IMPRINT theatreworks is a new theatre company launching in Fall 2017. Imprint’s focus will be on productions that are emotionally honest, driven and compelling. We are looking at ensemble-based, performance driven pieces that don’t get produced often within the regional landscape.
IMPRINT will also have a strong focus on Community Outreach and will be announcing our “First Impressions” Play Workshopping Program very soon.
An ensemble driven company, Imprint theatreworks will dedicate each of their seasons to providing unique and thought provoking theatre while uniting and engaging the community.
IMPRINT theatreworks: Make your mark.
A Pulitzer Prize Winning Drama.
A Festival Showcasing Local Playwrights.
An Immersive, Hard Rock DFW Premiere.
A Timely and Riotously Funny Regional Premiere.
A Beloved Musical Presented in a New Way.
IMPRINT Theatreworks is pleased to present our Inaugural Season titled: Built for Longing.
Season Tickets are on sale now!! Click here to purchase tickets to Glengarry Glen Ross at the Bath House Cultural Center from January 12th to January 27th, 2018.
To purchase season tickets or tickets to Imprint Theatreworks’ other productions, please click here.
Learn more about the Creative Team behind Imprint Theatreworks.
Imprint Theatreworks was co-founded by Ashley H. White and Joe Messina, who found they shared the same ensemble-based ideas for theatre, based on their roots in New York and Chicago, respectively. White and Messina found themselves both excited at the idea of a new theatre company that focused on ensemble-driven pieces that speak to the honesty and raw emotional power of the dramatic arts. Thus, their partnership and Imprint was born.
Learn more about the Management Team behind IMPRINT theatreworks.
IMPRINT theatreworks has a fantastic Management Team. Our Business Manager, Company Manager, Strategic Development Manger and Board President each have extensive backgrounds in business as well as deep roots in the theater community, giving us a well-rounded and productive business dynamic.
Announcing auditions for IMPRINT theatreworks’ production of Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet, directed by Ashley H. White.
Auditions will be held by appointment only on October 15th and 16th from 7:00-10:00pm at STAGE (1106 Lupo Drive, Dallas 75207). Auditions will consist of readings from the script. Sides will be posted and available one week prior to auditions. To schedule an audition, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rehearsals will begin in early December. There will be no rehearsals on 12/24, 12/25, 12/31, or 1/1. Performances will be Fridays (Evening) and Saturdays (Matinee and Evening) at the Bath House Cultural Center; January 11-27th. There will be no Sunday performances.
Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet, A reimagining of the American Classic, focusing on a group of men caught in the cut-throat chase for their piece of the American Dream. An unrelenting examination of high-pressure sales culture and those who get lost in it.
Actors of all types and ethnicities are encouraged to audition.
Shelly “The Machine” Levene – (50+) Once on the top, he has fallen on hard times. Has had a long career and is seen as old. Desperate.
James Lingk – (30+) A client. Timid and easily manipulated. Desperate.
George Aaronow – (40+) A gentle man with low self-esteem and a conscience. Nervous, and needs strong timing. Desperate.
Dave Moss – (35+) Big-mouthed, with big dreams and schemes. Manipulative and filled with ambition. Rough around the edges. Desperate.
Baylen – (30+) A police detective. Investigates the break-in and attempts to interrogate each cast member.
The roles of Ricky Roma and John Williamson are unavailable. All actors will receive a stipend for their work.
First Impressions is an IMPRINT theatreworks program designed to cultivate new work by playwrights in the Dallas/Fort-Worth area. As an ensemble-based theatre company, we believe collaboration and openness are integral to development and want to provide outlets and opportunities for creators to utilize available resources within the community.
For the First Impressions Festival, several plays will be chosen to receive a table reading with a chance for further development. The table readings will feature actors from the area and will be geared toward local directors, producers, and other playwrights for feedback and opportunity for development.
The First Impressions Festival will take place February 21st – 24th, with these table readings, panel discussions, networking events, and talkback sessions.
We are accepting submissions for consideration now!
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Curious about our project? Wanting to be a part? We would love to hear from you!