Patron Services Office
155 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA 98109
Please note the Patron Services Office is working remotely at this time.
Open Mondays from 1:30-5 p.m. and Tuesday-Friday from noon-5 p.m.
More than just a box office, the Patron Services Office deals with ticketing inquiries, dining and parking recommendations, customized subscriptions, show info, and will call. We’re one of just a few box offices in the country using this model to build personal relationships with our patrons that bring them closer to the art.
BAGLEY WRIGHT THEATER
Named in honor of Seattle Rep's first Board of Trustees president, the Bagley Wright Theater opened on October 13, 1983 with the world premiere of Michael Weller's The Ballad of Soapy Smith.
Beginning in 2021, the Bagley Wright Theater is undergoing a multi-year renovation to replace seats, create additional wheelchair-accessible locations, and improve sightlines. Visit our Bagley Renovations page to keep up to date with our progress.
LEO K. THEATER
The Leo Kreielsheimer Theater opened in December 1996 as Seattle Rep's "second stage." The Leo K. was made possible in great part to a $2 million gift from The Kreielsheimer Foundation, a $1 million gift from then Board Chair Marsha S. Glazer, and the leadership of Capital Campaign chairs Ann Ramsay-Jenkins and Stanley Savage.
There are 282 seats total: 192 on the orchestra level (including loge), plus 90 balcony and box seats.
Constructed in 1983, this black box space is in daily use for a variety of mission-driven activities—from mainstage rehearsals and new play readings to youth arts education workshops, public programs, and community engagement initiatives like Seattle Rep's Public Works.
Recently renovated in 2018, it now includes state-of-the-art new theatrical sound and lighting systems, and audiovisual capabilities to ensure artists have the tools that they need to create theater of the highest caliber. And for audiences and patrons, there is a new flexible seating unit and a gorgeous window installed that opens up our artistic process to observers outside.
CarNavigate in Maps
- Take the Mercer Street/Seattle Center exit (exit 167).
- Continue on Mercer under the Aurora/99 overpass and across 5th Ave N.
- Seattle Rep will be on your left at the corner of Warren Ave N and Mercer St.
Park downtown or catch the Link Light Rail to Westlake Station, then take the historic Monorail to Seattle Center.
Save your gas and your sanity - take the bus! Routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 13, 32, 62, & Rapid Ride D line are a few that stop one to four blocks away from our door.
Ride ShareSeattle Center Events
Take away the stress of parking! Use Lyft, Uber, or other rideshare services to get to the theater. Please be aware of surge pricing when there are multiple events taking place at Seattle Center.
BikeMetro Bikes & Transit
Riding your bike? Lock it up at one of Seattle Center's many bike racks or use the Metro's bike racks to help extend your journey.
Parking LotsParking Map
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.
Accessible ParkingAccessible Parking Map
There are limited number of on- and off-street accessible parking spaces within the area. Click below to view where these are located.
Seattle CenterSeattle Center Website
Visit the Seattle Center's website for more information about parking, traffic, alternate routes, and heavy traffic days.