Theatres: Fringe Theatre

Seattle

The 14/48 Projects
2204 W. Emerson St.

Seattle, WA   98199
(206) 851-9636
info@1448fest.com

1448fest.com

Contact: Shawn Belyea, Executive Director. Founded in 1997, the 14/48 Projects was formed to produce and expand the reach of their signature event–14/48: The World’s Quickest Theater Festival and other social theatre experiments.   See website for an explanation.

Annex Theatre

Theatre Address:
1100 E. Pike St. (entrance on 11th Ave at E. Pike St.)
Seattle, WA 98122

Mailing Address:
PMB 1440
1122 East Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98122-3934

(206) 728-0933

info@annextheatre.org
catherine.smith@annextheatre.org


annextheatre.org
facebook.com/annextheatre

Contact: Catherine Blake Smith, Artistic Director.

Founded in 1986, Annex Theatre produces new scripted plays, radical re-interpretations of the classics, devised performances, spectacles, and more. Annex runs monthly cabarets Spin the Bottle (every 1st Friday) and Weird & Awesome with Emmett Montgomery (every 1st Sunday).

Auditions are announced on social media and the TPS website. Actors are paid a small stipend.

Akropolis Performance Lab

13538 27th Ave NE

Seattle, WA 98125

Admin: (206) 363-2005

Box Office: (800) 838-3006

akropolis.performance.lab@gmail.com

geocities.com/akropolis_lab

Contact: Joseph Lavy & Jennifer Lavy, Artistic Directors.

Fantastic.Z Theatre
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 22733
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 390-3450
info@fantasticz.org
fantasticz.org
Contact: Producing Artistic Director Kyle Baiz.

Founded in 2009 Fantastic.Z  is one of Seattle’s LGBTQ theatre companies. It is an artist founded and run company presenting the Puget Sound with quality theatre focused through a queer lens. In addition to our community outreach and education programs, Fantastic.Z strives to bring Seattle fierce, entertaining and passionate theatre while giving a voice to the LGBTQ community and it’s allies.

Each season Fantastic.Z presents two fully produced main stage productions and a new works festival. Submit director and designer resumes and new plays through their website.

Fantastic.Z attends the TPS United General Audition and posts other casting opportunities on their website, social media, and the TPS Audition Listing Service.

Forward Flux Productions

3518 Fremont Ave N. #297

Seattle, WA 98103

info@forwardflux.com

forwardflux.com

Contact: Andy Buffelen, Managing Director. 

Forward Flux strives to connect audiences with art in unexpected ways. Founded in New York in 2010 and moved to Seattle in 2015. Produces 8 to 10 shows a year. Performances are in various theaters, on the streets, and outdoors. 

Auditions announced on the TPS Audition Listing Service.  Non-Union

Ghost Light Theatricals

2220 NW Market Street,

Lower Level

Seattle, WA 98107

(206) 395-5458

info@ghostlighttheatricals.org

ghostlighttheatricals.org

Contact: Beth Raas, Artistic Director. Founded in 2003, Ghost Light Theatricals is dedicated to producing classical and classically-influenced plays.  GLT announces specific auditions on the TPS website and pays all artists associated with productions a small stipend.

Live Girls! Theater

info@livegirlstheater.org
livegirlstheater.org

Contact: Meghan Shalom Arnette, Artistic Director.   Live Girls! is dedicated to producing and developing new works by women.

Auditions are announced on the TPS website.  LGT attends the TPS general auditions.

Macha Monkey Productions
Mailing Address:
PO Box 46012
Seattle, WA 98146


(206) 860-2970
kristinas@machamonkey.org


machamonkey.org
facebook.com/MachaMonkey

Contact: Kristina Sutherland, Executive Artistic Director.

Founded in 2001, Macha Monkey's work features powerful themes, strong humor and rough and tough female characters. MM's season runs from September to June. Macha mounts full productions of new plays, curates a reading series of new plays in progress called The Distillery, and offers innovative education programs for students of all ages.

Auditions are announced on social media and Macha's website. (See Ch.1: Women's Theatre)

MAP Theatre
Mailing Address:
2915 Rainier Ave S Ste 316
Seattle, WA 98144


(206) 335-0727
themapgang@map-theatre.com


map-theatre.com
facebook.com/MAPtheatre

Contact: Brandon Ryan, Artistic Director.

