Premium Access Pass
Support bold theatre in Seattle
Join us for a year of bold theatre driven by the community including a wild family comedy, a new musical, one incredible training program — and more!
From May 30 – October 1, Intiman and partner organizations will make it possible for you to experience over two dozen diverse stories live and on stage with a 2017 Premium Access Pass. If you buy a Pass now, you will have priority access to all of our mainstage productions. Your pass will provide many benefits and bonuses as you make your way through a year that includes two mainstage productions, the Emerging Artist Showcase, readings, special events and more. Your purchase also helps Intiman Theatre continue to create relevant and diverse productions for Seattle. Thank you!
Bring a friend! You get two tickets — one for you and one to share — for each of our productions.
This package has a value of over $200
and we are offering it to you for $100
Passes are available for a limited time. Get yours today!
Your Pass Benefits
2017 Pass Lineup
MAY 24–JUNE 25
BARBECUE by Robert O’Hara, a mainstage production
|BARBECUE is a raucous and fearless take on the classic American family story in a way not seen before onstage. This provocative comedy pushes boundaries and centers on The O’Mallerys as they stage an open air intervention for drug-addicted sister Barbara in their local park. With the whiskey flowing, family dysfunction, stereotypes and racial politics collide as the play poses the question: Is family worse than addiction? LEARN MORE.|
September 5–October 1
DRAGON LADY by Sara Porkalob, a mainstage production
|DRAGON LADY portrays family members from three generations in this hysterical, moving and brand new musical based on characters that Porkalob has been developing for years. Featuring a live band, an intimate theatre setting, and a plot that includes gangsters, murders and more, this timely musical explores what it means to come to America. LEARN MORE.|
Emerging Artist Showcase
| When you purchase a Pass you are also helping to diversify the theatre industry and creating opportunities for upcoming artists through our Emerging Artist Program. This year’s Showcase Production will feature solo performances by our Emerging Artists, with leadership and guidance from Co-Curator Sara Porkalob.
— A unique stage for each play —
This year you will also have the opportunity to experience our mainstage plays in two different venues that have strong historical roots in the community — the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, in partnership with the Office of Arts & Culture, and the Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse at The University of Washington. These two institutions are incubators for their respective communities and provide space for dialogue.
Single tickets go on sale May 1.