A powerhouse of the art of theatre in the region since the 1962 world fair, this performance venue has two vaunted spaces - the Leo Kreielsheimer Theatre and the Bagley Wright Theatre. On these classically designed but state of the art stages you can catch the latest hit Broadway show on tour, plays from the classical era. When you arrive for a show, ask for drink options in the lobby. The theatre recommends that you get something to eat before catching a show at one of the many excellent restaurants at the Seattle Centre.
- Performances are generally recommended for ages of 13 and older.
- In the dress code rule, comfortable clothing is recommended. However, shoes are compulsory.
- Drinks in approved containers are allowed. However, outside food is not allowed.
- For group discounts, get in touch with the box office authorities.
Prices range from USD 17+ depending on theatre, show, timing and other factors. Students and seniors may get a discount.
Box Office Hours:
- 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
- Administration office hours: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Monday to Friday)
- Matinee performance on Saturdays and Sundays begins at 2:00 pm.
- Wednesday matinee: 2:00 pm
- Evening performances begins at 7:30 pm.
- Lobby opens: 60 minutes before the show.
- Buses 3, 4, 82 stop 5th Ave N & Broad St.
- Drive to here or take a taxi.
- Buses 1, 2, 8, 13, 32, D Line stop 1st Ave N & Republican St.
- Seattle Center Monorail stop 370 Thomas St, Seattle, WA 98109.
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Great acting company. Good variety of performances. I'm pleased with my current season ticket status. Snacks/drinks offered are lower cost than similar events. Best seats can be pricy for a season worth; we are happy with lower-priced balcony. Good compliment to subscriptions to more struggling companies also.
Two theaters in one location. The Rep has grown to be one of the best in the US, offering provocative themes and outstanding performances. In The Heights is an amazing show, as are so many others we've seen in the past few years. We are season ticket holders, and look forward to every performance.
This is Seattle's Theater. The Rep has premiered Niel Simon and August Wilson pieces, hosts big Broadway tours with superstar casts and local genius start-ups. The lobby is comfy and the bar always serves theme cocktails based on the shows. Don't tell anybody, let the uninformed go to the theaters that look sparklier from the outside.
I have never been. It was wonderful. Easy to find bus let's u off on 1st Ave and Mercer. Two blocks east on left. A live performance with these colorful and wonderful actors. Like a living story book come to life. Wonderful scenic sets and costumes. Longer than I knew glad for intermission. Be aware very tight seating will need aisle seat and additional seat for service animals. I had two seats luckily. Had to back him in and than down. Was very good clapping at end scared him but he learns new stuff quick. Gets very stuffy last hour of show and can set off allergies/coughing. I heard a few others coughing also. Took me more than 5 to 10 minutes to stop my coughing. Leaving theatre so as to not disturb others by coughing can cause u difficulty getting back in. Prior to intermission a few people came in and out my left exit ramp more than 3 times during show. They were very quiet and considerate about it. When I attempted to re enter usher stopped me on ramp would not let me reenter and said too disruptive due to light wanted me to go to left entrance and climb over 12 or more people. I could have sat there in the theatre and coughed for 5 or 10 minutes. I told my service dog to stay. Too disruptive to get him out and back in again and told her I needed to get back to him. I guess the 3 or 4 prior entrances and exits by other patrons had special status. I said unable to do that was disabled and she had to have a senior staff person come resolve the issue. He took me back in. Other than the usher problem it was a wonderful experience and I loved the show, the story line, the costumes and the very evocative way that they presented and acted out the meanings and emotions within the story. I would like very much to come again. However, I will be bringing cough drops etc if I come again. Thanks for the great treat I loved it.
Watched my first play in this theater recently and was a great experience! Great lighting and sound, good cozy feel and nice services. Definitely recommend keeping track of the acts they have on at different times of the year.