Get Involved, Improv, Job Opening, Upcoming Performance



Laughing Pig is putting on a digital telethon, and we need help to fill it. In order to support our goal of finding a new space, we want to put on an old school, 24-hour marathon show full of weird, wild, fun acts. We are looking for volunteer performers to provide content during our 24-hour long constant livestream.

This is the type of setting that begs for both traditional and bizarre acts. Improv, podcasts, music, performance art, live painting, amateur burlesque, public apologies, we will consider it all!

We are all looking for a creative outlet right now, so why not choose one that helps out fellow artists. If you are interested in sharing your talents with us, sign up for a 15, 30, or 60 slot here !

*EXTENDED* Deadline to submit is 11:59pm May 8th! APPLY HERE

Get Involved, Job Opening, Writing Opportunities

Monologue Cafe: Lessons Learned

Laughing Pig Theatre is proud to announce the fourth entry in its popular storytelling event. The theme for this outing is Lessons Learned. We are calling for writers to submit 1-6 minute monologues about lessons you have learned in your life. These monologues can be comedic or dramatic; a variety is always preferred. We also encourage writers with diverse backgrounds to submit. You can either request to perform your own monologue, or we will cast a talented local actor to perform it on your behalf.

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Submissions are due midnight March 12. Performances of selected monologues will be May 1, 2, 3. This is not a paid opportunity. Follow this link to submit

Deadline is March 12, 2020 at 11:59pm.

Auditions, Get Involved, Job Opening

Upcoming Auditions

Auditions (1)

Show Synopsis

Rain and Zoe Save the World by Crystal Skillman (small stipend)
June 5, 6, 12, 13, 2020
Two Seattle teenagers embark on an impulsive motorcycle journey to join a group of oil protesters on the east coast. But as they follow a major pipeline across the country, what began as two young activists’ longing to belong to something greater than themselves gives way to Rain and Zoe discovering that the true danger in this world might just be growing up. Rehearses Monday-Wednesday 7:30pm-10:00pm starting March 30th.

Monologue Café (no pay)
May 1, 2, 2020
Series of true stories from community members inspired by the theme “Lessons Learned” and brought to life by talented performers– rehearsals April 20-23 evenings

Staged Reading- TBD (no pay)
April 17, 2020
Laughing Pig Theatre accepts new works submissions all year long for Staged Readings and as a part of our season.

Character Breakdown

Rain and Zoe Saves the World by Crystal Skillman (small stipend)
-Rain: POC, male-presenting, 18+ playing 16. Introverted, nerdy, but capable of righteous fury. Raised by his mom. *must play an instrument and sing

-Zoe: POC, female-presenting, 18+ playing 17. Confident, too cool for school, looking to change the world. Raised by her dad. *plus if play an instrument

-Ensemble Member: Any, male-presenting, age 30+. Creates the world around Rain and Zoe through props and movement. Plays various characters including Bike Dad, and Owl, and a Police Officer. *plus if play an instrument

-Ensemble Member: Any, female-presenting, age 30+. Creates the world around Rain and Zoe through props and movement. Plays various characters including Moon, Mom, and Owl. *plus if play an instrument and does sing a song

Staged Reading and Monologue Café Vol 4 (no pay)
We are looking for 15-20 performers of all genders, races, sizes, ages, abilities, etc.

What To Prepare

Prepare a 1-minute contemporary monologue

Please email a headshot and resume to and reserve a slot here.

Job Opening

Stage Manager Opening

We are looking to fill a stage manager position for our upcoming production of Always Plenty of Light at the Starlight All Night Diner by Darcy Parker Bruce!


Wonder, science, romance, humor, and dinosaurs – what’s not to fall in love with? Darcy Parker Bruce takes us on a delightfully fun (and heartwarming) sci-fi adventure. This would be a joy to see! ”- Tiffany Antone “ This play has such an amazing heartbeat! In the midst of a very exciting adventure, we see a closeness and honesty that’s rarely explored, even in plays without dinosaurs and time travel. This play is honestly magic. ” -Rachel Lynett A SUPER queer time travel adventure. With Dinosaurs. A cross between Jurassic Park, Back to the Future, and Fried Green Tomatoes.


Responsibilities: The Stage Manager has a wide number and variety of responsibilities, which can be broken down into three primary categories:  handling the majority of the administrative duties related to a production, assisting the director during rehearsals, and being responsible for all backstage activity once the show opens.

Rehearsals are Mon-Wed 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM, beginning October 21.

Performances are January 10-11 and 17-18 at 7:30 PM. Pay is a $100 stipend.