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Three Productions. Three Weeks. One Venue.
Seattle Experimental Theater’s SETember 2015

PERFORMANCES AND DATES

LOCATION
Theatre Off Jackson
409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104

TICKETS
Tickets are $15 online at www.brownpapertickets.com, or $18 at the door.

Buy Tickets: The Doctor Buy Tickets: Where No Man Has Gone Before Buy Tickets: The Wolf and the Witch

SETember 4th of July Ticket Sale!

4th of July SALE!

SET is ready to celebrate the long holiday weekend with a very special SALE on tickets for our upcoming September performances!

From July 3 through July 5:

  1. Choose ANY performance of The Doctor, The Wolf and the Witch, or Where No Man Has Gone Before from BrownPaperTickets.com.
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  3. Save up to 45% on your ticket order!

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  • Code JULY4TH gets you 2 for $25 (30% off door prices)
  • Code INDEPENDENCE gets you 4 for $40 (45% off door prices)

Use these codes for as many tickets and performances as you like – a great excuse to try a new show or to guarantee your seats at your favorites!

Buy Tickets: The Doctor Buy Tickets: Where No Man Has Gone Before Buy Tickets: The Wolf and the Witch

One discount code order cannot be split across multiple performances; please make separate transactions. No per person limits. Discounts are calculated based on prices charged at the door.

Join Us For a SETember to Remember

Download the press release here: PressRelease_SETember2015.doc

Three Productions. Three Weeks. One Venue.

Seattle Experimental Theater’s SETember 2015

When:
September 3 – 19,
Thursdays & Fridays at 8PM
Saturdays at 2PM and 8PM

Where:
Theatre Off Jackson
409 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104

Tickets:
Tickets are $15 online at www.brownpapertickets.com, or $18 at the door.

Buy tickets now!

The Doctor // September 3, 4, and 5 at 8PM
The Wolf and the Witch // September 5, 12, and 19 at 2PM
Where No Man Has Gone Before // September 10-12 and 17-19 at 8PM

SEATTLE, WA – Join us for a SETember to remember.

Seattle Experimental Theater is proud to announce SETember 2015: a mini theater festival that showcases SET’s most popular productions at Theater Off Jackson in Seattle’s International District. SETember begins on Labor Day Weekend and runs through September 21st, 2015.

Since 2011, Seattle Experimental Theater has been bringing groundbreaking improvised theater to the Seattle area. Thousands of audience members over the years have smiled with us, laughed with us, and even cried with us. In addition to these numerous Seattle-area productions over the last 4 years, SET shows have been featured at events including Emerald City Comiccon, the Seattle Festival of Improv Theater, and the Hawaii Improv Festival. Now, for the first time, audiences can see multiple SET productions in the span of a single month at a fantastic venue.

In the evenings, SET will showcase their flagship, smash hit improvised sci-fi shows, Where No Man Has Gone Before and The Doctor. On Saturday afternoons, SET brings back last year’s original The Wolf and the Witch, a series of improvised fairy tales for kids and kids at heart of all ages. See your old favorite or discover a new favorite during SETember.

SETember is produced in association with Theatre Off Jackson.

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2016 Production Submissions Now Open!

Seattle Experimental Theater is pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions for our 2016 season. We are seeking submissions from experienced directors for both scripted and improvised productions.

Submission Instructions

All proposals begin with an email submission using this proposal form:
SET Proposal Form [DOC]

Once completed, email the form – along with your theatrical/directorial resume, and the script if relevant – to us at SeattleExperimental@gmail.com.

  • Submissions will be accepted until 12:01 AM on June 1, 2015.
  • Each submission will be reviewed by Seattle Experimental Theater staff.
  • We will contact you if your proposal is selected for further consideration.
  • The next step for selected proposals will be an interview in person or by phone.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. When will the shows be produced? We are still finalizing our bookings for 2016, and expect that some of our choices will be influenced by the results of this search. However, SET has traditionally produced shows in January, May, and September/October, with occasional shows at other points within the year.
  2. Where will the shows be produced? One of the benefits of being an independent theatre company is that we have the flexibility to pursue the right venues for each production. While our 2016 schedule is not finalized, our most successful venues have included Theatre Off Jackson, the Ballard Underground, the Jewel Box Theatre, and occasionally the Pocket Theatre.
  3. Are directors or writers compensated?SET believes strongly in compensating artists for their work, and to that end each show compensates participants with a percentage of profits, with the percentage varying depending on each show’s number of participants and other factors.

About Seattle Experimental Theater

SET will celebrate the fourth anniversary of our debut production in June 2015. SET has been producing hit improvised plays since their inception, with a broad repetoire including “Where No Man Has Gone Before”, “The Doctor”, “The Wolf and the Witch”, “Wedding Horror Stories”, and “The Journal”. Their shows have appeared at myriad venues in Seattle, including Theatre Off Jackson, The Ballard Underground, The Jewel Box, Eclectic Theater, Redmond Acts Out! and the Emerald City ComicCon. SET has also hosted staged readings including “Two Gentleman of Lebowski” and continues to seek groundbreaking ideas, both improvised and scripted, for future development.

Valentine’s Day Card 2015

Lines too long at the drugstore? Run this through your replicator (or “printer” if you prefer) and express your love like James T. Kirk might – at the last minute, and in direct violation of Starfleet regulations.

Happy Valentine’s Day from all of us!

Let's Violate the Prime Directive Together! (Printable on 4x6 paper or larger.)

Let’s Violate the Prime Directive Together! (Printable on 4×6 paper or larger.)