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Join us for the 2015, our 50th Anniversary Season!
Subscription is your pre-paid Mainstage play package with guaranteed seats

Our traditional subscription plan for our Six-play Mainstage season. Choose the plays and series you want, and receive...

  • guaranteed best seats in the house for every play selected
  • freedom to choose the series of dates you prefer, and lock your seats in for the season
  • free ticket exchanges and replacement tickets
  • discounted parking: $6 to $9 
  • $10 off extra tickets to Mainstage plays

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Be sure to login to our Subscribers Only page, and take advantage of all your subscriber benefits, including ticket exchanges, and special pricing. Need to renew a special priced subscription? Just call the Ticket Office at (206) 292-7676. 

 

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Seats & Series

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Plays

Jacques Brel is Alive and Well
March 7 - May 17
The poignant, passionate, and profound songs of Jacques Brel are brought to vivid theatrical life in this intense musical experience.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
April 17 - May 17
A look back to ACT's inaugural season in 1965 when Seattle audiences got to see the play performed by the city's first summer stock company.
Threesome
June 5 - June 28
Award-winning local playwright Yussef El Guindi returns to ACT with a play that weaves issues ripped from world headlines into an intimate and personal story.
Hold These Truths
July 17 - August 16
Jeanne Sakata's one-man show inspired by the true story of University of Washington student and first generation Japanese-American Gordon Hirabayashi.
Travesties
September 11 - October 11
A throwback to ACT’s history in 1977. Humorous complications spring from misunderstandings and mistaken identity when three important revolutionary figures meet in a fictional setting.
Mr Burns, a Post-Electric Play
October 16 - November 15
Hailed by the New York Times as one of the Top Ten Plays of 2013 and “downright brilliant,” Mr. Burns is a post-apocalyptic tale when survivors must begin again and bond together to create a new society.

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Parking Passes
Evening subscribers can buy parking passes for $6 each, for use at the Convention Center Garage. Parking passes are for a single night, so be sure to get pass(es) for each show you plan on attending.
 
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