UHeights Theatre Alliance

Steadily increasing rental rates throughout Seattle have limited performance and rehearsal options for the artists responsible for making Seattle such a vibrant city. In 2019, UHeights partnered with over a dozen local theatrical groups to provide them affordable space in exchange for performances and workshops that are open to the community.

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Broadway Bound Children’s Theatre transforms the lives of children, ages 5 – 18 through active participation in theatre arts combining a fun and supportive atmosphere with professional standards. Children of all skill levels and backgrounds are challenged and supported while developing their mental, physical, emotional, social and creative potential through the joy and discipline of live theatre.


Jet City Improv offers hilarious improv shows, improv classes, original shows, corporate improv classes, and outreach work based out of a bright yellow theater in Seattle’s University District.

Jet City Improv was founded in 1992 by Andrew McMasters and Mike Christensen as Seattle’s own improvised comedy show: more games, more comedy, no points or rules. 

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Trial and Error was founded in 2013 to present inclusive and thought-provoking productions for a wide range of audiences. We are committed to supporting artists of the Puget Sound region and beyond in getting their work out into the world.

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Founded in 2010, eSe Teatro honors self-definition and inclusion, striving to represent all the colors in the “rainbow of brown” of our Latinidad. Our affiliated artists range from immigrants to U.S. born, Spanish-speaking, and non-Spanish-speaking, representing cultures and heritages from all over The Americas and Caribbean.

Our mission is to empower local Latino artists to create, produce and promote professional theater in English, Spanish, bilingual and Spanglish.; and to provide a voice for Latino artists as well as Latino communities by sharing culturally and socially relevant stories through our innovative programming, workshops, and initiatives.

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Noveltease Theatre produces contemporary burlesque plays, using text, dance and burlesque to embody literature and create community around storytelling.



Filament: A Collab Lab is a lab theatre company that was co-founded by three multi-disciplinary artists in October 2016. Brittany Allyson, Nathan Brockett, and Sophia Franzella wanted to make a platform for artists to play, explore, and experiment without fear of "failure". Since its inception, Filament has retained the belief that collaboration and play (not money) are the most important aspects of creation. Making professional theatre accessible to ALL people is Filament's major purpose: to illuminate all lives with art regardless of income.


Whether theater is your life, or you try and squeeze it in where possible, Penguin works hard to make space for you. A space where thorny questions are a source of joy. Together, we build hope - celebrating, discovering, and creating work being done towards a shared vision of justice and joy.

We redefine and revitalize community theater. Making theater is hard. Collaborative storytelling is complex. Penguin Productions celebrates this complexity. We center stories that fuel our future with hope, resilience, interconnection, and joy.

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Infinity Box Theatre Project uses theater to ask questions about the human consequences of science and technology. Through quality storytelling, we explore the humanity of science, and our post-play conversations invite people to talk together about how science and technology will affect their future.

Our vision is a world where everyone has both the right and opportunity to engage in fruitful discussions about changes in science and technology, and participates in decisions about where these changes will take us.


Pork Filled Productions is the theater offshoot of the long-running sketch comedy group, The Pork Filled Players. PFP is the oldest Asian American drama group in the Pacific Northwest and is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of Asian American theatre by tackling non-traditional subject matters for Asian American theatre, ranging from sketch comedy to steampunk to supernatural romantic comedies to kung fu Shakespeare zombies.