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Now Casting for The Ten Show!

If an in-show producer has invited you to call backs for The Ten Show based on your audition in The Ten Show’s talent pool, if an in-show producer has invited you directly to call backs for this week’s show, or if below is a character from the scripts that seems like it would be a good fit, come to call back auditions at The Hive. Here are the details:

What

Auditions for The Ten Show Final Round, week 4.

Where

The Hive Collaborative, 591 S. 300 West, Provo, UT 84601

When

Tuesday, November 19th, 2019 starting at 7 pm (end time tbd)

What to Prepare

Please bring a copy of your resume for the producers to review before the show and be prepared to read sides for a given role. You may be invited by other producers in attendance as well to read sides from their selected plays. Producers then may bid for your acting services. If more than one producer bids for your services, you may select from the two highest bidders.

Roles (Week 4)

Merry Christmas, Good Soldier

Strangers meet on Christmas Day at a national military cemetery and find solace in their Christmas memories.

  • WOMAN – middle-aged, her father was interred at the cemetery one week earlier
  • MAN 1 – middle-aged, his father had been interred at the cemetery four months earlier
  • MAN 2 – older brother to MAN 1

Queens of the Realm

Four hundred years after the destruction of the earth, in the Land of the Realm, two rival queens vie for control of the kingdom. But when Queen Becky the Brave thwarts the royal ambitions of Queen Molly the Magnificent, can all-out war be far behind? Queens of the Realm is a fantastical comedy about power, strategy, and sibling rivalry.

  • QUEEN BECKY – Female, Mid to Late 20’s, clad in the livery of an Elven Warrior Queen
  • QUEEN MOLLY – Female, Early to Mid 20’s, garbed in the beautiful robes of an Arthurian noblewoman

The Coriolis Effect

A man has an existential crisis after getting his hand stuck in a toilet. He calls for his wife to come to his rescue, but her form of rescue is on a different order than what he’s looking for.

  • MATT – 40s, male, uptight, excitable husband of Lisa
  • LISA – 40s, female, cool, playful wife of Matt

Zombie Hearts Never Beat

What good is a beating heart that can’t love?

The zombie apocalypse is a lot less terrible than one might think. The heart stoppers (zombies) live
in relative harmony with the heart beaters (live humans). But Justin has been recruited for a drug
trial that will jump start his heart. Unfortunately, that means he’ll never be able to be with his true
love, his heart-stopper girlfriend, Lucy.

  • JUSTIN (M) – 20s-30, zombie, nice guy, means well
  • LUCY (F) – 20s-30s, zombie, nice girl, smarter than her boyfriend Justin
  • RUBY (F) – 40s-60s, zombie, career waitress
  • NORB/NANA (M/F) – 40s-60s, zombie, diner chef, cranky. Change pronouns as needed.
  • BONNIE-ANN (F) – 20s-30s, zombie, not a very good waitress, fun
  • CONSTANCE/CONNOR (F/M) – Any age that looks good in a corporate suit. Caring, but this is business. Change pronouns as needed.

 

Questions?

Email hivestagemanager@gmail.com

 

Casting Call for Season 3 of “Enter the Hex”

The Hive Collaborative is pleased to announce it is casting for ENTER THE HEX SEASON 3; The Ugly Deep, an online tabletop roleplaying gameprov series. 

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About the Show

The show will originate from the stage of The Hive Collaborative in Provo, Utah in front of a live studio audience. Season 3 will run for five Friday and Saturday evenings over six weeks, beginning January 17 and ending February 22, 2020 (note: no performances scheduled for Feb 14-15).

Roles & Schedule

Roles

Some pretty big changes have occurred in Throssia since Kesukara was overthrown. As such, changes have also taken place in the Hex. There will be no Guardian roles this season, and the Clan of Malthior has been reintroduced to the Hextant. All auditions will be for Champion roles with pre-designed characters.

Schedule

The Champions’ schedule will also be different this season. There will be a total of 15 champions cast. We will have 5 Champions (one from each clan) who will start off the show and play until they perish in battle or are otherwise lost to the quest. When this happens, the next Champion in line from that clan will step into their role and do the same. The first and second Champions are likely to have stage time, the third Champion may or may not. It may all depend on a roll of a die.

With this change, actors must be available for every week the run of the show and able to jump in with a days notice if the Champion before them has died. All actors will be compensated, regardless of stage time.

