Cheers to 60 years: Seattle Rep is turning 60 and they are celebrating their diamond birthday with you! Join Seattle Rep at the theatre the week of November 13, 2023 for a variety of events as they celebrate the 60th anniversary of their first production, King Lear.
November 15, 2023
Pre- and Post-Show Celebration
Open to all ticketed attendees for the November 15 at 7:30 p.m. Opening Night performance of Little Women. Events will take place in Seattle Rep’s lobby. No RSVP to celebratory events needed.
Subscribers are invited to contact the Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222 to exchange your subscription tickets into this performance or to purchase additional tickets.
Schedule of Events:
6:30 p.m. | Lobby Festivities Begin
- Enjoy complimentary fresh-shucked oysters from Taylor Shellfish
- Happy-hour drink specials, including our Diamond Fizz 60th Birthday specialty cocktail, plus a selection of savory food items and sweet treats from Alki Bakery, all available for purchase
- Check out the Art Walk Reception for artist eileen jimenez’s exhibition, Nuestros Saberes
7:30 p.m. | Opening Night performance of Little Women
Post-Show | Raise your glass in a complimentary bubbly birthday toast with dessert provided by Cupcake Royale
Looking for info on the pre-show supporter dinner? Learn more here.
November 18, 2023
Seattle Rep: Past & Future – Performances & Panel
Open to the public, free ticket reservation required. Events to take place in Seattle Rep’s PONCHO Forum beginning at 4:30 p.m.
Join Seattle Rep for a performance and panel discussion celebrating the 60th birthday! Teen actors from youth programs will present short monologues drawing on the past six decades. Then Artistic Director Dámaso Rodríguez and a panel of local artists will share their visions for Seattle Rep and the next 60 years of American theater.
Reserve your free tickets now. Space is limited!
All Week Long
Keep an eye on Seattle Rep’s social media channels and Inside Seattle Rep to explore blog posts reminiscing on our past 60 years, exploring their history of both new and classic works, community engagement programming, and expert artisanry.