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.
Select American Sign Language-interpreted performances are available for the hard-of-hearing and deaf patrons. Seating is located in a reserved section close to the ASL interpreters. Because space is limited, we ask that only one guest accompany each patron who requires an interpreter. Additional guests and ASL students may purchase tickets elsewhere in the Theatre and — if space permits — are welcome to move into the ASL section on the day of the performance.
The 5th Avenue Theatre offers select audio-described performances for visually impaired and blind patrons through our Sennheiser Listening System This service is accessible throughout the theatre, therefore tickets can be purchased in any available price range. For more information please call 206-625-1900.
Complimentary Braille playbills are available at our coat check, located in the lobby near Aisle 3.
Denotes special events at The 5th, including backstage tours, pre-show receptions and the annual gala.
Part of our Education Programs. Once or twice a show, around 100 high school students join us for our Fridays at The 5th workshop. After a great pizza party in our lobby, they get to attend a workshop with cast and crew members.
These free events offer informative and entertaining facts prior to select performances.
Get a free behind-the-scenes look at upcoming productions at The 5th Avenue Theatre. The nights include informative and entertaining facts plus performances of select pieces from the shows.
These workshops are especially designed for high school students with a strong interest in technical theater. Students have the unique opportunity to tour backstage, observe during technical rehearsals, and meet working theater professionals and technicians. At each workshop, the students enjoy a pizza party and receive tickets to a preview performance of the next mainstage production. Workshops are for high school students, ages 14-18 only. Parents or chaperones who wish to attend the later performance with their students may contact the Box Office at 206-625-1900 to purchase tickets by phone or may purchase tickets online.