COVID Protocols Proof of vaccination no longer required. For the safety of the live performers, masks are still required at least until the end of the run of Fun Home, which closes October 29, 2022. More info


We are currently accepting submissions for the following upcoming production:

This Flat Earth (submission deadline EXTENDED to 5/30)

For the current AEA COVID Safety Protocol MOU, please see here: https://actorsequity.org/resources/Producers/covid19-info/memorandum-of-understanding/

For general information about Harlequin Productions (COVID protocols etc), please visit the COVID protocols post:  https://test-hqp.pantheonsite.io/2022/03/05/covid-protocols/


Submissions (Submission deadline extended to: May 30, 2022)

We are currently accepting submissions from AEA and non-union actors for our upcoming production of THIS FLAT EARTH, Directed by Aaron Lamb.

Rehearsals begin July 27, 2022 for performances August 26 – September 17, 2022.  AEA SPT Category 4 Contract.

Submissions are being accepted through May 30, 2022.  Callbacks will be held in person at the theater (202 4th Avenue East, Olympia, WA 98501). If called back, you will be notified of a future date/time.

Roles Available:

Character Descriptions:
JULIE: 13, looks as much like a child as a middle-schooler can. This is not what she wants.
ZANDER: 13, Julie’s friend, made of long bones and acne.

SUBMISSION INFORMATIONNo video is needed, simply fill in your information, upload a recent photo or headshot, and tell us a little about your experience!

You can submit your information at this Airtable location:


If you have other questions, please email casting: casting@harlequinproductions.org.

General Auditions

We attend the TPS (Theatre Puget Sound) general auditions each year. In addition, we hold annual general auditions for our upcoming season in the late summer or early fall. Please watch this site for our next general auditions date and submission instructions.

Submissions for a Particular Production

If you are interested in a particular production please do let us know by submitting your headshot, résumé, and a note of interest. Let us know what show and role you’re interested in, and we will be happy to consider you.

How to Submit

Please send an electronic headshot and résumé (in PDF format) to casting@harlequinproductions.org.
Please, no snailmail submissions and no phone calls.


Harlequin operates on a Transitional Small Professional Theatre contract with the Actors’ Equity Association. Our 2022 contracts will be Tier IV.


Harlequin currently pays a base rate of $150/wk for all non-AEA actors. There are additional carpool stipends and housing opportunities for actors from out of town. We generally rehearse a portion of each production in Seattle.

Harlequin is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion in our casting and in all areas of our work. We seek to tell stories that represent our world, and therefore strongly encourage actors of underrepresented groups to audition.