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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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Theatre Alliance Members

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Empowering local Latinx artists to create, produce and promote professional theater in English, Spanish, bilingual and Spanglish. Providing a voice for Latinx artists as well as Latinx communities by sharing culturally and socially relevant stories through our innovative programming, workshops, and initiatives.


We honor self-definition and inclusion, striving to represent all the colors in the “rainbow of brown” of our Latinidad.

Established in 2016, Filament: A Collab Lab is a site-specific lab theatre company based in Seattle, known for creating pop-up theatre productions that endow predestinarian spaces with theatricality.


Filament strives to illuminate truth and boldness through unconventional theatrical practices. A lab theatre, Filament experiments and challenges what “theatre” can be through devised works, workshops, and pop-up productions, always made accessible via Pay-What-You-Will admission.

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Infinity Box Theatre Project's mission is to build the future, one story at a time.  We believe that the future will be shaped by the stories we tell about it—and the ways we tell them—and that the most powerful stories are the stories we tell together. To this end, we strive to create a space where shared theatrical experiences lead to sustainable conversations about the impact of science and technology in our lives.

Penguin Productions unites youth leadership and adult mentorship to co-create theater and cultivate a healthy, equitable, and thriving future. We believe a healthy and equitable community begins with empowered, confident, thoughtful youth leaders. We work to make theater a more diverse and inclusive space and a powerful tool for social change through youth development and leadership, professional art and mentorship development, accessible programming, and cross-sector partnerships.


Pork Filled Productions is the oldest Asian American theatre in the Pacific Northwest. We specialize in original new works. We began as a sketch comedy group in 1998, added full length productions in 2007, refined our focus to genre fiction in 2012 and began a program of developing new plays by POC playwrights in 2017. At Pork Filled Productions, we produce and develop genre plays, promote Asian American and POC artists, and imagine fantastical, inclusive and FUN universes.

The Seagull Project uses the work of Anton Chekhov to challenge, refine and inspire the modern theater through intensive process, inventive productions, and international collaborations.

Theater of Possibility (TOP), since 2010, has served kids, teens and young adults facing unique challenges, particularly those with autism spectrum and other (dis)abilities, as well as those living in subsidized housing. TOP aims to create theater for a more just and inclusive world. Whether educational or professional in nature, TOP programs celebrate human potential.


Yun Theatre is a bicultural, experimental theatre company that challenges traditional norms and confronts social & political issues affecting marginalized communities. Their productions reflect the intersection of Chinese & American ideologies and aim to spark dialogue and contribute to positive change & social justice.

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