To enrich, inspire, challenge and expand our world through the arts.
To make diverse dance, music, film, theatre and arts education an integral part of our rich cultural identity while keeping Seattle's historic Paramount and Moore Theatres alive and vibrant.
Stewards of historic theatres and legendary performances
Catalysts for community relationships and alliances
Passion for diverse performing arts and our audiences
Very beautiful interior. Some of the far back seats aren't the best. When I saw Modest Mouse here, the sound really wasn't that great. Has a good amount of stage and audience space though. When the chairs are taken out, the GA floor is a nice atmosphere. The pit during Mastodon's set was amazing.
Charming classic style theatre with red velvet seats. The view is decent if you are sitting on the bottom. Views from the balcony can be lack luster unless you are at the very front row. Expect long lines for the bathroom and concessions during intermissions. If you are here on a weekend to see a show, you can park nearby at the Pacific Place theatre.
Fantastic shows! We always have a wonderful time here. The staff is helpful and the theater itself is beautiful. Long bathroom lines, but they usually move quickly, and staff is always on hand to help keep the queues organized and moving efficiently.
Classic charm, very good sound system,every seat is good enough for viewing, but not comfy, little leg room, not quite sardine style, but close. Great ushers. Great shows. Food options are good but few. Drinks are a good try. Way better venue than the 5th Avenue Theater
This is a really neat historical theater in Seattle. We want here for Alton Brown's eat your science show and it was a lot of fun. The venue itself is very early 1900's grandiose.