12th Ave Arts

July performances of Orpheus Descending are located at 12th Ave Arts on Capitol Hill, at 1620 12th Ave. There is no public garage at 12th Ave Arts, but there are many surface lots in the neighborhood.  The cheapest parking is at Seattle Central College on Harvard Ave, which is four blocks to the west. Parking is $5 and more information can be found here.

Parking

The City of Seattle provides an interactive map of parking lots, rates, and hours here. We’ve also included a static version below.

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Public Transportation

12th Ave Arts is served by numerous bus routes with frequent connections to downtown and several neighborhoods. The best way to plan your bus trip to 12th Ave Arts is to use Metro’s automated Trip Planner. Simply enter your trip’s origin, indicate your destination as Intiman Theatre and your travel time and you’ll receive, on-screen, a detailed itinerary telling you what bus to take, where to catch it, where and how to transfer and how much it will cost –check it out!

Driving Directions

  • Nothbound I-5: Take the Madison St exit and turn right to head east on Madison St. Turn left on 12th Avenue and the theatre will be on your right after you cross E Pine St.
  • Southbound I-5: Take the Denny Way exit and turn left to head east on Denny Way. Turn left on E Olive Way then continue across Broadway onto E John St. Then turn right on 12th Avenue and the theatre will be on your left before you reach E Pine St.
  • Northbound Hwy 99:Take the Seneca St exit; turn right on 1st Ave, then left on Marion St. Turn left on 6th Avenue, then an immediate right onto Madison St. Turn left on 12th Avenue and the theatre will be on your right after you cross E Pine St.
  • Southbound Hwy 99: Take the Denny Way exit and turn left to head east on Denny Way. Turn left on E Olive Way then continue across Broadway onto E John St. Then turn right on 12th Avenue and the theatre will be on your left before you reach E Pine St.

Click here for traffic alerts from the Washington State Department of Transportation.

Accessibility Awareness

12th Ave Arts is fully accessible for patrons with mobility concerns. The lobby, bathrooms and seating are all at street level. There are also a mix of 3 minute and 30 minute load/unload spots on the street directly in front of 12th Ave Arts, making dropoff and pickup always available right outside the front doors.

The Cornish Playhouse

Intiman Theatre

August and September performances are located at the Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center (formerly the Intiman Playhouse) at 201 Mercer Street on the northwest corner of Seattle Center campus. The Theatre is between the Pacific Northwest Ballet and the Seattle Repertory Theatre at the 2nd Avenue North and Mercer Street entrance to Seattle Center. The Ticket Office and lobby entrance is in the fountain courtyard on the north side of the building.

Intiman Theatre
201 Mercer St
Seattle, WA 98109

Public Transportation

Intiman Theatre and Seattle Center are served by numerous bus routes with frequent connections to downtown and several neighborhoods. The best way to plan your bus trip to Intiman is to use Metro’s automated Trip Planner. Simply enter your trip’s origin, indicate your destination as Intiman Theatre and your travel time and you’ll receive, on-screen, a detailed itinerary telling you what bus to take, where to catch it, where and how to transfer and how much it will cost –check it out!

Monorail

The Monorail is a quick and easy way to get to Intiman Theatre if you’re coming from downtown Seattle. The Monorail departs every 10 minutes from Westlake Center Mall (at Fifth and Pine Street) and brings you to the station at Seattle Center (across from the Space Needle). Each trip takes two minutes to cover the 1 mile route. The train can carry up to 200 passengers per trip.

Round-trip fares are $4.50 for adults, $2.00 for youth ages 5-12, $2.00 for senior 65+, disabled, and persons with Medicare cards. One-way fares are 1/2 of the round-trip price. Children 4 and under are FREE.

Click here for the Seattle Monorail’s official website.

Intiman Stage

Driving Directions

  • Northbound or Southbound I-5:Take the Mercer Street exit and follow the signs to Seattle Center. Turn right on 5th Avenue and then left on Roy Street. Then turn left on 2nd Avenue and left on Mercer Street.
  • Northbound Hwy 99:Take the Western Avenue exit; turn right on Wall Street, then left on 1st Avenue, then right on 1st Ave North. Turn right on Mercer Street.
  • Southbound Hwy 99:Take the Seattle Center exit, turn left on 5th Avenue, right on Roy Street and then turn left on 2nd Avenue and left on Mercer Street.

Click here for traffic alerts from the Washington State Department of Transportation.

Please note that the Mercer Street construction project will continue through this summer. Updates on traffic related to this project are available at the Seattle DOT Website.

Parking

Street Parking

The City of Seattle has created residential parking zones in the Queen Anne neighborhood. Please read all parking signs carefully as many of the streets in the lower Queen Anne area are zoned for limited duration parking or for “No Parking after 8pm.”

Click here for a Seattle Center parking information.

Accessible Parking Enhancement

Seattle Center is working to increase accessible parking options on the campus – with a larger variety of parking spaces in several strategic locations. Please see the most recent online map for routes and parking options.

  • Theater Commons On-Site: Six accessible spaces and one accessible drop-off area are located at the Theater Commons at the north end of the site within easy reach of the theaters to accommodate patrons.
  • Loading & Drop-off: The loading/drop-off area along Mercer St. between Intiman Theatre and the Phelps Center will continue to accommodate patrons.
  • Garage Parking: 48 accessible parking spaces are located in Mercer Garage on Level C (Skybridge Level). 24 accessible spaces (8 for vans) in the new 5th Ave N Garage also serve the campus core.
  • Street Parking: Four on-street parking spaces on the east side of Warren Ave. N. just south of Mercer St. are designated for exclusive 24 hour use by those with Washington State disabled placards. The spaces offer convenience for both theater patrons and visitors to the campus.
  • On-Campus Lot Parking: Recent improvements to the School District parking lot off 5th Avenue North include new accessible pay stations and a total of six accessible spaces (five for vans) near the Harrison St. entry to the Seattle Center campus.
  • On-Campus Lot Parking: Recent improvements to the School District parking lot off 5th Avenue North include new accessible pay stations and a total of six accessible spaces (five for vans) near the Harrison St. entry to the Seattle Center campus.
Accessibility Awareness and Directional Signage
  • New Theater District and campus access improvements will help visitors and theater patrons navigate their way to and through the campus.
  • Simplified accessible route signage along Mercer
  • ADA ramp improvements
  • Crosswalk and pocket park enhancements on 2nd Avenue North.