Theatre Series Auditions Announcement:
Third annual One-Act Fest Northwest

April 10 at 7:00 pm; Callbacks April 10 at 8:30 pm and April 11 at 7:00 pm
Roles open in seven different plays, all ages
One-Act Fest NW runs June 9-24 with some mid-week performances

No prepared pieces needed, plan to be here at least an hour participating in theatre games and reading from the scripts. Possible immediate callback.

Call 360-221-8262 for more information, or just show up!


Fri. – Sun. June 9 – 24, 2017

The Final Interrogation of Ceausescu’s Dog, by Warren Leight, directed by Phil Jordan
     2 m
Comedy:  A revolutionary seeks justice from the dog of a deposed tyrant, but this dog is not man's best friend. 

Lives of the Saints, by David Ives, directed by Gail Liston
     1 w; 2 any
Comedy:  Two old church ladies cook up a funeral feast, but neither can guess who's actually coming for dinner. An old-style radio sound effects team adds spice to this not-so-solemn concoction!


Rosa’s Eulogy by Richard Strand, directed by Phil Jordan
     1 w
Comedy:  A strong woman finds the lengths to which her tolerance of all God’s creatures will reach.


Trifles by Susan Glaspell, directed by Phil Jordan

     2 w; 3 m
Drama:  A murder investigation reveals the hidden lives of a farmhouse wife and her silent spouse.


Post-its® (Notes on a Marriage), by Paul Dooley, Winnie Holzman - directed by Laura Berkley Boram|
     1 w; 1 mThis show will be cast on another date. Please let audition team know of interest in this one.
This homage to Love Letters explores the moving and hilarious ups and downs of a life together.


Dr. Fritz or: The Forces of Light, by David Ives, directed by Elizabeth Herbert is not open to audition
     Comedy:  A souvenir salesman sets up a second business as a doctor.  Or is it the other way round?   



The Oyster, by Aleah Stacey, directed by Aleah Stacy
Drama:  Questions about sex, love, and intimacy arise as two women who have been watching each other finally meet. Welcome to the Hotel Red.


An Interview with Krump’s Cat, by Dianna MacLeod, directed by Elizabeth Herbert
     1 w; 1 m
Comedy:  What happens when a pampered orange cat meets a truth-seeking cleaning lady at the top of Krump Tower? 


[(r)Evolution, by Gail Fleming, directed by Gail Fleming is not open to audition]


WORKSHOP-TO-PERFORMANCE; Wed. June 14 and Wed. June 21 (Zech Hall)  2:00 pm

Schools of Thought by Teresa McElhinny, directed by Teresa McElhinny
     1 any
Comedy:  Is point of view something we shop for...or intrinsic to our being? With so many philosophies competing for our allegiance, how do we choose where we belong? 



Production Teams are needed for the entire season. If you are interested in helping backstage for any of these productions we have openings in all technical areas: Stage Management, Design, Light and Sound Board Operation, Props, Costumes, and Crew. If you are cast in one or more of the shows, we encourage you to volunteer in another.

Callbacks for each Theatre Series production are led by their respective directors. Callbacks are a group effort, consisting of cold readings from the script and some ensemble work. Musical performers will sing harmony with others, cold read from the show and learn & perform simple choreography. 

For more information on the audition process, please do not hesitate to call us at 360.221.8262

We are always looking for Backstage and Front-of-House Volunteers for a variety of tasks on and off stage! If you are interested please call the production office, 360.221.8262, or fill out the Volunteer Form.