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Our 2024/25 Season: Built by Seattle Rep, Built for You!

Dear Seattle Rep Community,

In Seattle Rep’s 2024/25 Season—my first as Artistic Director—we’re creating the most dynamic range of work one can imagine, from the epic to the intimate, and from timeless classics to timely new plays. Join us for the journey, and be part of incredible artistic experiences that only Seattle Rep can bring to you.

We’ll open this fall with my own Seattle Rep debut in the Bagley Wright Theater, directing Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth (Sep. 26 – Oct. 20, 2024), a massive, ambitious, classic play that also happens to be absurdly funny. This comic fantasia about endings and new beginnings is a love letter to human endurance, and resonates best when the world is on the brink of change.

Next up in the Leo K. Theater is Primary Trust by Eboni Booth (Oct. 24 – Nov. 24, 2024). On track to be one of the most-produced new plays in the country next year, this unconventional comedy demonstrates what can happen when we open ourselves up to making human-level connections with others. Fresh and completely uncynical, it offers an escape from the world we live in, and a vision of a better one.

As we head into the holiday season, our next Bagley show, Noël Coward’s Blithe Spirit (Nov. 29 – Dec. 22, 2024), offers an escape of a different kind: a wildly fun romp filled with ghosts and British accents but nary a mistletoe in sight! An irreverent gem from one of the most prolific writers of the 20th century, this high-concept comedy will bring friends and family together for a much-needed laugh (not to mention a séance or three).

We’ll return in the new year with Pearl Cleage’s classic drama Blues for an Alabama Sky (Jan. 30 – Feb. 23, 2025) on our Bagley mainstage. Never before produced at Seattle Rep, Cleage is a contemporary of August Wilson known for her lyrical sensibility in riveting plays and novels. Her work will transport you nearly a century back in time, into a story filled with complex characters and choices that feel heartbreakingly relevant to our present moment.

Overwhelming choices are a big theme in our next Leo K. show as well, with the world premiere of Mother Russia (or Periods of Collapse) (March 6 – April 6, 2025) by Lauren Yee, whom you may recall from 2018’s The Great Leap. After the fall of Communism in 1992, life in a “free” country leaves a pair of would-be spies desperate for someone to tell them what to do. This quirky new geo-political comedy exposes how easily authoritarian regimes can arise from a vacuum in power.

Spring roars into the Bagley with Laughs in Spanish by Alexis Scheer (April 17 – May 11, 2025), a madcap mother-daughter comedy set in motion when a full gallery of paintings go missing at Art Basel in Miami. Hilarious plot twists abound, but this is a story about what we do for the people we love. Seattle may be my hometown now, but Miami is where I was born and raised, and I can’t wait to introduce you to characters and a culture close to my heart.

Our first six productions will be built entirely by Seattle Rep, spotlighting the expertise of the artisans in our scene, costume, and props shops, not to mention the mostly local actors, directors, and designers shaping the work on stage. Creating our own work is what our theater was founded to do. That said, we also love to connect you with unique theatrical experiences we could not produce on our own. That’s why we will wrap up the season with the return of The 7 Fingers and their new show Duel Reality (May 29 – June 22, 2025), a head-to-head cirque battle inspired by the feuding families in Romeo and Juliet. It’s a familiar story presented in a way you’ve never seen before, and with an ending you could never expect.

I’ve curated Seattle Rep’s 2024/25 Season to take you on a journey between comedy and drama, feeling the ebb and flow of theme, content, and form across an expansive range. It’s a journey that is intended to be experienced in its entirety, and I hope you will consider subscribing for the entire season.

Join me for this new chapter at Seattle Rep—we have so much to look forward to!

All my best,

Dámaso Rodríguez
Artistic Director

2024/25 Season


Hear more about the 2024/25 Season from Dámaso in person before select performances of Fat Ham! Learn more »


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Check out what the press is saying about Seattle Rep’s 2024/25 Season 
beginning September 26, 2024. This post will be updated with more news as it comes out!

Broadway World: THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH, PRIMARY TRUST & More Set for Seattle Rep 24/25 Season: Titles also include Blithe Spirit, and more. 

EverOut: Seattle Rep 2024/25 Season 

Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA): Washington State Hearing Loss News: Get Excited: The Seattle Rep Announces Their 2024-2025 Season 

Greater Seattle on the Cheap: Seattle Rep 2024/45 season list of plays and discount tickets