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Inquire about 2023/24 Student Matinee performances!

We want you and your students to experience theater to the fullest! Seattle Rep supports Student Matinee ticket purchasers by providing: 

  • Downloadable Youth Guides with articles, resources, and in-classroom activity suggestions
  • Two complimentary preview tickets for Educators so you can see the show ahead of your students

Please note each show’s content advisories on the pages below (with the assumption of a higher youth-to-adult ratio for Student Matinee groups, age recommendations here may be slightly higher than age recommendations noted on our For Families page).

Tickets are $10 per student, with 1 FREE chaperone per 10 students. To inquire about financial assistance and other virtual student and classroom opportunities, contact our Youth Engagement team

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  • Artwork for Fat Ham

    Fat Ham

    Thursday April 25 and May 9, 2024 at 10:30 a.m.

    Age Recommendation: 16+

    An uproarious new comedy inspired by Shakespeare's Hamlet, this Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway hit revolves around a queer Black man seeking love and liberation (and perhaps revenge) at a family barbeque. Read more>>

    Production advisory: This production uses smoke and haze.

    Content advisory: Homophobia and heterosexism, racism and racial slurs, blood, violence, and fatphobia.

    Youth guide

  • Artwork for Sanctuary City

    Sanctuary City

    Thursday March 14, 2024 at 10:30 a.m.

    Age Recommendation: 14+

    Two undocumented teens grapple with life's challenges, from family to their futures. This searing and captivating new play asks what we're willing to risk for those we love. Read more>>

    Production advisory: This production uses stage haze.

    Content advisory: This production contains depictions of underage drinking, strong language, and discussions of anti-immigrant and anti-undocumented sentiments, domestic and family violence, immigrant deportation and detention, and more. Click here for the full content advisory and resources surrounding these topics.

    Youth guide

  • Artwork for Quixote Nuevo

    Quixote Nuevo

    Thursday, February 1, 2024 at 10:30 a.m.

    Age Recommendation: 15+

    Underscored by vibrant Tejano music, Quixote Nuevo follows an aging Cervantes professor’s humorous and heartfelt quest to become the hero of his own story. Read more>>

    Production advisory: This production contains strobe lights and fog.

    Content advisory: Contains adult and supernatural themes, language, sexuality, and descriptions of migrant death and border violence. For support around these topics, click here.

    English Youth GUide

    Spanish Youth GUide

  • Artwork for Little Women

    Little Women

    Thursday, November 30 & Wednesday, December 6, 2023 at 10:30 a.m.

    Age Recommendation: 12+

    The beloved March siblings discover love, joy, and loss as they learn the importance of family and being true to oneself in this fresh and lively new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel. Read more>>

    Production Advisory: This production contains stage haze and the use of an e-cigar.

    English Youth Guide

    guÍa juvenil en espaÑol

  • Artwork for Islander


    Thursday, November 2, 2023 at 10:30 a.m.

    Age Recommendation: 13+

    Myth and reality collide in this musical showcase of epic storytelling, intimately staged with a contemporary Scottish folk-inspired score. Read more>>

    Production advisory: This production uses light stage haze.

    Content advisory: Land displacement

  • Artwork for Passengers


    Thursday, October 5, 2023 at 11 a.m.

    Age Recommendation: All Ages

    Through contemporary dance, music, and extraordinary acrobatics, this breathtaking cirque spectacle explores the unique stories of strangers in transit. Read more>>

    Production Advisory: This production features the use of theatrical haze and two brief moments of flashing lights.


Seattle Rep’s K-12 Youth Engagement Programs are supported by:

The Chisholm Foundation on behalf of Lynn Manley and Lex Lindsey | BECU

Muckleshoot Charitable Fund | Hazel Miller Foundation | Loeb Family Charitable Foundation 

City of Seattle Office of Arts & Culture | Forest Foundation 

Horizons Foundation | Puyallup Charity Trust