Audition Dates

Auditions for all roles will be held Friday, October 11 from 7-9 pm and Saturday, October 12 from 10 am to 1pm. Other audition time slots and dates may be scheduled as needed. 

What to Prepare

For your audition, we ask that you come prepared with a monologue, about 1 minute long, that shows your acting strengths. These monologues can be from a play, musical, TV show, or movie. You can also find pre-cut monologues here. We’re not looking for your memorization skills, so don’t worry about getting every word right. We’re mostly interested in how well you embody the character you’re portraying.

We may ask you to embody one of the Season 3 characters (we’ll have descriptions at the audition) to engage in an improv exercise with our Hexmaster, showing your improv ability and willingness to commit to the character and story. Actors need not be experienced in tabletop role-playing games, but should be willing to gamely dive right into their assigned character.

We are looking for people who familiar with the Hexposition of both seasons 1 & 2. You can watch these seasons here.

Location

Auditions will be held at The Hive Collaborative, Utah’s new theater. We’re located at 591 S. 300 West, Provo, UT 84601.

Schedule Your Audition

Audition for Enter the Hex: Season 3

For team captains and players
  • Please share with us a one-paragraph summary of your experience in acting for theatre or film. If no experience in acting, please tell us about your TTRPG experience.
  • Auditions will be held October 11 from 7-9 pm and October 12 from 10 am to 1pm. Please tell us what dates/times would work for you. (We'll do our best to accommodate your request. We'll reach out to you to propose a date/time based on your request.)
  • The show will be taped Jan 17-18, Jan 24-25, Jan 31-Feb 1, Feb 7-8, Feb 21-22 with a mandatory tech/dress rehearsal the Wednesday before each weekend. Please indicate your availability on these dates. (Note: Some dates for evening Hex Boot Camp trainings in Nov/Dec will be negotiated as well.)
  • Anything else you'd care to share with us?
  • Please upload a headshot (need not be professional) and resume. Allowable extensions are pdf, jpg, png, gif (3 files max, no more than 5 MB total).
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Auditions for The Ten Show

The Hive Collaborative is auditioning for THE TEN SHOW, an online series originating from our theater in Provo, Utah. The Ten Show is designed to be a celebration of the entire playmaking process, from script selection to casting, from rehearsals to performance, from budgeting to putting butts in the seats. In this case, it will all be centered around the 10-minute play art form as 10 producers work with a given budget and compete to advance to subsequent rounds.

We are seeking talent to perform as producers, directors, and actors. Producers do not need to have producing experience, but experience in the theater, whether on the acting side or crew side, is a plus.

Production is scheduled to start 10/14/2019 and run through 11/23/2019 (except dark the week of Halloween and the week beginning 11/11/2019). Producers would need to be available for three of those weeks. Directors and actors only need to be available for at least one of those weeks.

Audition Dates

At this stage, auditions are available by appointment. Please complete the form at the bottom of this page here

What to Prepare

Please prepare one or two 1-minute monologues showing a contrasting range of styles (e.g., one comedic, one serious). Also, please complete the form at the bottom of this page here.

Is the BYU v. UVU Edition of This Really Happening?

Maybe. We’re seeking five current or former students from each school to participate as producers in this friendly competition. If you attended neither, feel free to audition as well. It’s a big tent.

More Info?

We have more details about the how the show works here. Also, it has that form at the bottom that we were hoping you’d fill out before you come, but you can fill it out when you get here if you prefer.

Questions? Appointments?

If you have any questions or want to schedule an appointment during the audition window, please email hivecastingoffice (at) gmail (dot) com and give us a date and time range that works for you and we will do our best to accommodate you. We’ll reply with a time as close as we can to your requested timeframe. Or you’re welcome to walk-in and take the next available slot. We’re friendly like that.

Let’s do something cool together.

Casting Call for Season 2 of “Enter the Hex”

The Hive Collaborative is pleased to announce it is casting for ENTER THE HEX SEASON 2, a online series that helps viewers see why role-playing tabletop games like D&D are exploding in popularity. 

About the Show

The show will originate from the stage of The Hive Collaborative in Provo, Utah in front of a live studio audience.  Season 2 will run for five Friday and Saturday evenings over six weeks, beginning July 12 and ending Aug 17, 2019 (note: no performances scheduled for Aug. 9 & 10). Some roles require a commitment to each of the evening performances. Others require only a commitment to four of the evenings. All roles compensated.

