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For our 26th Season, tickets to our mainstage productions range from $25 to $50.
|Mainstage Single Ticket Prices|
|Previews (for all shows)Bracket Seats (select side seats, select days)|
What We Talk About When We Talk About Love
The Brothers K
|After Opening Weekend of each show add||$5|
|Family Fun Days|
|Children under 12||$10|
- Choose your dates and seats carefully; all ticket sales are final. Free exchanges are an exclusive benefit to subscribers.
- Phone and internet orders are subject to a $5 service fee and a City of Seattle 50-cent venue fee.
Looking for even more deals? Read on for specific discounts that may apply to you.
Under Age 30 tickets are $25. The discount only applies to Pride and Prejudice because the rest of the Silver Jubilee Season is already discounted to $25. These tickets may be purchased on the day of the show only, at the Box Office window. Subject to availability. ID required.
Theatre Puget Sound (TPS) and Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) tickets are available to members for $20, and may be purchased on the day of the show as available at the Box Office window. You must show a valid TPS or AEA card to receive the discounted rate. Subject to availability.
Groups of 8 or more adult tickets are eligible for a 10% discount. Larger groups get larger discounts. Read more about Group Sales or call the Box Office 206.216.0833.
Family Fun Day tickets are $10 for children 14 and under, $12 for adults. See dates.
Book-It participates in Teen Tix offering $5 Tickets — that’s half the cost of a movie! The Seattle Center Teen Tix program is for 13-19-year-olds, click here for more info and to apply. Tickets available in person only, at the Box Office window, one hour before the show. Subject to availability.
Gift Certificates are available in any amount (minimum $10) for your friends and loved ones. It’s the perfect last-minute, instant gift option. Think of it as a gift card without the card—a simple password is emailed (or you can print it or it can be sent through regular mail) and is easily redeemed by the recipient by calling or visiting our website.
Need to exchange tickets? Free ticket exchanges are an exclusive benefit to season subscribers (exchanges for same production only; up to two free exchanges per show; $5 charged per ticket when exceeding two exchanges). Single Ticket orders may be exchanged for $5 per ticket. All sales are final; no refunds.
Exchanges must be made by phone: 206.216.0833. Please be prepared with two alternate dates when making your exchange.
If you are not a subscriber and can’t make a show, you can give your tickets to a friend to introduce someone new to Book-It, or you can donate your tickets back to Book-It and receive a full-value tax donation. Did you know there is a 47% gap between income from ticket sales and the cost of the many programs we provide to inspire people of all ages to read? Income from the resale of donated tickets helps us to close that income gap and supports our programs.
Pay-What-You-Will Previews are generally held on the Tuesday evening preceding Opening Night (please view our calendar or call the box office 206.216.0833 to confirm).
Suggested donation: $10 per ticket, with a limit of four per person. All PWYW seats are general admission.
Tickets go on sale starting at noon the day of the performance—in person or by phone. Cash is preferred for at-the-door purchases. Credit or debit cards may be used, but require a minimum $10 per-ticket purchase.
When performances are sold out, tickets are sold on a Stand-By basis.
The number of Stand-By tickets is determined by the number of unclaimed seats remaining at 5 minutes before curtain. Tickets are $25 and must be paid for in cash only. The Stand-By list begins one hour before curtain at the Box Office. Must be present to be put on the list. Stand-By ticket purchasers will receive a numbered card and ticket, and will be directed by the House Manager to stand in a designated area until Stand-By seating begins. Patron must be present; if the patron is not in the designated area when their number is called, the House Manager will seat the patron with the next number. At that time, patrons will be allowed into the theatre in order of Stand-By purchase (on your numbered card) to fill in any open seat.
Please note that late-arriving patrons who hold a ticket to that seat have the right to claim their assigned seat at intermission. If this happens, a Stand-By patron may fill in a separate open seat. If all seats are taken, the Stand-By patron may either watch the remainder of the performance on the screen in the lobby or contact the House Manager for an immediate refund. Stand-By tickets are sold at the discretion of the House Manager.