You asked, we delivered. Announcing Seattle Rep at Home, Seattle Rep’s official production streaming platform. Make some popcorn, snuggle up on the couch, and get ready to watch Seattle Rep shows from the comfort of your home.*

Seattle Rep 2021/22 streaming packages are available for purchase for $190. Streaming inventory is limited, so don't delay! Read through the FAQ below for details.

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*The 2021/22 streaming package includes: Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer, Teenage Dick, Ghosts, Selling Kabul, and BruceFreestyle Love Supreme is not available for streaming. Free streaming tickets to The Winter's Tale are available separately here. Streaming packages are only available to residents of Washington state.

Purchasing a Streaming Package

Seattle Rep at Home is a brand new endeavor for us! This FAQ will be regularly updated as more details about our streaming platform become available.

If you have an immediate question not addressed here, contact the Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222.

Who can purchase a streaming package?

Anyone who is a resident of Washington state.

How much does a streaming package cost?

Seattle Rep’s 2021/22 streaming package costs $190 per household and includes access to digital versions of 5 productions.

What shows are included in my streaming package?

Streaming packages include the following productions:

Freestyle Love Supreme is not available for streaming.

Seattle Rep’s Public Works’ The Winter’s Tale is available for streaming but is not included in this streaming package. Free Winter’s Tale streaming or in-person tickets must be reserved separately.

Can I purchase a streaming pass/ticket for just one show?

Yes! Individual streaming productions will go on sale on each production’s single ticket on sale dates at 1:30 p.m. PT:

I’ll be watching with my family/friends at home. How many streaming packages/tickets should I purchase?

One streaming package covers the cost of one household. If you have many people in your household and would normally purchase multiple tickets for an in-person performance, we invite you to consider adding a tax-deductible donation with your streaming package.

I am an in-person Seattle Rep subscriber/have a Presale Pass. Does my in-person subscription come with a streaming package?

No, your in-person subscription/Presale Pass does not come with a streaming package. You can buy a streaming package in addition to your in-person tickets, though this would be an additional purchase.

I am an in-person Seattle Rep subscriber/have a Presale Pass. Can I purchase a streaming package in addition to my in-person subscription?

Yes, you may purchase both in-person and streaming tickets separately. (In-person subscriptions/Presale Passes do not automatically come with streaming access. There are no bundling options.)

I have in-person tickets purchased already, but I want to switch to streaming only. Can I do that?

We are currently exploring options for patrons to convert tickets from in-person to streaming. Call our Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222 or send a message.

How to Stream

When will I receive my streaming link(s) for my purchased streaming shows?

For each production, your streaming link will be emailed to you as soon as the production is available to view. This will typically be within one week of each production’s official opening night.

If you purchase your streaming access before the production’s digital version is released, you will be emailed a link to view the show as soon as the stream is available to watch. If you purchase your streaming access after the digital version has been released, you will receive a link to watch the stream within moments.

What devices can I watch my streaming productions on?

Seattle Rep at Home can be watched on internet-accessible browsers and the following apps/smart TVs/other smart devices: iOS, Android, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, or Android TV.
Use the same email address for app login as the email address you use to make purchases on this website.

I purchased a streaming package or ticket and haven't received a confirmation email. What should I do?

You will receive a confirmation email within 15 minutes of completing your ticket purchase. If you do not receive your confirmation email, please check your inbox spam folder, or contact our Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222 or send a message.

Your link to video access will be sent to you in a separate email once your digital content is ready to view. You can also access your streaming information by logging into your Seattle Rep account.

How long do I have to watch each production?

Once you have purchased a streaming package/ticket, you will receive an email with a streaming link once the content is ready to view. Once you have pressed “play” to start the production stream you rented, you have three days (72 hours) from this point to finish watching. 

What if I miss my streaming date window?

Be sure and watch your streaming production during your streaming window, much like an in person performance. If you have any questions please call our Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222.

Can I watch my purchased production at any time during the run of the show?

You must watch your production within 72 hours of clicking “play” on the production video stream. The streaming production is usually available within one week of each production’s official opening night. You must watch your streamed production by the last day of a show's in-person run (anyone who clicks "play" on the last day of a production will have 72 hours from that time).

What accessibility options are available for streamed performances?

You can watch Seattle Rep at Home through any internet-connected device via web browser or via apps or smart devices including iOS, Android, Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, or Android TV. 

Streamed productions will include optional closed captions. At this time ASL interpretation and audio description are not available, though we hope to add these options in the future. 

Shá Cage, Harvy Blanks, and Perri Gaffney in Familiar (2018). Photo by Navid Baraty.