Roles & Schedule

Team Guardians

There will be four teams, each consisting of one Guardian (team captain) and four Champions (team players). 

Champions

Each team will consist of four Champions (or players), each of whom will be featured for at least one Friday/Saturday set of performances. Champions need not be experienced in tabletop role-playing games, but should be willing to gamely dive right into their assigned character and determine the extent they want to follow the advice of their team Guardians. In addition, one Champion for each team will be chosen to return to play on the final Friday/Saturday of the show. As such, Champions must be available for one of the following pairs of dates: July 12-13, July 19-20, July 26-27 & Aug. 2 & 3, and all Champions must be available to return if called upon for the final two nights: Aug. 16 & 17.

Other Roles

All roles are available, including team Guardians and Champions. In addition, the role of the Barkeep is available (note: this role will not be based on Season 1’s barkeep Dermot, but will be a new character to be determine later through the audition process). In addition, we are introducing two new roles, commentators that will participate in a pre-show performance. Commentators should be well-verse in tabletop RPG strategies and game-play.

In addition to the performance nights, team Guardians and Champions will be required to attend game-play instruction rehearsals during several evenings prior to the game nights as well as a dress and tech rehearsal on the Thursday prior to the performance dates. Dates and times to be determined. 

Audition Dates

Auditions for all roles will be held Friday, June 14 from 7-9 pm and Saturday, June 15 from 10 am to noon. Other audition time slots and dates may be scheduled as needed. 

Returning Auditioners/Season 1 Cast Members

We’d love to see you again. If you absolutely can’t make the audition dates, please still complete the form below and let us know you’re interested in Season 2.

What to Prepare

For Enter the Hex Season 2, we are continuing to develop our spin on tabletop role-playing games. Working within a fairly streamlined format of the show means that we will be seeking to keep our players’ attributes somewhat simplified. Players selected to participate in Season 2 will be asked to adopt a character created specifically for the show with designated attributes that may be different from other tabletop RPGs. For your audition, we are more interested in how well you can adopt an assigned character, which may not be the specific character you bring for your audition. As such, we would ask that you come with two contrasting characters, from two different clans (see below), to demonstrate your range. For your audition, we’d ask you to introduce yourself briefly, including your name and experience in tabletop RPGs, then to introduce your first character by sharing your character’s name and telling us in character a little bit about your character. We may also ask you to do the same for your second character. We may also verbally present a situation to you and ask you to respond to it as your character would.

It would also be helpful to watch at least parts of a few episodes of Season 1 (click here).

Team Descriptions

Four teams will compete for the Hex Cup.

Veneda

  • Shadows, mystery, secrets, revenge, deception.
  • Likely members would be rogues, assassins, nobles with business in information, bards, monks, warlocks.

Talam 

  • Members of Talam are the gentle wind and the savage storm.
  • They live in harmony with nature. Nature’s dominion is theirs to steward and protect.
  • Likely members would be druids, rangers, those who know the land, warlocks with fae pacts, clerics of woodland gods, barbarians.

Kreeg

  • A warrior tribe as old as civilization. The name has become synonymous with merciless destruction.
  • Fiercely loyal to their clan, easily angered, supremely deadly.
  • Likely members would be fighters, barbarians, merchants of war tools, blacksmiths, war clerics, warlocks of fiendish pacts, war drum bards, sorcerers, monks.

 Aria

  •  An order formed to honor a young peasant girl named Aria who united a divided nation and sacrificed her life in an effort bring about lasting peace.
  • Members of the Order of Aria value truth and light, above all.
  • Likely members would be paladins, clerics, monks, sorcerers, fighters.

Location

Auditions will be held at The Hive Collaborative, Utah’s new theater. We’re located at 591 S. 300 West, Provo, UT 84601.

Schedule Your Audition

Casting Call for Pilot Season of “Enter the Hex”

The Hive Collaborative is pleased to announce auditions for ENTER THE HEX, a live-streaming series that helps viewers of all ages see why role-playing tabletop games like D&D are exploding in popularity.

 

We have roles for every level of gaming experience, from expert to complete novice who is game to dive right in and have fun with it.

 

About the Show

 

The show will originate from the stage of The Hive Collaborative in Provo, Utah in front of a live audience. It will be streamed live and made available for playback on demand. The pilot season of the show will run for five consecutive Friday and Saturday evenings, beginning April 12 and ending May 11. Some roles require a commitment to each of the evening performances. Others require only a commitment to four of the evenings. For the pilot season, compensation will consist of a modest travel stipend.

