Seattle Repertory Theatre believes that theatre should be affordable for everyone. No matter what your budget is, the Rep has a discount ticket for you. The list below gives you an overview of how to get discount tickets to Seattle Repertory Theatre.
Seattle Repertory Theatre 2018/2019 season
The regular season runs September through May. Find more details about the current season, visit: http://www.seattlerep.org/Buy/subscriptions.
- A Thousand Splendid Suns: October 5 – November 10, 2018
- A People’s History: October 17 – November 25, 2018
- In the Heights: November 23 – December 30, 2018
- Last of the Boys: January 18 – February 10, 2019
- The Woman in Black: February 22 – March 24, 2019
- A Doll’s House, Part 2: March 15 – April 28, 2019
- Nina Simone – Four Women: April 26 – June 2, 2019
- Tiny Beautiful Things: May 17 – June 23, 2019
Seattle Repertory Theatre list of discount tickets
Ages 13-19? $5 tickets with TeenTix! By joining the TeenTix program, you can see any show at the Rep for just $5. Tickets must be purchased on the day of the show. Membership is free and also gets you into EMP, PNB, SIFF and many more. Check out the TeenTix website.
Student? Student tickets are $18 for current students with valid ID. Present ID when picking up tickets.
65 and older? Great discounts are available for B and C level seats during regular production runs. Call the box office for details.
Military Discount of 50% to active duty and veteran military personnel and their immediate families through the Blue Star program. Must present ID when picking up tickets.
City Access tickets to community non-profit organizations are available for as low as $5. To find out how your organization can get involved, call 206-787-1435 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone can get $19 tickets through TodayTix for select performances. These limited $19 tickets will be available on the TodayTix app at 10:00 a.m. on the day of each performance on a first-come, first-served basis. TodayTix is a mobile phone app that requires registration. Optionally, you are asked to share a post about your tickets on social media (Facebook or Twitter).
Anyone can get Half-price Rush Tickets. One-hour before each performance, all available tickets are half price. You must purchase tickets in person.
Anyone can attend “Pay What You Can” Performances. Limited tickets are sold day-of-show to select performances, based on availability. $1 minimum per ticket at the Box Office window or $5 minimum per ticket over the phone. PWYC tickets are not available for purchase online. To be notified about upcoming PWYC performances, sign up for the e-mail list and check the “Discounted Ticket Offers” box, or check the online Calendar and look for this icon.
Group Discounts. Groups receive 10% to 20% discount and can also get free reception space, so plan your holiday party, reunion, or club gathering at The Rep and enjoy a once in a life time performance!
Subscription packages to five plays cost as little as $19.00 per ticket, with the same guaranteed seat. That’s incredibly cheap — and an incredible value — for world-class live theater performances. For the best value, choose subscription packages in section D for Wednesday or Saturday Matinees, or Wednesday or Sunday evening performances. The Seattle Repertory Theatre regular season runs September – June.
For more information Seattle Repertory discounts, visit: http://www.seattlerep.org/Buy/Tickets/Discounts.
About Seattle Rep
Seattle Repertory Theatre, “The Rep”, is Seattle’s First Professional Theatre. Buoyed by the cultural success of the 1962 World’s Fair, a handful of community leaders—with philanthropist Bagley Wright at the helm—envisioned for Seattle a professional theatre company to rival the best in New York. Founded in 1963 to realize that vision, the Playhouse at Seattle Center served as the first home for the fledgling repertory company.
In the 1980s, The Rep joined with the City of Seattle to build the new Bagley Wright Theatre. The theater company became an artistic home to a group of American playwrights, including Wendy Wasserstein, Bill Irwin, Kevin Kling, Tim Blake Nelson, and August Wilson.
In the 1990s, Seattle and The Rep made it big on the national scene when they were awarded the Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre. As a result, many of their plays moved from Seattle to Broadway.
As they look forward to the next 50 years, The Rep embraces and puts forward the next generation of theatre artists in the Northwest. Everyone is welcome.
For over 50 years, Seattle Repertory Theatre has created productions and programs that surprise, entertain, challenge and uplift our community through a shared act of imagination. Seattle Rep is a vital source for creative thought and conversation, a place where the audience brings to life the stories they tell.