Seattle Repertory Theatre

155 Mercer St
Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 443-2210


  • Seats are VERY narrow in the balcony; be prepared to be cosy. Rise is good, though.
  • Their lineup of performances have always been on the money. Any seat has a quality view, but wished the prices were a bit inexpensive.
  • 1/2 price tickets if bought 1 hour before the show starts.
  • The restrooms by the Leo K are much less crowded when seeing a show at Bagley Wright, just down the hallway.
  • No parking at the theatre, but plenty of parking nearby.
  • Don't miss Disgraced. Fascinating litmus test on your own attitudes.
  • get a season pass
  • I'm glad they're doing the new playwrights residency
  • Great plays!
  • Support the theater.
  • Amazeballs!!
  • You would regret not watching the hound of the Baskervilles.
  • Solid, professional theatre! Strapped for cash? Seats are half price an hour before show. Go experience live theatre.
  • Seattle's best theatre.
  • Good place for Improv
  • "Neon for the Bagley Wright Theatre," Stepehn Antonakos, 1983. Neon tubing. Bagley Wright Theatre, Building Faade.
  • Theater and art collide in the Bagley Wright Theatre, where Denis Arndt will star as Mark Rothko, and rising Seattle actor Connor Toms makes his Seattle Rep main-stage debut as Ken.
  • Go see Humor Abuse! It's wonderful, funny, and full or surprises!
  • Come see "The Agony and The Ecstasy of Steve Jobs" running from April 22-May 22. Hilarious, yet socially conscious and eye-opening. Mike Daisey is brilliant.
  • Check for discounted tickets.

Nearby places

100 Mercer St (at 1st Ave)
305 Harrison St (at 5th Ave)
601 Queen Anne Ave N (at Mercer St)