Frequently Asked Questions
Where are you located?
Seattle Repertory Theatre is located in the northwest corner of the Seattle Center on Mercer Street.
Where's the best place to park?
Parking information is available on our Directions & Parking page, which also includes a map of nearby parking.
When are shows?
Performances are generally Wednesday through Sunday. All evening shows begin at 7:30 pm. There are matinees on Saturdays and Sundays, which begin at 2:00 pm. There is one Wednesday matinee during the run of every show, also at 2:00 pm.
Can I bring my kids?
Seattle Repertory Theatre generally recommends our performances for ages 13 and older. There may be some shows that are appropriate for children ages 6-13. Seattle Rep does not allow babes in arms or children under five. For specific information of the suitability of a performance, please call the Box Office at 206-443-2222 or visit our individual show pages.
What is the dress code?
There is no dress code! Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable.
When does the lobby open? When does the theatre open for seating?
The lobby opens one hour before the performance of each show. The theatre opens for seating one half hour before the performance of each show.
What amenities does your lobby offer?
We have a full bar, with specialty cocktails for each show, and an espresso bar with pastries. We accept credit cards before the show, and cash only at intermission. The Shop at The Rep offers a wide assortment of jewelry, books, and show-related items, including scripts and posters. Our concierge desk is staffed with someone who can advise you about restaurants, call a cab for you, or answer any questions.
Are food and drinks allowed in the theatre?
We no longer allow drinks other than bottled water in the theatre. Food is also prohibited.
How much are tickets?
For performances in the Bagley Wright Theatre, ticket prices range from $15 and up, depending on performance, date, and seat location. For performances in the Leo K. Theatre, tickets range from $30 and up. Tickets for patrons 25 and under are $12, and discounted tickets are available for people over the age of 65. There are always half-price rush tickets available the day of the show. For more information on specific ticket prices click here.
How do rush tickets work?
Half-price rush tickets are available 1 hour before any performance for any seats, excluding D level in the Bagley, that are still available. If there are no seats available, standby tickets will be sold at D level pricing, which ranges from $17-$32, depending on the performance date. Please call the Box Office with pricing questions for a specific performance. There is generally a money-back guarantee available for standby tickets; however, rush tickets are a final sale. Cash is strongly preferred. For more detailed information on rush or standby tickets, please call the Box Office at 206-443-2222.
Do you have Pay What You Can performances?
We do have Pay What You Can performances for most of our shows. They are opportunities for you to come and pay as much as you are able - over $1! Sign up for Discounted Tickets Offer in our eNewsletter to be notified by e-mail of these dates, or call the Box Office at 206-443-2222 to find out the status and dates of the Pay What You Can performances.
Do you have group discounts available? Who do I call to reserve a school or education group?
Contact Patron Services/Group Sales Specialist Sarah Jo Kendall at 206-443-2224 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for group discounts and sales. Or visit the group sales page here.
Contact School Programs Manager Scott Koh at 206-443-2202 ext. 1043 or at email@example.com about reserving for a school or education group.
How can I volunteer?
Seattle Rep is always seeking volunteers to donate their time and talent in a variety of capacities throughout the theatre. For more information, click here.
How can I donate money?
Ticket sales only cover 60% of the cost of providing you with world-class entertainment. You can give online or call the Development Office at 206-443-2210. More information click here.
How can I deepen my knowledge of the plays, theatre, and the social issues raised in the productions?
Attend panel discussions, interactive workshops, informal Q&A with Rep artists or get a tour. Learn more here.
Looking for an online connection? We also have a blog.