Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse

Originally a storehouse and remodeled into a theater in 1930, the Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse (originally called the Seattle Repertory Playhouse), was the very first state-sponsored theater in the nation and was home to WPA projects and the Negro Federal Theater Projects.  It has a thrust stage and seats 210.


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Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse 
Capacity: 183 seats

Venue Directions
Exit east onto N.E. 45th Street. Proceed to 15th Avenue N.E. Turn right at 15th Avenue N.E. and proceed to N.E. 41st Street. Turn right on N.E. 41st Street. The theater is located on the left.
Highway 520
Exit north onto Montlake Boulevard N.E. Turn left onto N.E. Pacific Street. Turn right and head north on University Way NE. Turn left on N.E. 41st Street. The theater is located on the left.
Parking Information
Limited, underground parking is available in the Central Plaza Parking Garage located underneath Meany Hall. Evening parking in the Central Parking Garage is $10.00 on Monday through Friday nights. Parking is generally free on weekends after noon, with some exceptions for UW events. You are encouraged to arrive 30 minutes prior to the performance.
4045 University Way NE
Seattle, WA