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STG Accessibility Statement
Seattle Theatre Group is committed to ensuring that its services are accessible to all people. We uphold the belief that every person has the right to live with dignity, equality, comfort, and independence.
STG Events & Tickets
A note about fees and ADA tickets: To best accommodate our patrons, we are happy to assist in phone sales through the box office for wheel chair accessible / ASL / OC / sensory-friendly seating. By purchasing directly through the box office, you can avoid the additional Ticketmaster fees. Points of contact can be found at the bottom of this page.
STG's Education & Community Engagement
STG’s Education & Community Engagement department serves over 56,000 Pacific Northwest residents each season. These programs uplift historically under-represented communities, and provide authentic opportunities to engage deeply with the artists and ideas of our times.
STG is committed to ensuring our Education & Community Engagement programs and events are accessible for anyone who wants to participate.
Learn more about all of the different Education & Community Engagement programs and events here.
Additionally, highlighted below are a couple of STG Education & Community Engagement programs that intersect in a specific way with accessibility work.
Sensory-Friendly & Inclusive Performances
Photo Credit: Christopher Nelson and Virginia Rodriguez
Sensory-friendly and inclusive performances are designed to provide a supportive and judgment-free environment for people affected by sensory processing challenges so they may enjoy the shared experience of live theatre.
Learn more about upcoming sensory-friendly or inclusive performances, and read about past programs and performances here.
Seating Maps & Virtual Tours
Community Advisory Groups
Community Advisory Groups provide a space for community members to share their feedback on ways we can improve our programs while offering them resources and opportunities to participate in curating events. As part of this program, STG works to connect with a group of community members who are neurodivergent and/or disabled to serve as our Accessibility Committee to further and deepen our accessibility work. More information coming soon!
Meet our Team
Our accessibility team is excited to connect with you!
Get to know more about us