Actors, stage managers, and videographers are invited to submit for the 2023 Boiler Room Series (BRS), taking place in April and May. This year’s BRS features half-day workshops of 7 new plays by 5 featured playwrights, each culminating in live public table readings, followed by moderated talkbacks. The April BRS readings will take place at the Keegan Theatre, while the May readings will be held at the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum. The workshops will be held from 1pm-6pm and the table reads and talkbacks will be held from 7pm-10pm.
Now accepting submissions for the following opportunities:
- 37 Actors
- 7 Stage Managers
- 7 Videographers
The fee for actors and stage managers is $125.
Videographers will be paid $20 hourly.
Submission instructions: Follow this link to submit your information for consideration: https://forms.gle/HAoKp3vEa9AN3DEh9
Submission deadline: February 15, 2023
Actor and stage manager submissions will be assessed and selected by the Boiler Room Series Panel in coordination with the featured playwrights and Keegan Theatre’s Casting and Production Departments.
The Keegan Theatre has a passion for cultivating internships that support learning and building professional theatrical experiences. Three times a year (fall, winter, and summer), Keegan offers internships that are designed to accommodate our current season, as well as fulfill the unique needs of individuals that take on each position. By focusing on each intern’s professional goals, educational needs, and personal abilities, we aim to create an experience that can be a stepping stone for the next phase of their careers. At Keegan we aim for inclusivity, constant growth, and a strong community. Applicants from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
To apply, send resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Cover letter should include:
• Area(s) of internship
• Start and end date
• Requested number of hours
• Anything you want the Keegan staff to know about you
• Why you feel a Keegan internship is right for you
• What professional experience you hope to gain from a Keegan internship
Application due dates:
Summer Internship: January 30
Fall Internship: July 31
Winter Internship: October 31
The Keegan Theatre is currently seeking theater or education professionals to join their roster of passionate Teaching Artists for in-person programming this fall. Teaching Artists will work with after-school programs, in-school workshops, and day off camps, depending on availability.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Submit cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Keegan Theatre is growing! We’re seeking professionals to join the family and support the vital mission of one of Washington DC’s premier centers for the arts.
If you are interested in joining the Keegan Board of Directors, please email email@example.com with your personal information and why you would be interested in serving on the Keegan BOD.
Keegan Theatre welcomes volunteers in all areas of production, from front-of-house and Box Office support to scenery assistance to costumes and properties maintenance. As a Keegan volunteer, you will work alongside professional artists and other volunteers who share your love of theater and your desire to make a difference in our community’s cultural life.
If you are interested in volunteering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your personal information and how you would like to help.
No auditions are currently scheduled.
Auditions are typically by invitation only. If you would like to be considered, please submit your headshot and resume by email to the casting team at email@example.com. We will add your information to our files and share with artistic staff when casting individual productions.
The Keegan Theatre is a professional theatre company located in Washington DC. The first show ever produced by The Keegan Theatre was Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at Church Street Theater in 1996. In 2009, the Church Street Theater became Keegan’s official home, making The Keegan Theatre the resident theatre company of Dupont Circle. In 2013, Keegan purchased the Church Street Theater, renamed it The Andrew Keegan Theatre, and launched the “In Good Company” Capital Campaign to modernize the historic building through a major renovation project, which was finished in 2015. The revitalized venue officially reopened to audiences with a new production of the play that originally put the company on the map — Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Today, Keegan dedicates itself to producing diverse, affordable plays and musicals of the highest quality for the benefit of more than 15,000 visitors annually in recent years.
The mission of The Keegan Theatre is to take audiences to the vital heart of the theatre experience, featuring extraordinary artists in an intimate setting exploring the human condition. Together, our award-winning productions, growing education program, and innovative outreach initiatives are designed to advance the organization’s vision: to produce a range of dynamic, inclusive programming that is fearless and accessible, gutsy and groundbreaking, inspiring our audiences to connect to provocative work, to their creative selves, and to each other.
At Keegan Theatre, we are committed to creating an anti-racist community of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants without regard to age, color, race, gender expression, genetic information (including characteristics and testing), gender identity, marital status, military and veteran status, national origin, pregnancy (including childbirth, lactation, and related medical conditions), physical and mental disability, religion, sexual orientation, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Keegan Theatre believes that inclusion and diversity among our staff is critical to our success as a company, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.