Show List

Jacques Brel

Mar 7 – May 17, 2015

A co-production with and performed at ACT Theatre. In 1968, a little-known Belgian singer premiered a new musical revue Off-Broadway and left audiences astounded. Since then, Brel’s songs have inspired covers by artists such as David Bowie, Neil Diamond, Celine Dion, and Nirvana. The passionate and profound songs of Jacques Brel are brought to vivid life in this intense musical experience.

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Jasper in Deadland Spotlight

Apr 2 – Apr 2, 2015

Spotlight Nights are FREE events, open to the public that take you behind the scenes of our upcoming musical and new work, Jasper in Deadland.

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Jasper in Deadland

Apr 30 – May 24, 2015

An electrifying new pop/rock musical in the spirit of RENT and Spring Awakening, Jasper in Deadland takes audiences on a mythological thrill-ride through the underworld. As teenage Jasper faces gods and monsters in search of his best friend (and true love) Agnes, he learns to let go of the demons of daily life and embrace the music within. With a pulsating contemporary score and vibrant roots in ancient Greek, Egyptian, Roman, and Norse legends and fables, this spine-tingling, hair-raising, heart-stirring show explores what it means to be truly alive.

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The Illusionists

Jun 16 – Jun 21, 2015

Direct from Broadway, the world’s best selling magic show is coming to The 5th Avenue! This non-stop show is packed with thrilling and sophisticated magic of unprecedented proportions.

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Grease

Jul 9 – Aug 2, 2015

Tease your hair, grab your leather jacket, and hop on your Harley. The timeless tale of the students of Rydell High that spawned the classic film starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John is headed to The 5th! You’ll be singing along to some of Broadway’s most memorable hits including “Beauty School Dropout,” “Hopelessly Devoted to You,” “Greased Lightnin’,” and “You’re the One that I Want.”

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Little Shop of Horrors

Dec 31 – Dec 31, 1969

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TICKETING & CUSTOMER SERVICE INFORMATION

Box Office Phone Numbers
206-625-1900 or 888-5TH-4TIX

Box Office & Ticketing Customer Service Hours
Monday–Friday, 10 AM – 6 PM
Saturday, Sunday  12 Noon – 5 PM

  • On performance days the Box Office also opens 90 minutes prior to curtain time for Will Call and sales for that day's event.

  • The Box Office is closed for major holidays and also occasionally closes temporarily for staff meetings.

Theater Location
The theater is located at 1308 5th Avenue, near the corner of University Street and 5th Avenue, in downtown Seattle.
The Box Office is located directly under the theater marquee .

Ordering Tickets Online
Visit www.5thavenue.org
24 hours/day, 7 days/week

  • You must have an online account to purchase tickets online

  • Click HERE to sign into your account or to create a new account

  • Follow the onscreen prompts for creating a new account.

Buying Tickets at The 5th
The 5th Avenue Theatre operates its own safe, secure, in-house ticketing service. When purchasing tickets online, you have access to the same “best available” seats as you do when you call in.  Performances that are close to being sold out may be removed from the website. Last-minute tickets for full performances are available only by phone or at the Box Office.  Please plan your ticket purchases carefully. All sales are final. There are no refunds. Ticket exchanges are free for subscribers; single-ticket buyers pay a small fee for exchange privileges. Log into your online account to exchange your tickets no later than 24 hours before your scheduled performance.

Help with Your Order
Have questions about your order? Please call 206-625-1900 or click here to submit an online support request. Our team of Customer Service specialists will be happy to help you.

Lost Tickets- Need a Reprint?
If you lose or forget your tickets, please call 206-625-1900 or email ticketing@5thavenue.org. We can reprint your tickets and have them available for pick-up at the Box Office Will Call window on the day of the show. If your show is today, no need to call - just go directly to the Box Office Reprint Window for assistance.

Ticket Promotions
If you are responding to a 5th Avenue ticket promotion, you will receive a promotion code to use.  If you are ordering by phone, give the promotion code to the customer service representative when you call to place your order. If you are ordering online, enter the code in the promotion code box provided when you log into your account.

Facility & Service Fees

  • Facility fees help us maintain our historic theater. A facility fee of $4.00 is charged to every ticket purchased.

  • A service fee of $9.00 is charged to tickets sold online and by phone. Service fees help to cover the considerable cost of providing online and telephone services. The cost of mailing tickets to patrons is also included in the service fee

  • Service fees are not charged on tickets purchased in person at the theater Box Office.

Scalpers & Third-Party Tickets
The 5th Avenue Theatre DOES NOT allocate tickets to outside ticket brokers or resellers. We cannot verify the authenticity of tickets purchased from agencies or brokers. Tickets purchased through scalpers, brokers or other third parties may be counterfeit and inadmissible. Also, please be aware that ticket brokers may add substantial fees on top of the price they paid for the tickets that they are reselling. We have no control over the fees they charge their customers.   We strongly encourage you to purchase your tickets directly from The 5th Avenue Box Office. When you purchase from us, you will get the most current seat information, the best availability, the best prices, and all of your money will go to support the great musical theater you see on the 5th Avenue stage.

The 5th Avenue Theatre reserves the right to refuse service.