Available for all performances:
Large Print Programs
Available at Coat Check.
Utilize this new wireless technology that transmits audio to cochlear implants, hearing aids with T-coils, or loop receivers, available on loan at Coat Check. If you have questions about T-coil technology, please ask your audiologist.
At the time of ticket purchase, please select seats marked with the wheelchair symbol or request these tickets from the Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222.
Contact the Patron Services Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternative Seating Options
Standing options and black chairs (that can be easily moved and do not have armrests) are available upon request. Please ask the Patron Services Office for assistance when purchasing tickets or when you arrive at the theater.
A scene-by-scene guide of the sensory impact of a show that individuals may experience.
Sensory kits may be checked out in the lobby, containing noise reducing ear protectors, fidgets, sunglasses, and communication cards.
Available for certain performances:
American Sign Language Interpretation
Special seating is reserved for patrons requesting this service to guarantee optimal viewing of the interpreters and the stage.
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A text display located to the side of the stage that scrolls the dialogue in sync with the performance. Special seating is reserved for patrons requesting this service to guarantee optimal viewing of the captioning screen and stage.
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Audio description is now available for every production this season for patrons who are blind or who have low vision. A trained describer narrates the nonverbal elements of a performance, including costumes, actions, and scenery. Headsets are available for loan at Coat Check.
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This theatergoing experience is made to cater to people with sensory sensitivities. The autism and neurodivergent communities especially benefit from these performances, where adjustments are made to make your audience experience comfortable.
Some adjustments that you can expect are:
- Trained ushers, volunteers, and front-of-house staff.
- A large quiet area in the lobby.
- Fidget items available for all audience members.
- Sensory kits available for check out, including noise-reducing ear protectors.
- House lights slightly raised.
- Loud noises, strobe lights, and other over-stimulating effects reduced or eliminated.
- Assistive devices allowed throughout the performance, including tablets and phones.
- Space to move, talk, make noise, leave your seats, and re-enter the theater throughout the performance.
- An accepting and welcoming environment for all!
In addition to dedicated sensory-friendly performances, all of Seattle Rep's productions are sensory accessible.
Seattle Rep is proud to be certified by Sensory Access, making all events more accessible to those with sensory processing difficulties.