume designers present, as well as a local producer/director who helped give insight into the other end of the business-the hiring process etc. We had … Continue reading
In July we listened to Performing Artists of Color and Multi-Cultural Producers. We again followed the same 3-question structure: what the ideal, what exists and what the obstacles for teaching artists in Seattle. Please review, expand and comment, whether you … Continue reading
Arts Crush Rush (formerly the Arts Crush Kick-off Fair) will take place in The Armory Food Court on Sunday, 9/21. We need volunteers to help with this fun event. We have a variety of shifts including working the children’s crafts … Continue reading
TPS is pleased to announce the appointment of Rob Bergquist as the Space 4 Arts Program Manager. We welcome his broad knowledge of the Seattle Arts community and are confident that his infectious enthusiasm and commitment to the community will … Continue reading
In an article written by John Longenbaugh on Tuesday 8/5, Karen Lund’s career and achievements were outlined. Congratulations, Karen! http://www.seattleweekly.com/arts/953923-129/conversion-experience-karen-lunds-tranformation-of
We had a small but mighty group of teaching artists for our member forum in June. We again followed the same 3-question structure: what the ideal, what exists and what the obstacles for teaching artists in Seattle. Please review, expand … Continue reading