Meet Our Emerging Artists: Inda Craig-Galván

By |July 15th, 2016|

This is the first in a series about our Emerging Artists who will perform selections from three plays at Seattle Repertory Theatre, August 5-7 for the Emerging Artist Showcase.  LEARN MORE.

By Inda Craig-Galván
Emerging Artist Playwright | Black Super Hero Magic Mama

I came to playwriting late in life. After a career in acting (if my face […]

#IntimanEmergers take over Seattle

By |July 9th, 2016|

Intiman Theatre’s Emerging Artist Program kicked off with a series of workshops with theatre professionals, equity training and a Seattle scavenger hunt. See them perform at our Emerging Artist Showcase August 5-7. RSVP Here.

By Emily Van Loan
Emerging Artist Production Assistant

“The only tool you need is a curious mind,” Valerie Curtis-Newton encouraged […]

JOIN US FOR OUR FIFTH THEATRE FESTIVAL

By |May 17th, 2016|

Stick Fly, our first major production of 2016, opens May 26.

FROM PRODUCING ARTISTIC DIRECTOR ANDREW RUSSELL
AND CO-CURATOR VALERIE CURTIS-NEWTON

We cannot believe it has been half a decade since we reorganized Intiman Theatre into a smaller and more agile producing company. What a thrill it has been to evolve and grow with you as […]

Meet Stick Fly Author Lydia R. Diamond

By |April 14th, 2016|

From May 24 – October 2, Intiman Theatre’s 2016 Festival will highlight about 20 plays by Black women including Diamond, Alice Childress, Dominique Morisseau and Adrienne Kennedy.

Intiman Theatre is excited to kick off it’s 2016 Festival with a production of Stick Fly, a play by one of […]

Emerging Artists Week #3 – Anthea Carns

By |July 31st, 2015|

This is the third in a series of blog posts by our 2015 Emerging Artists, Intiman’s summer training intensive for a diverse cohort of up-and-coming theatre artists.
Today’s post is written by Anthea Carns, a playwright with a BFA from Carnegie Mellon who uses her art to make sense of herself and the world.

Shortly before the Emerging […]

Emerging Artists Week #2 – Averil Kelkar

By |July 23rd, 2015|

This is the second in a series of blog posts by our 2015 Emerging Artists, Intiman’s summer training intensive for a diverse cohort of up-and-coming theatre artists.
Today’s post is written by Averil Kelkar, a BFA Acting student at New York University. As a gay actor of color, Averil takes pride in working with a company that is aligned with […]

Emerging Artists Week #1 – Fortuna Gebresellassie

By |July 8th, 2015|

This is the first in a series of weekly blog posts by our 2015 Emerging Artists, Intiman’s summer training intensive for a diverse cohort of up-and-coming theatre artists.
Today’s post is written by Fortuna Gebresellassie, a BFA Acting student at New York University. Fortuna wants to use theatre to give strength to different cultures rather than oppressing them, and to […]

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    Orpheus Descending: An Inside Look with Director Ryan Purcell

Orpheus Descending: An Inside Look with Director Ryan Purcell

By |June 6th, 2015|

In just a few weeks, we’ll open the first anchor production of our 2015 festival: Tennessee Williams’ Orpheus Descending on the 12th Ave Arts Mainstage (Capitol Hill), developed by and featuring our Company-in-Residence, The Williams Project (TWP).
Earlier this week, TWP founder and Orpheus director Ryan Purcell gave our Board of Trustees an […]

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    Malika Oyetimein: “Directing for Intiman is a dream manifested.”

Malika Oyetimein: “Directing for Intiman is a dream manifested.”

By |May 6th, 2015|

Malika Oyetimein, featured director for Intiman’s new Director’s Lab program, moved to Seattle just nine months ago — and already our city is buzzing about her unapologetic, socially progressive work.
We checked in with Malika about her passion for theatre, her impressions of Seattle, and – of course – BOOTYCANDY.

 

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    Five Things You Should Know About the Emerging Artist Program

Five Things You Should Know About the Emerging Artist Program

By |April 29th, 2015|

1. We promote diversity of age, education, race, and gender.

Our Emerging Artists this year range from 18 to 41 years old. In the professional theatre world, artists collaborate with people of all ages, and we want to encourage cross-generation collaboration through our program. We have Emerging Artists with BFAs in Theatre, MBAs in Marketing, […]