Beloved & eccentric Seattle storytellers Scot Augustson, Kelleen Conway Blanchard, and Bret Fetzer combine for an evening of strange and delightful tales about animals—saints, sinners, and the moral spectrum in-between.
In-Person and Livestream Tickets available!
18th & Union Box Office
COVID-19 AND 18TH & UNION: THE REOPENING
UPDATED NOVEMBER 7, 2021
Since July 2021, 18th & Union has been welcoming limited in-person audiences back in to the space, while carefully and proactively following all public health and common sense guidelines. We’ve made improvements to the physical venue, acquired equipment to support live streaming over the internet, and set up health and safety protocols for artists, audience members and others who will access the space.
We're taking it carefully. Please note the following guidelines for joining us in-person at 18th & Union:
A new ventilation system was installed in the performance space to increase the safety and comfort of all artists and guests at 18th & Union. It’s quiet and effective, running at a CFM (cubic feet/minute) rate that will replace the air in the space about every 5 minutes.
We also have new air conditioning units in all areas of the space to provide a more comfortable environment for all.
Ready to Live Stream
Most of our performances are offered to limited in-person attendees, as well as livestream audiences. In this way, we hope to be able to accommodate multiple preferences for viewing, and to pivot quickly if public health recommendations change without warning.
As always at 18th & Union, tickets will be offered on a sliding scale to accommodate different budgets while also valuing the work of our partner artists.
As of August 2021:
2 for $10 Sundays: A TeenTix member may purchase a $5 ticket for themselves and another person of any age ($10 total) for Sunday shows at this venue. If there are multiple performances on a Sunday, it is at the venue's discretion to decide which performance is eligible for this deal. Always call ahead to plan for companion tickets.