 

Roles & Schedule

 

Team Captains

 

Each team of four players will have a captain, who will provide in-game instruction and encouragement to team members. Team captains should be experienced in role-playing tabletop games. Team captains will be part of the play each night of the pilot season and, as such, must be available for the full run of the show.

 

Players

 

Each team will consist of four players, each of whom will be featured for at least one Friday/Saturday pair of shows. Players need not be experienced in tabletop role-playing games, but should be willing to gamely dive right into their character and determine the extent they want to follow the advice of their team captains. In addition, one player for each team will be chosen by the audience to return to play on the final Friday/Saturday of the show. As such, players must be available for one of the following pairs of dates: April 12-13, April 19-20, April 26-27 & May 3-4. In addition, all players must be available for the final two nights: May 10-11, should they be selected by our audience to return.

 

In addition to the performance nights, team captains and players will be required to attend game-play instruction rehearsals during several evenings prior to the game nights. Dates and times to be negotiated.

 

Audition Dates

 

All roles are available. Auditions for team captains will be held March 8 from 7-9 pm and March 9 from 10 am to noon. Auditions for players will be held March 22 from 7-9 pm and March 23 from 10 am to noon. Other audition time slots and dates may be scheduled as needed.

 

What to Prepare

 

Team captains. Those auditioning for one of the four team captains should come familiar with the four teams descriptions (see below) and be prepared to play a brief simulated tabletop role-playing game as captain of one of the teams. Pick a team that sounds like it would be a good fit.

 

Players. Those auditioning to be a player should come up with a character name and profile as a player on one of the four teams (see descriptions below). We’ll ask you to take a minute to share with us a little about your character as that character. We may then present verbally present a situation to you and ask you to respond to it as your character would.

 

Team Descriptions

 

Four teams will compete for the Hex Cup:

 

Véneda

 

  • Shadows, mystery, secrets, revenge, deception.
  • Likely members would be rogues, assassins, nobles with business in information, bards, monks, warlocks.

 

Talam

 

  • Members of Talam are the gentle wind and the savage storm.
  • They live in harmony with nature. Nature’s dominion is theirs to steward and protect.

 

Kreeg

 

  • A warrior tribe as old as civilization. The name has become synonymous with merciless destruction.
  • Fiercely loyal to their clan, easily angered, supremely deadly.

 

Aria

 

  • An order formed to honor a young peasant girl named Aria who united a divided nation and sacrificed her life in an effort bring about lasting peace.
  • Members of the Order of Aria value truth and light, above all.

 

Location

 

Auditions will be held at The Hive Collaborative, Utah’s new theater. We’re located at 591 S. 300 West, Provo, UT 84601.

 

Schedule Your Audition

 

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Announcing Auditions for a Special Small-Cast Edition of Liken’s “The First Christmas”

This Christmas season, The Hive Collaborative will present a family show, Liken’s “The First Christmas,” like it’s never been seen before. The Christmas movie from the Liken series has long been a favorite of families everywhere, and the 50+ person stage version has been presented by community and church groups all over the world for the past decade. In this new, small-cast version of the show, members of an extended family play nearly all the roles in a special Christmas Eve musical retelling of the first Christmas. When it comes time for the heavenly host choir to join in, that’s when the fun happens as we enlist the aid of our audience, who will be taught their part of the songs under the merry tutelage of the angel Gabriel.

This will be the world premiere of this special small-cast, Heavenly Host Choir sing-along edition of Liken’s “The First Christmas.”

Audition Options

We offer various options for auditioning at The Hive.

  • Audition by Appointment: Friday, Sept. 14, 6-10 pm. Email us at brothers@hivetix.com to request an appointment and your availability within that time slot or during the open-call audition on Saturday, Sept. 15, 10 am to 1 pm. We will work to assign you a time within your stated availability. Auditions will be held at The Hive in Provo.
  • Open-Call Audition: Saturday, Sept. 15, 10 am to 1 pm at The Hive in Provo.
  • Audition by Video: Upload a video of your audition (see audition prep below) to YouTube or similar service as an unlisted video and send a link to brothers@hivetix.com. Please submit video auditions by noon Saturday, Sept. 15.

