Thursday, September 15, 2016

Seattle Rep Accessibility Measures

Really nice accessibility statement and list of upcoming Audio  Described performances at the Seattle Rep

but this is RantWoman so there is also a quibble in the last line

Can anyone guest what it is?

Accessible Performances


A Raisin in the Sun

 October 22 at 2pm


King Charles III

 December 3 at 2pm


Woody Sez

 January 28 at 2pm



 March 4 at 2pm


Dates for accessible performances of Here Lies Love will be announced later in our season. Stay tuned!


Accessibility Services


Please contact our Patron Services Office at (206) 443-2222 or to reserve your ticket or if you have any further questions.


Seattle Repertory Theatre is committed to an inclusive experience for patrons of all abilities. The following complimentary services are available for every performance.


·       Large Print Programs are available at Coat Check for all SRT performances.

·       To request a Braille Program, please contact our Patron Services Managers at

·       Assistive listening devices are available at Coat Check for all SRT performances.  Utilize the Rep’s innovative Hearing Loop system, a wireless technology that transmits audio to cochlear implants and hearing aids with T-coils.

·       To request a Script Rental, please contact our Patron Services Managers at

·       Wheelchair Ticketing is available for all performances at the Rep. At the time of ticket purchase, please select seats marked with this symbol online ( ) or request these tickets from a Patron Services Specialist.

·       Alternative Seating Options including standing room options and black chairs (which can be easily moved and do not have arm rests) are available upon request for those patrons for whom this may be a more comfortable or accessible option. Please request this from a Patron Services Specialist.


The following accessibility services are only available for certain performances. Please contact the Patron Services Office or reference the enclosed calendar for details.


·       Audio Description brings the Rep experience to those who are blind or who have low vision. A trained describer narrates the nonverbal elements of a performance, including costumes, actions, and scenery. Headsets are available for rental at Coat Check.

·       American Sign Language Interpretation is provided for ASL-users who are deaf or hard of hearing. Special seating is reserved for patrons requesting this service to guarantee optimal viewing of the interpreters and the stage.

·       Open Captioning is a text display located to the side of the stage that scrolls the dialogue in synchronization with the performance. Special seating is reserved for patrons requesting this service to guarantee optimal viewing of the captioning screen and the stage.


If you have any special request not mentioned above (including and comment or concern related to accessibility), please contact us and let us know what we can do to enhance your Rep experience.


Are you a part of a service organization or a non-profit? Partnership discounts are available to certain community-based groups, including those with missions related to accessibility. Please contact our Group Sales Manager at for details.




·       How do I get more information?
Please contact our Patron Services Office at 206.443.2222 or with any further questions, or feel free to check in with our Front of House Managers when you visit.

·       How do I get tickets?
Tickets are available through our Patron Services Office and website.

·       How much are tickets?

Tickets start at $17 for some performances, and there is a wide range of prices relative to the time of your performance and seating location.

·       How do I get to the Seattle Rep?

Driving: We are located at the northwest corner of the Seattle Center Campus. There are ADA Placard parking spaces available for $15 in front of our lobby entrance and for free off Warren Avenue to our west.
Public Transit:
In addition to being near to the Monorail terminal, the Rep is located less than two blocks from many major King County Metro routes, including the following, which stop at or near the corner of 1st Ave, N, and Mercer Street:

            1, 2, 8, 13, 32, D

These routes stop four blocks to the east of the Rep, at or near the corner of 5th Ave, N, and Mercer Street:

            3, 4

Accessible Services: King County Metro provides additional options through its Access Transportation services. More information available through their customer service line: (206) 205-500 (TTY Relay: 711)

·       I have a service animal. Is that an issue?

Not at all! Service animals are welcome, though we do appreciate advance notice, to be certain that our house management team makes space for your service companion.

·       I’ve never been to the Seattle Rep. Will there be someone there to answer questions?
All our ushers, house management team, and patron services specialists are here to assist you through your Rep experience. Feel free to approach anyone with a silver name tag with questions, comments, or concerns.



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