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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March 2017 Issue No. 5 March 2017 Editor: Catherine Blake Smith A Letter from Interim Executive Director Zhenya Lavy New Staff Highlight: Jeanette Sanchez Find your Inner Monster at SFF 2017 Curious about how to make Yelp work for you? … Continue reading
Did you know? TPS has TEN pianos in our rehearsal and performance spaces! These pianos are used by members and facility clients on a daily basis and as anybody who has ever laid hands on them can attest, they are ALL in … Continue reading
Seattle Fringe Festival runs March 23 – April 1, 2017 Could it be YOU on one of the SFF 2017 stages? Who should apply? Performers who create and do: scripted theatre solo performance musicals burlesque clowning operas puppetry sketch comedy … Continue reading
Issue No. 3 | September 2016 Here you’ll find all of the information included in our most recent newsletter. Greetings, It’s almost here! The Gregory Awards, Seattle theatre’s party of the year, is just 25 days away. Join us for … Continue reading
TPS recently sat down with ACT Theatre’s Literary & Artistic Manager Emily Penick and Marketing & PR Assistant Cati Thelen to talk about The Royale, by Marco Ramirez. The Royale tells the story of Jack Johnson, the first African American heavyweight boxing … Continue reading
New to Seattle, Brown Soul Productions develops and produces new work by women of color Brown Soul Productions features a new play about remorse, redemption, and family by Alma Davenport, Artistic Producing Director, called (Miss) Fortune Has Green Eyes, directed … Continue reading
The producers of 1-Off Production discuss successes, challenges, and future of producing in Seattle’s public parks The co-producers of 1-Off Production – Tina Polzin, Ana Maria Campoy, and Matt Sherrill – talk about their experiences with producing a bilingual outdoor … Continue reading
CAATA is an integral part of the Asian American theatre community. For the 5th time, the Consortium of Asian American Theaters & Artists presents Seismic Shifts: Leading Change in the American Theater, October 1-9 in Ashland, OR hosted in partnership … Continue reading
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