What to Prepare

Please be prepared to sing 16 bars from two contrasting pieces. We will not have an accompanist, so please bring a phone/device with the music on it ready to go (we will have a standard adapter to connect from your phone/device’s earphone jack to our sound system) or sing them a cappella. Please also prepare a monologue of up to one-minute. If you prefer, we can provide you sides.

Call Backs

Date: TBA

Roles

All roles are singing parts and are compensated.

  • Gabriel, the angel
  • Frank Baylor, grandfather
  • Elsie Baylor, grandmother
  • Jeanette Baylor, the mom
  • Rob Baylor, the dad
  • Merilee Winston, college-age daughter
  • Devin Winston, college-age son-in-law
  • Abbie Baylor, teenage daughter
  • Max Baylor, teenage son

Performance Schedule

The tentative schedule:

  • Preview: 11/29
  • Opening Night: 11/30
  • Then Th, Fr, Sa, Mo nights at 7 pm
  • Closing night: Saturday, 12/22
  • 14 performances

Rehearsal Schedule

5-week rehearsal schedule starting 10/29 and running most weeknight evenings (not Halloween) from 7-9 pm and Saturday mornings 10-12 (subject to negotiation, as some directors/casts may elect to make certain rehearsals longer to free up one or more evenings/Saturdays).

Questions?

Please post any questions below or email us at brothers@hivetix.com.

Closing Week for “The Actors”

It has been a wonderful experience to have as the inaugural production at The Hive the world premiere of “The Actors” by Ronnie Larsen. Sadly, all good things must come to an end (for now), and Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018 is our closing night.

Closing week will include performances on 9/5, 9/6, 9/7, and 9/8, with all performances beginning at 7:30 pm.

Live Music

Of special note, the 9/5 performance will feature live music during scene changes. Our artist will be Robert Ikey Starks. Robert has been singing since he was a young boy and playing guitar since he was a teenager. He goes by the moniker Apple Bear on youtube where he brings you lovely songs in very homemade fashion via an old Iphone 5s. He is in the band Dinosaur Kisses and is the Musical Director for the Grassroots Shakespeare Company. Some favorite plays he’s been involved with are Chris Clark’s adaptation of The Little Mermaid, and Titus Andronicus put on by The Grassroots Shakespeare Company, and Morag Shepherd’s original play Poppy’s In The Sand put on by Sackerson in SLC.

Live Auction

Of special note #2, the 9/8 performance will feature a live auction of some of the fun, unique props featured in the play, including vinyl albums from the ’70s and a working “Rock-‘Em, Sock-‘Em Robot” set. 100% of the proceeds of the auction will go to benefit Foyer Coin des Cieux, an orphanage/school in Haiti the Agles have been working with over the years. The funds will go toward increasing the school’s solar energy capacity (“the grid” in Haiti is notoriously unreliable). All attendees from any night during the run are invited to participate. If you aren’t planning on attending the 9/8 performance, but would like to participate in the auction regardless, you are welcome to come to the theater shortly after 9:30 at no charge.

For more details on the option and to see some of the fun items that will be auctioned, please go here. 

If you do want to buy tickets to any of our remaining performances, please go here.

 

 

Casting Call for “The Bookbinder’s Tale”

Casting Call for the Second Show in The Hive Collaborative’s Inaugural Season

This will be the world premiere of “The Bookbinder’s Tale,” written by Bo Wilson. Directed by Diedra Celeste Miranda. Produced by Ken Agle & Dennis Agle.

Once upon a time, at a Prominent University, a young woman wanted to help people see their lives as stories they tell themselves and each other. Once upon a time, at the same Prominent University, the chair of its English department, who was also the young woman’s fiancé, wanted to indulge her. Once upon a time, at (yes), a cheerful and charming Italian bookbinder thought the young woman’s story and his own might become a single saga. “The Bookbinder’s Tale” is a love triangle that travels in and out of its three characters’ fables, seen through one another’s eyes. Circumstances that seemed set become fluid, and futures shift with startling speed. By turns funny, breathtaking, and touching, it invites us to return to Story–our oldest and best home.

As this is the world premiere of this play, you will have the opportunity to originate these characters in this funny, moving new play suitable for all audiences.