MAP Theatre is a nomadic, independent company which favors local work and comedy that hurts a bit.Auditions announced through the TPS Audition Listing Service.

Outsider's Inn Collective
Mailing Address:
25 W. Highland Drive #26
Seattle, WA 98119


inn.outsiders@gmail.com
facebook.com/Outsiders-Inn-210548302319786

Contact: Gregory Berry, Artistic Director.

Outsiders Inn produces 1 (new works and/or contemporary plays and forgotten classics) per season, focusing on small casts plays, 3 to 7 actors with the scale weighted towards women.

To audition, send headshot and resume via e-mail. Auditions are announced on social media and the TPS website. Outsiders Inn attends the TPS general auditions. Actors are paid a small honorarium, based on box office receipts.

 

Rehearsals are held on weekday evenings and weekend days (usually Friday thru Monday) for 4 to 5 weeks. Performances are Friday and Saturday and Sundays.

The Pocket Theater
8312 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103


Second Performance Location
Slate Theater

(Inside the Inscape Arts Building)
815 Seattle Blvd S
Seattle, WA 98134


(206)-257-5658
info@thepocket.org
slate@thepocket.org


thepocket.org

facebook.com/PocketTheater

Slate contact: Jeff Nickels, jeff@thepocket.org
Pocket contact: Sarah McKinley, sarah@thepocket.org
General contact: Clayton Weller, clayton@thepocket.org

Founded in 2013 with a successful Kickstarter campaign, The Pocket Theater produces fringe theater in two venues: a 50-seat theater in Greenwood and the 40-60 seat Slate Theater in the Inscape Arts building in the International District.  (the old Immigration Jail)

PT foots the bill for up and coming producers and they impress with truly unique and fun shows. Performances happen every week Thursday - Sunday.

Classes happen all week long. Plus, rehearsal space is available at a competitive rate when it's not being used otherwise.

Printer's Devil Theatre

PO Box 20536

Seattle, WA 98102

(206) 860-7163

info@printersdevil.org

printersdevil.org

Contact: Stephen Hando, Artistic Director.

Rebate Ensemble Theatre Group

Seattle

(206) 550-4115

rebatensemblecasting@gmail.com

rojoadavis@gmail.com

rebatensemble.org
facebook.com/rebatensemble

Contact: Rojo Davis, Managing Director.
REBATEnsemble produces contemporary, classical and original plays with an experimental twist for the greater Seattle area. Our work blends theatre with other artistic mediums in unconventional and non-traditional spaces such as cafes, parks, and teahouses.

Actors encouraged to email interest using form on the contact page of the website. Casting calls announced on social media.

Seattle Jewish Theater Company

seattlejewishtheatercompany@gmail.com

seattlejewishtheater.com

Contact: Art Feinglass, Artistic Director. Seattle Jewish Theater was launched in 2011 to bring contemporary Jewish theater to Seattle. Actors do not have to be Jewish to audition or be part of the cast.

Theater Schmeater
Mailing Address:
300 Lenora St, #161
Seattle, WA 98121


Performance Theater:
2125 3rd Ave.
Seattle, WA 98121


(206) 324-5801
ad@schmeater.org


schmeater.org
facebook.com/TheSchmee

Contact: Doug Staley, Artistic Director.

Founded in 1992, Theater Schmeater's has produced great plays simply and fostered a love of theater as an art form in future audiences. Theater Schmeater is in production year-round, annually presenting 5-6 mainstage shows, free Classic-in-the-Park, and special events.

Auditions announced on social media. TS attends TPS general auditions. Currently, TS is only able to hire only non-equity actors.

Washington Ensemble Theatre (WET)

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 20834
Seattle, WA 98101

(206) 325-5105
samie@washingtonensemble.org


washingtonensemble.org

facebook.com/washingtonensembletheatre
Contact: Samie Detzer, Artistic Director. 

Operating on Capital Hill since 2004, Washington Ensemble Theatre produces 3 contemporary shows "never seen" in Seattle, per season, with an ensemble of trained actors and designers. 

The Ensemble attends the annual TPS United General Auditions each February and has in-house Ensemble General Auditions every other August on odd years. The Ensemble General Auditions are non-Equity and open to the public, but space is limited and appointments are made on a first-come, first-served basis.

 Auditions for mainstage shows and workshops are reserved by invitation only. To be considered for future auditions, please send a hardcopy of your headshot and resume to the attention of Leah Pfenning at the Ensemble's mailing address. Auditions announced through the TPS Audition Listing Service. Actors paid a stipend.

