All the joy. All the drama. All Seattle. All ACT.

Packages start at $184 for all 5 shows – plus no order fees for a limited time!

September 7 – 22, 2024 | Falls Theatre

POTUS

Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive

By Selina Fillinger
Directed by Jillian Armenante

The comedic sensation comes to Seattle and delivers a riotous punch as it unveils the story of seven extraordinary women tasked with managing the antics of the most powerful man in the world. Fueled by Selina Fillinger’s sharp wit and biting satire, this Tony-nominated play offers an unforgettable tribute to the unsung heroes behind the political curtain.  

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October 12 – 27, 2024 | Allen Theatre

Mrs. Loman is Leaving

By Katie Forgette
Directed by Julie Beckman

Beloved Seattle playwright Katie Forgette returns to ACT with this world premiere! This delightful backstage comedy unfolds on the opening night of the Teacup Theatre’s production of Death of a Salesman where two actors find themselves grappling with more than just their roles. The stage becomes a platform for hilarious and thought-provoking exploration of the human experience. 

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February 8 – March 16, 2025 | Allen Theatre
A Co-Production with The 5th Avenue Theatre

The Last Five Years

Written & Composed by Jason Robert Brown
Directed by Bill Berry

The winner of two Drama Desk Awards, this modern musical takes a devastatingly honest look at Cathy and Jamie and their journey of falling in and out of love over five years. Jason Robert Brown’s cult favorite is a raw and intimate window into two perspectives of one relationship and an unforgettable chronicle through the joy and ache of love. 

Originally produced for the New York Stage by Arielle Tepper and Marty Bell. Originally produced by Northlight Theatre (Chicago, IL).

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April 26 – May 11, 2025 | Falls Theatre

Golden

By Andrew Lee Creech
Directed by Tyrone Phillips

Morris Golden reaches for answers as a mysterious change machine in his laundromat becomes an unexpected source of hope. From the mind of celebrated Seattle writer Andrew Lee Creech comes a riveting world premiere that peels back the layers of lives and relationships, revealing the profound impact of their choices and the enduring power of hope in the face of adversity.   

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June 7 – 22, 2025 | Allen Theatre

An Enemy of the People

By Henrik Ibsen
Directed by John Langs

Henrik Ibsen’s timeless classic takes us deep into the entangled web of truth and power within a community -a world where integrity clashes with civil expectations. Written over 120 years ago, this play is a relevant demonstration of how the struggle between individual conscience and societal pressures continues to resonate.    

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All the joy. All the drama. All Seattle. All ACT.

September 7 – 22, 2024

POTUS

Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive

By Selina Fillinger
Directed by Jillian Armenante

The comedic sensation comes to Seattle and delivers a riotous punch as it unveils the story of seven extraordinary women tasked with managing the antics of the most powerful man in world. Fueled by Selina Fillinger’s sharp wit and biting satire, this Tony nominated play offers an unforgettable tribute to the unsung heroes behind the political curtain.  

subscribe today!

October 12 – 27, 2024

Mrs. Loman is Leaving

By Katie Forgette
Directed by Julie Beckman

Beloved Seattle playwright Katie Forgette returns to ACT with this world premiere! This delightful backstage comedy unfolds on the opening night of the Teacup Theatre’s production of Death of a Salesman where two actors find themselves grappling with more than just their roles. The stage becomes a platform for hilarious and thought-provoking exploration of the human experience. 

subscribe today!

February 8 – March 16, 2025

The Last Five Years

Written & Composed by Jason Robert Brown
Directed by Bill Berry
A Co-Production with The 5th Avenue Theatre

The winner of two Drama Desk Awards, this modern musical takes a devastatingly honest look at Cathy and Jamie and their journey of falling in and out of love over five years. Jason Robert Brown’s cult favorite is a raw and intimate window into two perspectives of one relationship and an unforgettable chronicle through the joy and ache of love. 

Originally produced for the New York Stage by Arielle Tepper and Marty Bell. Originally produced by Northlight Theatre (Chicago, IL).

subscribe today!

April 26 – May 11, 2025

Golden

By Andrew Lee Creech
Directed by Tyrone Phillips

Morris Golden reaches for answers as a mysterious change machine in his laundromat becomes an unexpected source of hope. From the mind of celebrated Seattle writer Andrew Lee Creech comes a riveting world premiere that peels back the layers of lives and relationships, revealing the profound impact of their choices and the enduring power of hope in the face of adversity.   

subscribe today!

June 7 – 22, 2025

An Enemy of the People

By Henrik Ibsen
Directed by John Langs

Henrik Ibsen’s timeless classic takes us deep into the entangled web of truth and power within a community -a world where integrity clashes with civil expectations. Written over 120 years ago, this play is a relevant demonstration of how the struggle between individual conscience and societal pressures continues to resonate.    

subscribe today!

Packages start at $184 for all 5 shows – plus no order fees for a limited time!

Additional 2024/25 Shows

New Works Northwest

October 30-November 3, 2024 

Following the sold-out success of the inaugural festival, New Works Northwest returns for its second year adding an additional event – Monologue Night – and featuring local writers: Amontaine Aurore, Yussef El Guindi, Naghmeh Samini, Gloria Majule, and Holly Arsenault. Full line-up and ticket on-sale to be announced late summer. 

A Christmas Carol

By Charles Dickens
Adapted by Gregory Falls

November 29-December 27, 2024

The Seattle favorite returns for its 49th year! Tickets on sale in July!

The Dina Martina Christmas Show

With Musical Director Chris Jeffries

December 6-24, 2024

The most hilarious holiday tradition comes back to ACT better than ever! Tickets on sale in July!

Theatre and Season Partners

Katharyn Alvord Gerlich