Thursday, February 25, 2016

TAPA Looking for Directors




TAPA is currently seeking show submissions from directors for the 2016-2017 season, which runs October 2016-September 2017. Deadline for submissions is March 31, 2016.

As always, TAPA is looking for a balanced season with some classics, some comedies, and some dramas. A musical evening will also be considered.

We are also seeking a director to run our current year’s Starlite Children’s Academy, this coming July 2016.

The submission form can be filled out and submitted a variety of ways.
  • An online submission form can be found under our left hand menu under Future Productions.
  • A pdf copy of the form can also be found here Production Proposal PDF, and either emailed to info@tillamooktheater.com or mailed to TAPA, PO Box 571, Tillamook OR 97141
  • Contact TAPA via phone or email to receive an emailed copy or hard copy of the form. 503-842-6305, or info@tillamooktheater.com
  • Pick up a submission form in our lobby during one of our shows

Be sure to include director’s full contact information & availability for October 2016-September 2017. A copy of the script should be provided as part of the submission to the production committee.

Questions can be directed to Robert at 503-842-6305.

TAPA is a non-profit community theater dedicated to providing high quality performing arts experiences through entertainment, education, and community participation. TAPA’s Barn Community Playhouse is located at 12th & Ivy in Tillamook.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Announcing the "Nothing Serious" Cast




 Nothing Serious cast
Back row (l to r): Daniel Reid, Karyn Wigant, Abby Absher, Lynn Lothman, Lelani Waggerby, Irene Barajas, John Nordling, and Tom Connaughton
Front row (l to r): Karen Downs, Kimber Lundy, Sandra Koops, Holly Waggerby, and Becki Wilhelm



The Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts (TAPA) is excited to announce the cast for the upcoming ensemble comedy “Nothing Serious”, written by Rich Orloff and directed by Rikki Reid. “Nothing Serious” is a series of Orloff’s 10 most popular short comedies - from Antarctica and Disneyland, to the Garden of Eden and inside the womb, Rich Orloff creates theatrical worlds that are both imaginative and hilarious. The Honolulu Advertiser called it "genuine fun that can't help being contagious" while the Rochester Post-Bulletin (Rochester, MN) said "A lot of laughs. Orloff's skits are quick, clever, funny and touching."

This ensemble cast is made up of both TAPA veterans, as well as