 

Eastside

SecondStory Repertory
7325 166th AVE NE Suite F250
Redmond, WA 98052

Admin: (425) 498.2244
Box office: (425) 881-6777

boxoffice@secondstoryrep.org

secondstoryrep.org/auditions.html
facebook.com/secondstoryrepertory

Contact: Jen Kloe, Managing Director.

Since its opening in October of 1999, SecondStory Repertory has offered a year-round season 3 to 4 contemporary and/or classic shows as well as 3 to 4 children's theatre productions.

SecondStory's Theater for Young Audiences series reaches grade school children ages 4 to 10.

To audition, send a headshot and resume via regular mail or e-mail to resumes@secondstoryrep.org. Auditions are announced two month before a show's opening on the SSR newsletter, the TPS website, www.seattleactor.com and social media. SecondStory holds general auditions in the spring and sometimes attends the TPS general auditions. Actors are paid a small stipend. (See Ch.1: Non-Union Profesional Theatre)

 

South Sound

New Muses Theatre Company

Performance Space:

The Dukesbay Theater

Inside the Merlino Arts Center
508 6th Ave

Tacoma, WA 98402

info@newmuses.com
casting@newmuses.com

NewMuses.com
newmuses.com/auditions.html
facebook.com/NewMuses

Contact: Niclas Olson, Managing Artistic Director.

Founded in 2009, New Muses Theatre Company produces up to 5 shows a season. New Muses balances re-interpretations of classic works with contemporary plays and challenging works featured in their One-Night-Only staged reading series. Auditions announced on website, TPS, and social media. Email a headshot and resume to casting@newmuses.com. (See Ch.1: Reader's Theatre)

Theater Artists Olympia

218 Milroy St NW

Olympia, WA 98502

(360) 357-3471

theaterartistolympia@hotmail.com

olytheater.com

Contact: Pug Bujead, President. Founded in 2003, Theatre Arts Olympia produces 3 to 5 experiemental interpretations of classics each year.  Auditions are announced on the TAO website and list-serv.

 

Portland

Bump in the Road Theatre

2143 SE 54th Ave

Portland, OR 97215

(503) 750-1439

carmela@bumpintheroad.org

bumpintheroad.org

Contact: Carmela Lanza-Weil, Artistic Director. Founded in 2001, Bump In the Road Theatre is dedicated to exploring life's difficult challenges through the production of new and existing plays. *Currently on hiatus.

Defunkt Theatre

4319 SE Hawthorne Blvd

Portland, OR 97215

(503) 481-2960

defunkt@earthlink.net

defunktheatre.com

Contact: James Moore, Co-Artistic Director. Founded in 2000, Defunkt produces experimental theatre.

Northwest Senior Theatre
Mailing Address:
PO Box 25264
Portland, OR 97298


Performance Theatre:
Alpenrose Dairy Opera House
6149 SW Shattuck Rd
Portland, Oregon 97221


(503) 227-2003
bettymer@comcast.net


nwseniortheatre.org/more_about_us.html

Contact: Betty Merrill, Publicity Director.

Founded in 2001, Northwest Senior Theatre is a group of singers, dancers, actors, musicians and production folks who still thoroughly enjoy performing despite being 55 and older.

NWST develops two major shows each year and present four performances of each at the Alpenrose Dairy Opera House in May and November. Each show is complete with costumes, scenery, choreography, and music. NWST also develops touring shows of various lengths to perform in local venues.

Audition information is posted on the NST website.

Portland Story Theater
Mailing Address:
3333 NE 15th Ave
Portland, OR 97212-2306


Performance Space:
The Fremont
2393 NE Fremont
Portland, OR 97212


(503) 284-2226
tellers@pdxstorytheater.org


pdxstorytheater.org
facebook.com/Portland.Story.Theater

Contacts: Lawrence Howard and Lynne Duddy, Founders.

Founded in 2004, Portland Story Theater builds community, promotes understanding, and fosters radical empathy by giving voice to the real, true stories of ordinary people. Portland Story Theater produces Urban Tellers®, Armchair Adventurer, and Mainstage shows and also offers workshops to help people find their story and refine their voice.

Triangle Productions!

8420 SW Canyon Lane #13

Portland, OR  97335

(503) 239-5919

boxoffice@tripro.org

tripro.org

Contact: Don, Managing Director.