Our rescheduled in-person performance will be performed:
July 22 – August 7, 2022
The Alhadeff Studio Theatre
at Seattle Center
Those who had purchased Beowulf tickets, either as part of a subscription or a single ticket, prior to our postponement of the January/February production, should receive an email with a link to a short form to fill out letting us know whether you’d like to reschedule, donate the cost of the ticket, or receive a refund. Beowulf ticket holders (prior to the postponement) who wish to reschedule have until April 1 to respond to guarantee a seat.
Remember, those who held Beowulf tickets prior to the postponement also receive free access to the digital version of the show, whether they choose to reschedule, donate, or refund. The link and password for this will be emailed to you on Feb. 10. You will have until Feb. 27 to watch the performance.
Beginning April 1, those who did not hold tickets to the in-person performances of Beowulf prior to the postponement will be able to purchase tickets, as available.
Tickets for the video are available to purchase now, click the orange button to buy your ticket.
The video on demand of Beowulf will be available for viewing from February 10-27, 2022.
Tickets for the video are available now!
Dear Book-It Supporters,
Your health and safety—and that of all our artists, artisans, volunteers, and staff—is of the utmost importance to us. With that in mind, and in light of the rapidly growing case rates of Covid-19 in our region and the guidance from King County Public Health, we have made the difficult decision to postpone our January/February production of Julian Glover’s Beowulf.
At this time, we are planning to present streaming performances in place of our original run, as well as moving in-person performances to the summer months. We are working out the further details, but we felt it important to let you know as soon as possible the steps we are taking. We do foresee this as a postponement and not an outright cancellation. As soon as we have new dates lined up, we will let you know!
Subscriber and single ticket buyers, we will be reaching out to you in the coming days to discuss options on rescheduling or refunding.
This is a painful decision we’ve had to make, and we are heartbroken to have to wait to see you all back in person again. However, we hope you understand our desire to keep you and our team safe as this current wave rolls over our region. Your patience and support is greatly appreciated!
Please, don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions you might have.
Thank you for your continued support of the arts and Book-It! We’ll talk with you soon.
Gus Menary Kayti Barnett-O’Brien
Artistic Director Managing Director