The 5th is doing what it can to mitigate the spread of coronavirus. Our Guest Services staff will be working remotely for the time being, and as such we are not able to take incoming calls at this time. Current Ticketholders: CLICK HERE for information on the status of your production.
“With so much uncertainty, disruption, and devastation in our human connections, the art of theater and communal storytelling becomes even more essential as we move into our shared future,” said Producing Artistic Director Bill Berry. “The act of sharing a story with a group of people in a common space has always been a revolutionary way to connect and tear down the social distances that exist between us. And that is why we are committed to singing at the top of our voices again at The 5th Avenue Theatre—and sing we will with the line-up we are curating. This is a season about the power of hope to ignite a fire in your soul and in the world.”
Due to the continuing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and government mandates, there are no firm dates determined for The 5th’s 2020/21 season. Dates will be communicated as they are confirmed and are subject to change as we continue to navigate the challenges presented by current events.
Directed by Timothy McCuen Piggee; Choreographed by Michelle Lynch
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; Lyrics and Book by Tim Rice
A STRICTLY LIMITED-RUN PRODUCTION. DON’T MISS IT!
Book, Music, and Lyrics by David Rossmer and Steve Rosen;
Directed and Choreographed by Donna Feore
Book by David Lindsay-Abaire; Music by Jeanine Tesori; Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire Directed by Desdemona Chiang
Book by John-Michael Tabelak; Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz; Directed by Bill Berry
Book and Lyrics by Wayne Rawley; Music by Martin Lowe; Directed by John Langs
This show contains adult themes and very strong language.
Come From Away is not included as part of your season ticket package but subscribers are first in line to get tickets to this return engagement!
Book, Music and Lyrics by Irene Sankoff & David Hein; Directed by Christopher Ashley
The 5th Avenue provides American Sign Language-interpreted performances for hard-of-hearing and Deaf patrons. Reserved seating located close to the ASL interpreters is available for our guests needing those services*. Ticket prices for ASL performances vary. To purchase tickets to individual ASL performances online, visit www.5thavenue.org/asl.
To purchase ASL tickets on a mobile device, select the ASL interpreted date you want to attend. Enter promo code ASL by tapping on the box under the show title. Once your code is applied, tap "Get Tickets" to select your seats in the front of the orchestra level on the left side of the house.
*These seats are reserved for our Deaf and hard-of-hearing guests who require the services of an interpreter and for their companions. For students learning American Sign Language, we offer a student discount for our ASL performances. Please contact Guest Services at 206.625.1900 or visit our box office to discuss seat availability in a nearby section at the student rate.
Open captioning designed for those with mild to complete hearing loss so you can enjoy theater as never before. Performances with this service feature a text display located to one side of the stage. The dialogue and lyrics of the show scroll across the display in synchronicity with the actual performance. Now you can catch quick punch lines, fast-patter lyrics, and hushed dialogue. For more information, please visit the Box Office, email GuestServices@5thavenue.org or call 206.625.1900 or 888.584.4849 (voice).
ASL interpretation and open captions will take place during the same performance. All ASL/Open Caption dates will happen on the third Sunday matinee of the respective production. Dates below.
If you are interested in subscribing to our ASL/Open Caption performances, please email GuestServices@5thavenue.org for more information.
The 5th Avenue Theatre has Sennheiser Listening System headsets for patrons who are hard-of-hearing. We also offer inductive neck loops. Both devices are complimentary, but subject to availability. You may reserve a headset when you purchase your tickets. To reserve your headset e-mail GuestServices@5thavenue.org.
Using the Sennheiser Listening System, The 5th Avenue Theatre offers select audio-described performances for visually impaired and blind patrons. The Sennheiser Listening System works throughout the auditorium so you may purchase tickets in any section of the theater. For more information, email GuestServices@5thavenue.org
Wheelchair seating space is located on the orchestra level (main floor) of the auditorium. The seating is located House Right at the end of rows F, K and P and House Left at the end of rows G, J and Q. If no wheelchair seats are available on the website please contact Guest Services by calling 206.625.1900 or 888.584.4849 (voice) or emailing GuestServices@5thavenue.org.
Elevator Access Inside the Theatre
If you’re seated on the balcony level and stairs present a challenge, we can provide you with elevator assistance. However, please note that all balcony seating involves negotiating some stairs. You may proceed directly to the lobby of Skinner Building (located at 1326 5th Avenue, 4 doors north of the Theatre's main entrance) where an usher will meet and assist you. You may also request assistance when you arrive at the Theater doors.
Braille and large print programs are both available, free of charge, at Coat Check, located in the lobby near Aisle 3. Programs are checked out with a valid ID and should please be returned at the end of the performance. Braille programs are subject to availability.
If you would like a script and book light to use during a performance, please request one at Coat Check, located in the lobby near Aisle 3. Scripts may checked out with photo ID, and are subject to availability on a show-by-show basis. To reserve a script and book light, please e-mail GuestServices@5thavenue.org.
The parking garages at City Centre and LAZ 6th Ave (formerly known as The Hilton Garage) both have accessible parking and elevators and are located within one block of the Theatre.
LAZ 6th Ave Garage is connected to the Theatre via an underground concourse; however, if you are in a wheelchair, it will be faster to exit on the street level, not the concourse level, and go around the block to the Theatre’s marquee entrance. If you would prefer using the concourse level, you will need to be escorted by one of the 5th Avenue Theatre ushers to the Skinner Building’s elevators. If you do not see one of our ushers in the concourse, please call coat check at 206.625.1294. The building’s elevators will take you to the Skinner Lobby, and you will then still have to go outside and travel one-half of a block uphill to the Theatre’s marquee entrance. Please be advised: the LAZ 6th Ave Garage is also the busiest of our partner garages on show days, so please expect longer wait times before and after the show.