Before You Arrive
The SCT lobby opens one hour before the show, and the Theatre opens for seating 30 minutes before the scheduled performance time. Late seating is at the discretion of the House Management Team. If for any reason we are not able to seat you after the show has started, you will be asked to wait with your party in the lobby until the Production Team gives clearance to enter. If you are late, please see a member of House Management who will assist you to your seats.
Finding Your Seat
SCT offers assigned seats for all of our public performances, which are selected at the time of purchase. Seat numbers can be found on the printed or digital ticket. Should you need assistance finding your seat, please see a member of our House Management team.
Finding Your Tickets
New in ‘22, SCT will offer digital e-tickets. If you choose print-at-home delivery, all tickets will be sent as a pdf via the email assigned to your account. When arriving at SCT, either pull up your ticket on your mobile device or print the tickets on your home printer ahead of time and present it at entry. The House Management team will scan you tickets, providing entry for your group. Tickets may still be delivered via regular mail or held at will call. If you wish to change your delivery method after purchase, please contact the ticket office at 206.441.3322 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Babes in Arms
Every human over 12 months requires a ticket. As a children’s theatre, SCT permits babes in arms during productions as long as there is not excessive disruption to the audience or performance. SCT offers a quiet room, with visibility to the stage, where caregivers can go when children need time away from the production. Quiet rooms are located at the back of the auditorium.
Food & Drink
Concessions are available for purchase before and during most performances, and must be consumed prior to entry into the theatre. Food and drink are not permitted in the theatres.
Cameras & Recording
In compliance with our Actors Equity Agreements, it is a federal offense to take pictures or record any part of the production. If you would like to share photos of the production, visit our social media channels where we share professional images. If you would like to take pictures with your family, please do so in our lobby area.