Become a Member
Our Members are the life of our organization. Members of The REP receive free or discounted tickets and merchandise, invitations to special member-only events, priority seating and much more. Most importantly, however, you receive the satisfaction of knowing your contribution enables us to continue to bring live professional theatre to our region for years to come. We have many membership levels available. Click here for more info and to become a member
Our Corporate Sponsors are those local, national, and regional business that understand a vibrant arts community is essential to a region’s economic well-being. Our sponsors enjoy a number of benefits,including ads and listings on our playbill, website, and marketing materials, special profiles, free tickets, and priority seating. Click here for more info and to become a sponsor for The REP
The REP is a professional, non-union affiliated theatre company. We attend the Unified Professional Theatre Auditions each February in Memphis, TN. For separate auditions with the company, please submit a resume and head-shot to: Seaside Repertory Theatre, Casting, P.O. Box 4814, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
Occasionally, we have available positions within the company. Whether it is full or part time, in administrative or production, information about employment opportunities are included here. – There are no available positions available at this time.
The REP Internship Program
Any interested local high-school aged students are invited to join the Seaside Repertory Theatre’s year-long unpaid Internship Program. Each intern dedicates 15 hours per week/60 hours per month to learning and performing every responsibility associated with operating a professional theatre, including working backstage crews for sets, lights, sound, costumes and props. Interns work closely with professional directors, designers, crew, and actors while providing labor support, in order to understand each process from start to finish. REP interns also operate the box office and perform house management and ushering duties during The REP’s main stage productions, and spend time in the office, learning administrative operations including marketing, public relations, fund raising and memberships. Workshops with a professional company member are offered, teaching the interns different artistic elements of theatre. Workshops include acting through monologue work and scene study, improv techniques, script analysis and writing, and directing short scenes. Every summer and winter the interns produce a play, directed by a REP professional company member, and presented on the main stage, with all proceeds directly benefiting the REP Intern Program. For more information please contact Brook Stetler via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org