Check this page for the most up-to-date protocols for all in-person performances and events at Seattle Rep.
In response to county infection data, feedback from audiences, and protocols implemented by peer organizations, Seattle Rep is instating the following protocols during the Emerald City private developmental workshop, Where We Belong in the Leo K. Theater, and What the Constitution Means to Me in the Bagley Wright Theater. Our protocols will continue to evolve and will remain flexible in order to be ready serve the needs of our community.
We will follow all health and safety guidelines laid out by the state and our union partners regarding masks, cleaning procedures, and all COVID-19 protocols to ensure the safety of everyone in the theater during the 2022/23 season.
We are committed to keeping this webpage updated and will be dating this page as time goes on to ensure you have the most current information and know when changes have been made.
Last Updated: 8/17/2022
Please check this page before you come to Seattle Rep for the most up-to-date protocols.
Following CDC guidelines, we request our audience members do not attend Seattle Rep performances or events if you have COVID, are experiencing any COVID-related symptoms before the event begins, or if you have been exposed to COVID.
Masks will be required for patrons and staff at all Seattle Rep performances and in-person events. Masks will be required for all Seattle Rep attendees at all times in the venue, except while actively eating or drinking in designated spaces. We strongly recommend and encourage the wearing of highly effective masks such as N95, KN95, or KF94.
Seattle Rep will no longer require Photo ID, proof of vaccination, or negative COVID test results to enter our facility.
RECOMMENDED: TURN ON WASHINGTON EXPOSURE NOTIFICATIONS - WA NOTIFY
WA Notify (also known as Washington Exposure Notifications) is a free tool that works on smartphones to alert users if they may have been exposed to COVID-19 without sharing any personal information. It is completely private and doesn’t know who you are or track where you go. We highly recommend you enable this tool on your smartphone before attending the theater.
We are currently selling all performances at regular seating capacity, but if health and safety guidelines change there is the possibility of capacity restrictions becoming necessary. If so, it is possible that you and all of our ticketholders will be reseated. If this is required, we will seat you as close as possible to your current seats and/or at seats of similar value. All of our standard ticket policies apply for performance changes and cancellations. We appreciate your patience and flexibility.
All tickets will be delivered digitally via your Seattle Rep account. You can pull your tickets up on your mobile phone or print tickets at home.
The Patron Services Office (PSO) Will Call window will be open during performances for those who need it. Through our digital-first ticketing process, we hope to reduce the number of tickets available for pick-up at Will Call to prevent crowded lines from forming. Explore our E-Tickets FAQ for assistance or contact the Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222.
Seattle Rep has invested in and installed updated facilities in our spaces for the safety and comfort of our patrons and visitors.
AIRFLOW AND HVAC IMPROVEMENTS
All air filters have been replaced and upgraded to MERV 13 throughout our building’s HVAC systems.
Touchless sanitation stations have been installed throughout our lobby with free hand sanitizer for patron use.
If you have any questions about our current health and safety protocols, please contact the Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222 or send a message.