Plays in Process
In this virtual series, get a raw behind-the-scenes look at the creative process with leading artists in the field.
Join our monthly virtual play reading group featuring new plays by women, trans, and non-binary playwrights, with a focus on playwrights of color.
WashMasks & Mabton School District Mini Food Drive
Donate requested food items at Seattle Rep's drop-off location on April 23 from 3-6 p.m.
Kilroys Class: Teen Edition!
Teens ages 15-19 are invited to read new plays out loud, strengthen text analysis and public speaking skills, and much more in a non-competitive ensemble environment.
From costume design, to Shakespeare, to dance, and more, artists from previous Seattle Rep productions offer virtual masterclasses on a variety of topics.
(Re)Imagine Theater Panel Series
An online panel series that brings artists and community leaders together to envision a new theatrical world. Without constraints, what do we want theater to look like?
Let's Talk Tech Podcast
Go backstage with technical theater professionals to get the inside scoop on their careers, the industry, and the roles that we don't see on stage.
Youth Engagement Events
Online youth engagement workshops and events, including Black is the Light, Collective Playwriting, and the August Wilson Monologue Competition.
Artistic Director Braden Abraham interviews Seattle Rep collaborators and arts advocates in this online series.
August Wilson Reading Challenge
In honor of Black History Month, we invite you to join our August Wilson Reading Challenge to read Wilson's entire American Century Cycle over the month of February.
Header Image: Seth Lifland and Eric Ankrim in Seattle Rep’s Public Works’ As You Like It (2019). Photo by Bronwen Houck.