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Sanctuary City contains complex themes. For a detailed content advisory, including potential spoilers, and for resources for support around these topics, read on.

Full Content Advisory

Sanctuary City contains: 

  • Stage haze
  • Depictions of underage drinking
  • Strong language

This production contains in-depth discussions of:

  • Anti-immigrant and anti-undocumented sentiments 
  • Arranged marriage for citizenship access 
  • Domestic and family violence 
  • Immigrant deportation and detention 
  • Lack of marriage rights for queer and same-sex couples

If you would like further information regarding these content advisories, please contact the Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222. 


Sanctuary City explores many challenging themes. If you are looking for support around these topics within the Puget Sound region, check out the following organizations. And as you are able, please consider volunteering for or donating to these incredible organizations.

Immigration Resources

  • Northwest Immigration Rights Project: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project promotes justice by defending and advancing the rights of immigrants through direct legal services, systemic advocacy, and community education.
  • Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network: WAISN is the largest immigrant-led coalition in Washington. They are a volunteer-driven network of immigrant and refugee-rights organizations and individuals distributed across the state that strives to protect, serve, and strengthen communities across the state.
  • La Resistencia NW: Based in Washington state, La Resistencia is working to end the detention of immigrants and stop deportations. La Resistencia is a grassroots organization led by undocumented immigrants and people of color that have been oppressed by the immigration enforcement system.
  • Colectiva Legal del Pueblo: A non-hierarchal collective organization founded for and by undocumented immigrants working to build community leadership and power for migrant justice through legal advocacy and education.
  • OneAmerica: OneAmerica organizes immigrant and refugee leaders and our allies to build power in our communities and run campaigns to create a just immigration system, inclusive education for all, and a truly representative democracy.
  • National Resource - Kids in Need of Defense (KIND): KIND envisions a world in which unaccompanied and separated children’s rights and well-being are protected as they seek safety.

Youth Focus

  • Para Los Niños: A grassroots community serving the immigrant, Spanish-speaking population in South King County. In all its work, Para Los Niños and its programs represent the desire of a community change that can support all immigrant families in their complex journey through the educational system in the United States.
  • Super Familia King County: An unaccompanied and undocumented youth Mutual Aid group. Read more in this story from Crosscut.
  • TheDream.US: TheDream.US is the nation’s largest college and career success program for undocumented immigrant youth, having provided more than 10,000 college scholarships to Dreamers attending 80+ partner colleges in 20+ states and Washington, DC.


Know Your Rights

 Domestic and Family Violence Resources