If you are interested in taking advantage of our easy payment plans for your subscription, please call Guest Services at 206.625.1900.
If you need accessibility accommodations with your subscription, please contact Guest Services at 206.625.1900 (video relay calls welcome) or email Guest Services for more information or additional assistance.
Oct 4 – Oct 27, 2019
Nov 26 – Dec 29, 2019
Jan 31 – Feb 23, 2020
Mar 13 – Apr 5, 2020
Jun 12 – Jul 3, 2020
A Guest Services Associate will seat your subscription in the best available seats in the section you select. Following, you will receive an email confirming your seats.
If seats are not available in the section that you have requested below, you will be assigned best available seats in the next available section and a refund will be applied to your credit card.
Season parking passes included in your subscription: 0
Additional season parking passes:
6 show parking ($)
Wheelchair seating is located on the orchestra level at the end of rows F, K and P — House Right, and rows G, J and Q — House Left.
The Theatre offers the Sennheiser Listening System for patrons who are hard-of-hearing. Headset use is complimentary however coat check does request a photo ID when checking out a headset. All headsets are subject to availability.
If you would like to have a script and book-light provided for your use during a performance, please request one at the coat check inside the lobby. Scripts will be checked out with photo ID. Subject to availability on a show-by-show basis.
Open Caption performances are designed for patrons with mild to complete hearing loss. Dialogue and lyrics of the show scroll across a caption screen in synch with the actual performance. The caption screen is located to the right of the stage and special seats are available in the auditorium for this service. For more information please call 206.625.1900.
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.
For our patrons that are deaf or hard-of-hearing, we also offer digital projection subtitles for select shows. Tickets are held on the main floor for these performances so tickets are available through our box office either in person or by calling 206-625-1900.