Built in 1927 as a place for bathers on the shore of popular Green Lake, The Bathhouse was converted by the City of Seattle into a small theater in 1970. The Bathhouse Theater’s 165-seat capacity has been home to varied theater performances, first as a Seattle Parks and Recreation program and then as the home of Seattle Public Theater starting in 2000.

  • Primary Form of Entity: Governmental, Nonprofit
  • Primary Artistic Discipline: Theatre
  • Primary Areas of Activity: Producer, Presenter, Venue/Facility


Submissions from 2020


Seattle’s Bathhouse Arts Spaces: Spectrum Dance, Seattle Public Theater, and Seward Park Clay Studio, Cristin Miller