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Intiman Theatre wrestles with American inequities.

We relish our role(s) as artists, activists, community organizers, and #lovers of good stories. That's why everything we do (from the plays we produce, to the programs that we run) is aimed at inciting ARTIVISM (art + activism) in our community.


In 2018, Intiman’s work will be:

We’re asking the questions:
How do we define our democratic principles in our country’s current political climate? How do we talk about who we are without getting entrenched? And, how do we find compassion and understanding without diminishing the opposition’s humanity?

Our 2018 season will include:

(1) HIR by Taylor Mac (co-produced with ArtsWest), Feb 28-Mar 25; in which an American family clashes after a prodigal son returns home from the war
WILD HORSES by Allison Gregory, May 1-May 31; a woman’s coming-of-age story about an adolescent summer experience that alters her life
The Intiman Emerging Artist Program and Showcase, Jul 2-Aug 12; a no-cost, professional training program for 20 local early-career artists
NATIVE GARDENS by Karen Zacarias (and directed by 2018 Co-Curator KJ Sanchez)
, Sept 7-Sept 30; a hot-button comedy about two neighboring families in Washington, D.C. who clash about an impending barbecue, exposing notions of race, class, and privilege
(5) Technical Theatre Training Initiative, Mar 1-April 30; a program in its second year providing technical theatre training to approximately 50 high school students in South Seattle, in partnership with IATSE



We don’t have all the answers, and we can’t do this work alone.

We rely on our community to guide our work,
and we
ll need YOU to take action alongside us.

Visit our website for more info!