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Seattle Repertory Theatre
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Happy Opening to THE GREAT SOCIETY! More info:

Pictured: Jack WIllis and Kenajuan Bentley. Photo: Jenny Graham.
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Join us for a community forum hosted with +Office of Arts & Culture | Seattle, with support from +Seattle Office for Civil Rights and +4Culture. 
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Throwback treasure! Just discovered this mug celebrating the 1983 completion of the Bagley Wright Theatre.
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""Because the theater is nothing but a human laboratory. It’s a way for us to see ourselves, and to see ourselves differently, perhaps." -Ben Moore via +Seattle Met Magazine. 
The theater's managing director reflects on his 28-year career with the organization before he bi...
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#OnceMusical  is coming to the Paramount in 6 days!  
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Happy opening night to cast of Edward Albee's WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?!
Don't forget to purchase a Keeping up with Martha cocktail flight to enjoy all night!
Tix and info here:
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Check out the +The Seattle Times piece on our Wig Master Joyce Degenfelder!

From left: Joyce Degenfelder, Amy Hill. Photo: +Alan Alabastro. 
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+The Seattle Times calls THE VAUDEVILLIANS a must-see!

Pictured: +Jinkx Monsoon. Photo: Nate Watters.
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We work in a theatre. What can we say. #ClintDempsey   +Seattle Sounders FC 
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We just opened up a Special Events Intern position! Now accepting applications through July 31. Send questions to
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Anyone need to brush up on their Russian or Cockney accents? Ben Moore found these when he was cleaning out his office :)
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A Celebration of Life to honor Jerry Manning and his incredible legacy will be held June 2, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. at Seattle Repertory Theatre.
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Theater with 2 stages showcasing original work & revivals of major contemporary & classic plays.- Google
"Drinks in the lobby have reasonable prices as well."
"Great theater, great staff"
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Rico Brown
4 months ago
Went here on 08/23/2015 to see the Teen Summer Musical "Snow White and the Seven" which was an interpretation of the fairy tale performed by Seattle's youth. The show was outstanding and had original music and some of the best youth talent I've seen. I like the fact that this theater is small and intimate but big enough to feel immersive. Parking cost of not too bad, $12 across the street in the parking garage. Drinks in the lobby have reasonable prices as well. I wouldn't hesitate to see another show here.
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4 months ago
I watched "Sherlock Holmes and the American problem" at this theater. They serve wine, beer and some proprietary cocktails during the interval. Nice place to make an evening.
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Brian Newman
7 months ago
Came to see "Come From Afar" here. The play was incredibly well done, and the theater - despite having slightly small seats - was also pretty nice. Will come again here when I get the chance.
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Darrell Bird
4 months ago
Ridiculous management! Poorly organized show timings (having 2 shows starting or ending at the same time so that the lines are twice as big and slow as they need to be). We've gotten there 30 minutes early only to not be allowed in because the will call line moved too slow.
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Kim Stockbridge
5 months ago
I've seen some amazing productions here over the years. And I've also seen some 'okay' productions here. But that is part of the joy of theatre. I'm very appreciative to a lot of the smaller theatres in Seattle for offering inexpensive ticket options for people who may not of had the means to attend theatre. Seattle Repertory offers Pay What You Can days for the plays that are in the larger theatre. It is also how I can drag people to theatre that would normally not go by enticing them with a ticket that is only a $1.
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Chris Remy Rock Neely
9 months ago
Hard to rate a theatre according to the art that they are showing but I love the layout and Art and gift shop and the employees are very helpful. The theatre space is comfortable and good for setting a variety of different shows
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Christian Hansen
8 months ago
Saw "Disgraced" today. EVERYONE should see or become a "witness" to this important play, which in 2013 won both a Pulitzer and Tony for Best Play, and which covers, I believe, every layer of human consciousness about race, class, and human rights, in only an hour and half.
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Valeria Samarsky
4 months ago
Great theater, great staff