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Book-It Repertory Theatre has been adapting great literature into great theatre for over three decades. Get involved with Book-It! Check out our listings for job openings, volunteer opportunities, and audition notices.
Book-It does not have any open positions at this moment
Book-It Repertory Theatre is accepting AUDITIONS for our 2023-2024 Season
MAINSTAGE and ARTS EDUCATION TOURS
Please prepare 1-2 monologues or passages of text from the media of your choice. This could be from a book, play, movie, TV show, or any piece of media where the character speaking has a direct listener in mind. Please keep your entire audition under two minutes in length.
Book-It is holding Seasonal Equity Auditions on June 9th and 10th at TPS Studio E from 10am-6pm. Auditions are by 10-minute appointment slots and accepted first come, first served. The deadline to sign up for Audition Appointments is WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7th AT 10am.
NOTE: If you are EMC or non-Equity and wish to audition in person, please reach out directly via firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to a waiting list. Otherwise, please look below for General Auditions.
Sign up for Audition Appointments HERE
General Auditions (Open to All)
Book-It is accepting General auditions via Self-Tape submissions. No Headshot or Resume is required but encouraged if available. Directions for Self-Tape Submission:
1. Use your phone or whatever camera you have available. We don’t need the highest quality video, but we do want to see and hear you.
2. Feel free to use your space as best serves your pieces.
3. Please state your name, roles, and material sources at the beginning of the video.
4. Please label your video in this format: FirstNameLastName_Bookit, ex: MaxKoh_Bookit
5. The Deadline for Self Tape Submissions is SATURDAY, JUNE 10th AT 6pm.
Self-Tape Submissions can be accepted HERE
MAINSTAGE PRODUCTIONS AT THE CENTER THEATRE
FRANKENSTEIN; OR, THE MODERN PROMETHIUS by Mary Shelley,
adapted by David Quicksall, Directed by Jéhan Òsanyìn
September 15th – October 8th
FELLOW PASSENGERS by Greg Carter
Adapted from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Directed by Rhonda J. Soikowski
December 1st – December 24th
CRUMBS/MIGAS by Rebecca Tourino Collinsworth
Inspired by Hansel and Gretel by the Brothers Grimm, Directed by Kelly Kitchens
February 16th – March 10th
20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA by Jules Verne
Adapted and Directed by Eddie DeHais
June 14th – July 9th
ARTS & EDUCATION TOURS (DAYTIME AT SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES)
In-person callbacks for each production will be held throughout the summer.
Everyone working at Book-It Repertory Theatre is required to be vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination upon hiring. Our policies are based on and evolve with our agreement with Actors’ Equity Association and recommendations by public health authorities. Please reach out to email@example.com if you have any questions regarding our COVID policies.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Max directly via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and I look forward to seeing you soon.
Want to be a part of the Book-It community? Volunteering is a great way to make a lasting impact on your favorite arts organization. We have several opportunities to support Book-It with your time and skills:
Board of Directors
Book-It Repertory Theatre is a non-profit service organization that seeks board members to help further its mission to transform great literature into great theatre, through simple and sensitive production, and to inspire its audiences to read. Through its mainstage and arts education programs, the theatre reaches approximately 75,000 adults and youth across Washington State annually.
Board members are desired to serve as ambassadors for the organization, helping to connect the community with Book-It and its programs, and providing financial and strategic leadership. The Board of Directors meets monthly and members typically participate on at least one standing committee per year. An annual financial commitment is required as is assistance recruiting guests to events and shows.
Ushers assist the House Manager in light duties, which may include scanning tickets, handing out programs, helping people to their seats, selling concessions items, and tidying up the theatre after the show.
All volunteer ushers get to see the show they usher. However, if the show sells out and no seats are available, ushers may sit in the lobby and watch the show on live feed.
Please email email@example.com to become a Book-It Volunteer usher.
Projects may include assisting the Marketing & Communications, Development, or Education departments in assembling mailings and or informational packets, advertisement materials distribution, or other projects. Please let us know if you have special skills or areas of interest.
Book-It often hosts special events to engage with our community and get to know our patrons and donors. We can often use assistance with setup, food and wine service, and cleaning up. And you might just get to listen in on a talkback with an author whose work you love or a panel of experts who can illuminate a book for you in a new way.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.