Seattle Rep Gift Guide
From supporting local businesses to Seattle Rep-themed gifts, we’ve got you covered this holiday season with our Seattle Rep Gift Guide. Find something for everyone on your list this December.
Stay tuned, we'll be continuing to update this list with local retailers, gift ideas, and more in the coming weeks.
*New Gift Ideas Added
Give the Gift of Seattle Rep
A Seattle Rep Subscription
Give the Seattle Rep lover in your life something they can cherish all year-long — a Seattle Rep subscription. With multiple options including our new Presale Pass, subscriber favorite, Patron Choice, and the ultimate gift for the Seattle Rep fan, a Premier Package, they’ll be able to experience all the joys of Seattle Rep into 2022. To purchase a subscription as a gift, please call our Patrons Services Office at 206-443-2222.
Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer
Start the new year off right by giving your friends and family tickets to the the first live, in-person production at Seattle Rep in almost two years, Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer. Part theater, part revival, and all power – this one-woman show with music will have your head nodding and hands clapping from start to finish. In-person tickets are on sale now.
Freestyle Love Supreme
Before Hamilton, before In the Heights, there was Freestyle Love Supreme. Now — direct from Broadway — the original hip-hop musical phenomenon from Thomas Kail, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Anthony Veneziale arrives in Seattle in 2022. In-person tickets go on sale December 10!
An InterAct membership is the perfect gift for anyone looking to get more involved with Seattle Rep. InterAct offers theatergoers ages 21-44 the opportunity to come together in support of Seattle Rep’s mission-driven work by volunteering, gathering friends to make a collective financial impact, and celebrating together at InterAct special events all while connecting directly with the work on stage.
Make a Gift
Making a gift in honor of someone special is a meaningful and heartfelt way to show your love for them and Seattle Rep. Whether you're dedicating a gift to your most passionate theater pal or memorializing the life of a loved one, your generosity will help support Seattle Rep's mission of putting theater at the heart of public life.
Seattle Rep Gift Certificate
Can't decide what to get the theater lover in your life? Give a Seattle Rep Gift Certificate which can be redeemed for subscriptions, single tickets, Kilroys Club registration, and more.
Staff and Artist Recommendations
From photography to jewelry, our incredible artists, staff, and community have many incredible talents on and off the stage. Check out some of our family's amazing offerings and gift ideas.
Check out actor Shaunyce Omar's (As You Like It) Etsy store Somar Boutique for gorgeous handmaid earrings.
Up West Vintage & Alki Mercantile
Actor Brandon O’Neill (The Winter’s Tale, Pride and Prejudice) owns two Etsy shops with his partner Heidi O’Neill: Up West Vintage and sister store Alki Mercantile.
For the adorable pup in your life, check out our own Creative Director Angela Nickerson's Etsy shop Alpine Canine for handmaid dog bandanas.
Sayed Alamy Photography
Want some quality family photos? Or looking to give someone new headshots as a gift? Our in-house photographer and graphic designer Sayed Alamy can take care of all your photo needs. Visit his website for more information.
P.S.: Sayed is the brilliant photographer behind our #SeattleComesBack campaign on Instagram and Facebook.
Seattle Rep Communications Director Katherine Boury recommends JJ Caprices for jewelry, gifts, and everything in-between.
HR Business Partner Sarah Feldman suggests Kolirae Designs for stunning PNW-inspired greeting cards to send to family and friends throughout the holidays and into the new year.
Love Lola Knits
Director and writer Malika Oyetimein (Teenage Dick) sells her lovely knitwear, bags, clutches, and more through her website, Love Lola Knits. With one of her designs recently featured in Vogue (currently sold out online), we'd suggest ordering a tote, or some knitwear before it's all gone!
Support artists, designers, directors, stage managers, and technicians across the United States through Backstage Bazaar. Through this virtual marketplace you'll be able to find jewelry, crafts, ceramics, and more created by theater artisans.
Support Native Artists
A Seattle-based art and lifestyle brand owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe. Eighth Generation partners with community-based Native artists around the country to design, manufacture, and market beautiful wool blankets and gifts intended for everyone around the globe. In doing so, they are boldly reclaiming control over the market for products featuring Native art and the stories that go with them – all while building the business capacity of their artist partners through the Inspired Natives™ Project.
Day Break Star's Native Art Market
Day Break Star’s Native Art Market is the perfect place to find holiday gifts and more. The market will feature art, clothing, jewelry, woodworking, drums, and art prints from tribes across Western Washington.
Can’t make it in-person? You can check out their online store, Sacred Circle Gifts and Art. Proceeds from the online store go directly to their non-profit, United Indians of All Tribes Foundation.
Black Coffee Northwest
For the coffee lovers out there, Black Coffee Northwest offers not only incredible local coffee, but provides a community gathering space that supports local artists and hosts a youth-run coffee bar. For coffee, merch, and more visit their website.
Offering incredible found objects, art, books, and curated gift sets, KOBO Seattle has a variety of unique offerings that will delight everyone on your list. Learn more and check out their two locations in the International District and Capitol Hill.
Shop Chinatown-International District
From adorable pins from the Wing Luke Museum to totes and treats from Hood Famous Cafe and Bar, the Shop C-ID site offers clothing, art, gift cards, and more from the Chinatown-International District neighborhood.
Visit Intentionalist this month to purchase restaurant gift cards, shop small, and support local businesses this holiday season.
Whether you're looking for a local jeweler, or a bottle of wine for a friend, GSBA has you covered this holiday season with their amazing directory of local LGBTQIA+ and allied businesses.
Buy all the books - Locally!
Seattle hosts an incredible array of local bookstores from Estelita's Library to Third Place Books. Here are just some of the local bookstores you can purchase plays, literature, and more from this December. Can't make it to one of these bookstores? Check out bookshop.com to support local bookshops in your area.