Roles:

  • Mina, 27 years old. Holder of a fairly worthless Master’s Degree in Comparative Literature. She is about to conduct her first night course at a Prominent University. She’s not quite sure whether her current life is the dead end it has suddenly begun to feel like.
  • Rupert, 40 years old. Professor of Literary Criticism at a Prominent University. He is an authoritative academic.
  • Paolo. 44 years old. He is an Italian craftsman and artisan-in-residence at the same Prominent University. He is grounded, soulful.

Prepare: Please bring a one-minute monologue. We may also ask you to do a cold read of a selection from the script. If you are auditioning for the Paolo role, please be prepared to deliver your monologue in a slight Italian accent.

Compensated. All actors will share in gross ticket sales, with a “not less than” amount guaranteed.

Open Call Audition Date: Saturday, July 21, 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm. Callbacks by appointment early the following week.

Video Audition Option: If you are unable to attend our July 21 open call audition, but would still like to be considered, you may submit a video audition. Please do not send us the video, but upload the video (as an unlisted video to YouTube, for example), then send us a link (using the form below). Please submit your video audition no later than Saturday, Sept. 21, at 2:30 pm MDT. Callbacks by appointment early the following week (in person).

Performance Dates: Currently scheduled to open Sept. 21 and run Wednesdays through Saturdays through Oct. 13, although that may be pushed back 1 week.

Rehearsal Dates: Rehearsals scheduled to start mid-to-late August and run Mon-Thursday evenings, Saturdays 10 am to noon.

Where: The Hive Collaborative, a new 86-seat theater focusing on new plays located at 591 S. 300 West, Provo, UT 84601 (one block from the Frontrunner station). Depending on the geographic location of our cast, some of the early rehearsal times may be adjusted as well as held in Salt Lake County for convenience.

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Casting Call for “The Actors”

Casting call for “The Actors,” a new play written by Ronnie Larsen. Directed by Patrick Newman. Produced by Ken Agle & Dennis Agle, The Hive Collaborative, Provo, Utah.

As this is the world premiere of this play, you will have the opportunity to originate these characters in this funny, moving new play suitable for all audiences.

Logline: A man is so grief-stricken by the death of his parents that he hires two actors to come in a few hours a week and pretend to be his parents so he can have a famiy again, but things don’t go as planned.

Roles:

  • Ronnie, 30s-40s. The grief-stricken man.
  • Jean, 30s-50s. The actress Ronnie hires to play his mom.
  • Clarence: 30s-50s. The actor Ronnie hires to play his dad.
  • Actor Jay, late teens to mid 20s. Jean’s actor son.
  • Real Jay, 30s-40s. The grief-stricken man’s brother.

Prepare: Please bring a one-minute monologue. We may also ask you to do a cold read of a selection from the script.

Compensated. All actors will share in gross ticket sales, with a “not less than” amount guaranteed.

Open Call Audition Dates: June 19 & 20, 7 pm to 9 pm. Callbacks: June 22, 7 pm to 9 pm and June 23, 10 am to noon.

Performance Dates: July 31 & Aug. 1, dress rehearsals; Aug. 2, preview; Aug. 3, opening night. Then Wed-Sat evenings from Aug. 3 to Aug. 25. Possibly adding matinees on Saturdays if there is sufficient demand.

Rehearsal Dates: Rehearsals start July 2 and run Mon-Fridays, 7 pm to 9 pm, Saturdays 10 am to noon. No rehearsals July 4, July 7, or July 24.

Reading/workshop with Author: Two evenings tbd week of June 25.

Where: The Hive Collaborative, a new 82-seat theater focusing on new plays located at 591 S. 300 West, Provo, UT 84601 (one block from the Frontrunner station).

Other Positions? Yes, we need to fill other positions, if not for this production, for future productions. Please see here.

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Announcing Our Inaugural Play

We are delighted to announce that the inaugural play for the inaugural season at The Hive will be the world premiere of “The Actors,” written by Ronnie Larsen. The play will be directed by Patrick Newman and produced by Ken Agle & Dennis Agle of The Hive Collaborative.

“The Actors” is about a man is so grief-stricken by the death of his parents that he hires two actors to come in a few hours a week and pretend to be his parents so he can have a famiy again, but things don’t go as planned. This fun and moving new play is suitable for all audiences.

Opening night is scheduled for Aug. 17, 2018, at The Hive’s new theater in Provo, Utah.

We are grateful to all the playwrights who submitted their work for consideration. Many of these works are being considered for subsequent slots during The Hive’s inaugural season. In addition, submissions are still open here.