Seattle Theatres & Auditoriums
This hall was built in 1911 as Seattle's first public high school, and has since become a popular performing arts center, hosting plays, dance, concert and movie screenings.
For 40 years, ACT plays have probed cultural boundaries, tackled social issues and penetrated hearts. ACT brings the best in contemporary theatre to Seattle's most discerning and daring audiences.
The Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center offers classes and performances throughout the year. The Center is named for the prominent African American poet.
Mainstage productions, road productions, acting classes, and comedy improv.
Presenting music concerts and musical productions.
Located in Seattle's University District, this theater was built in 1921 and remodeled in 1994 to befit its Nautical theme. This theater has a single screen and shows arthouse and independent cinema.
The Spectrum Dance Theatre is devoted to dance as a physical expression. Instruction and performances take place throughout the year.
The Seattle Children's Theatre is a venue dedicated to revealing the magic of theatre to children. A variety of shows are produced throughout the year, from Shakespeare to more contemporary works.
The Moore Theatre is a classic venue in Seattle, offering live performances throughout the year that include musical numbers, dance, comedy and more.
The Seattle Public Theatre is a live performance venue that offers several plays throughout the year, including some Christmas presentations.
A non profit organization, Hokum Hall presents live musical and theatrical productions, and early childhood musical education.
The recipient of the 1990 Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre.
Located on the University of Washington campus. One of Seattle's finest performance facilities.
Marymoor Park is home to an outdoor auditorium that hosts a variety of entertainment throughout the summer months.
Originally built as a Masonic Temple in 1915, this theater has since seen service as a wrestling arena and auditorium. It now hosts the Seattle International Film Festival and shows independent and foreign films.
This arts facility can accommodate roughly 150 guests for theater, music and special performances. The venue has the feel of a small playhouse but boasts many contemporary technical features.
Founded in 1972, the Intiman Theatre offers live performances throughout the year for audiences in Seattle.
Teatro ZinZanni is a unique theatre experience, featuring audience interaction, dinner and more. The show and meal take place in an authentic circus tent.
In addition to hosting a variety of live performances throughout the year, McCaw Hall is also home to the Seattle Opera and the Pacific Northwest Ballet.
View performances by the Carter Family Marionettes and guest artists at the Northwest Puppet Center. Each year the center presents an elaborate baroque marionette opera.
Town Hall in Seattle is a cultural center that hosts live performances, lectures and more throughout the year.
This theater maintains a 1920s aesthetic from its days as a Women's Club Meeting Place. It now has two movie screens and shows independent and arthouse cinema. It also hosts screenings for the Seattle International Film Festival and the Seattle Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
This Seattle venue houses a range of musical performances and special events. The Paradox is an all ages venue with no bar.
This performance venue in Seattle hosts a variety of live events throughout the year and is also home to the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. One unique aspect of this venue is that it floats on rubber pads in order to help dampen noise from outside.
This theater was originally built in 1926 as a single screen palace but has since been modified and renovated to hold three screens. It currently has an Art Moderne-styled facade. Showing arthouse and independent films, this theater is also part of the Seattle International Film Festival.