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.
Category Archives: advocacy
Overview Learning Objectives Program Features Anticipated Outcomes Participant Expectations Timeline FAQ About our Facilitator: Carmen Morgan Sponsors Download Program Info Submit Your Application–due by July 15 Leadership for Social Change (LFSC) is a key part of Theatre Puget Sound’s … Continue reading
We want you to know about our arts advocacy platforms at the state and national levels! Executive Director Karen Lane serves an arts advocate on behalf of TPS and Washington State Arts Alliance (WSSA). As a Board Member of WSSA, Karen … Continue reading
Theatre Puget Sound, 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 … Continue reading
Dear Members, Theatre Puget Sound Executive Director Karen Lane is excited to announce her selection to the Washington State Arts Alliance Board of Directors. As Washington’s primary arts advocacy agency, this will afford her the opportunity to work more closely … Continue reading
The City of Seattle, through its Seattle Center Department, invites proposals to enter into a long term lease of the Seattle Center Playhouse Theatre (also known as the Intiman Theatre) on the Seattle Center campus. Through this Request for Proposals … Continue reading
Humanities Washington is seeking applications from qualified individuals interested in serving as 2012-14 presenters for its statewide Speakers Bureau program. The deadline for application is April 27, 2012. Overview One of Humanities Washington’s most popular programs, the Speakers Bureau offers … Continue reading
Hi All, Please find the RFP attached from Capitol Hill Housing, who seek to find a performance space master tenant for their planned 12th Ave Arts development. The call is open until Wednesday October 5th. Please help us spread the … Continue reading
The closure of Intiman has left many talented people in the arts community suddenly without a job. Theatre Puget Sound is offering complimentary membership through 2011 to all displaced members of Intiman’s staff. A TPS membership is not just for … Continue reading
Nominations are now open for the 2011 Mayor’s Arts Awards, presented by Mayor McGinn to difference-making arts organizations and individuals. Why yes, Theatre Puget Sound is eligible for this award, thank you for asking! Nominations open for 2011 Mayor’s Arts … Continue reading
A message from the Washington State Arts Alliance: Action Alert Dear Seattle Arts Advocates. We need your prompt advocacy effort TODAY or TOMORROW. Wednesday is too late. Please e-mail Mayor Mike McGinn right away about how important Seattle’s arts and culture programs, artists, organizations … Continue reading