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Getting Here and After You Arrive

Where are you located?

Seattle Rep is located at 155 Mercer Street, on the northwest corner of the Seattle Center campus.


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Where is the best place to park?

With the remodel of Climate Pledge Arena next door and the arrival of the Seattle Kraken hockey team, we highly recommend taking public transportation to get to the theater. If driving is a must, here are a few tips: 

  • There are several parking lots available within walking distance of the theater. Be advised that rates fluctuate and space is limited depending on the number of events happening at Seattle Center.
  • For a list of accessible parking options at Seattle Center, click here.  
  • Visit Seattle Center's website for more information about parking, traffic, alternate routes, and heavy traffic days.
  • If you have Seattle Center parking questions, please contact 206.233.3989

Can I bring kids?

Most performances at Seattle Rep are appropriate for teens, and some shows are also suitable for children ages 6-12. For more details, check out our show-by-show age recommendations or contact our Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222.

Seattle Rep does not allow babes in arms or children under five for standard performances. Check out our For Families page for more information.

What is the dress code?

We welcome you as you are! Layers recommended, comfort suggested, shoes required.

Please check our COVID Protocols page for up-to-date information about mask-wearing requirements for the 2023/24 Season.

What COVID protocols will you have in place?

With the end of the federal public health emergency, Seattle Rep no longer requires masking at most performances, but we will remain flexible to serve the needs of our community. Visit our COVID Protocols page for the latest information. 

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. 

How do I find accessible performances dates?

Go to our Accessible Options page to find accessible performances and more information about our accessible programs.

When does the lobby open?

The lobby opens one hour before the performance of each show. The theater opens for seating a half hour before the performance of each show.

What amenities does your lobby offer?

Seattle Rep offers a full bar with specialty cocktails for each show and a spotlight on local beer, wine, and spirits. New this season, come early and enjoy food from Alki Bakery! Spend your pre-show happy hour relaxing in our lobby while dining on savory and substantial options like sandwiches, cheese plates, and baked goods. You can even pre-order a drink for intermission! Check out our Drinks & Dining page for more details.

We have a Coat Check in the lobby as well. It’s $1 per item, cash only. Staff at our concierge desk can advise you about restaurants, call a cab for you, or answer any questions.

Are food and drinks allowed in the theater?

Currently, beverages are permitted in the theater. Food is prohibited. Outside food and beverages are not permitted.

Please note that our food and drink policies in the theater may evolve during the 2023/24 season depending on health and safety recommendations from Public Health and our union partners. 

Buying Single Tickets

How much are tickets?

For performances in the Bagley Wright Theater, single ticket prices range from $20 and up, depending on performance, date, and seat location. For performances in the Leo K. Theater, tickets range from $40 and up. A $7 per ticket service fee is applied to all online and phone sales. 

We have a variety of discount options, found here

Our subscription packages offer a variety of cost-effective options, starting at $95.


How do rush tickets work?

Half-price rush tickets are available 1 hour before any performance. Seating restrictions may apply. If there are no seats available, standing room tickets may be available for purchase. For more detailed information on rush or standing room tickets, please call the Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222.

Do you have Pay What You Choose performances?

Seattle Rep offers Pay What You Choose tickets available for all of our performances, based on availability. Learn more about the program on our Pay What You Choose page.

When and where can I buy tickets for shows?

At this time, tickets may be purchased online or through the Patron Services Office over the phone at 206.443.2222. Tickets may also be purchased in-person at the Patron Services Office, though we highly encourage patrons to utilize our digital ticketing options.

Seattle Rep only guarantees tickets purchased via our website, our Patron Services Office, or from any of our official ticket vendors. There is no guarantee that a ticket is valid when you purchase it from an unofficial third-party vendor.

Do you have group discounts available? Who do I contact to reserve a school or education group?

Contact us at 206.443.2224 for group discounts and sales. 

Contact our Youth Engagement team to reserve student matinee tickets for a school or education group.

E-Ticket FAQ

2023/24 Season Subscriptions

Why is my package more/less expensive this year?

Almost all packages have risen in cost for 2023/24. This may have to do with changes in day of week pricing, locations within the theater, discounts, etc. To learn more about how a specific pricing change has impacted you, call the Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222. 

When can I begin exchanging tickets?

Subscribers will be able to exchange their tickets for individual shows during Subscriber Courtesy Week, taking place in early August 2023. Make sure you’re signed up for our email alerts so you’re receiving our save the dates! 

How can I change my seats?

There are several easy ways you can change your season subscription seats:

  1. Renew online with your changes 
  2. Complete the invoice we mailed you and include your changes, then return the invoice via postal mail 
  3. Give our Patron Services team a call at 206.443.2222
  4. Visit our Patron Services Office in-person Monday-Friday from noon-5 p.m. 

It’s helpful for us to know if you have an idea of what seating changes you would like to make (i.e. move towards the center, closer to the stage, on an aisle, etc.). Review our updated seat maps for reference. 

What if I don’t like my new seats once I’ve sat in them?

It’s perfectly fine if you arrive at the theater, sit down, and decide those seats aren’t for you! On the day-of, check in with a house manager or usher to discuss relocation options before the performance begins. After the performance, call the Patron Services Office and we’ll help find other seats for you for the remainder of the season. This is all new to us, too, and our priority is making sure our subscribers enjoy their seats all season long!