Evan Barrett (Isaac), Charles Leggett (Arnold), and Gretchen Krich (Paige). Photo by John McLellan.

February 28 – March 25

By Taylor Mac

Co-produced with Intiman Theatre

Directed by Jennifer Zeyl


*Note: Hir features the use of strong language, violent content, loud noises and pulsating lights.

Runtime is approximately 2 hours 10 minutes with a 15 minute intermission.


Tuesday, April 3 | 7:30pm | FREE

Join us on Tuesday, April 3 at 7:30pm for a free FIRST LOOK at AN OCTOROON. Featuring discussions with the director and members of the cast & creative team, ArtsWest Artistic Director Mathew Wright will take you behind the scenes of this genre-defying Seattle premiere.

Admission is free, but seating is limited.


On sale now for a limited time!

During the 2017-18 I am Season, you’ve seen more diverse stories and Seattle premieres than ever before on the ArtsWest stage – as we approach the end, there’s a new beginning just around the corner.

You’re going to love what’s coming up – but we’ve got to keep it secret for a little longer.

Right now, you can get it on next Season’s adventure at this year’s value – these prices won’t last long, so sign up today!


From the Blog

Interview with Pete Rush, Costume Designer for HIR

February 15th, 2018

Costume Designer Pete Rush has worked for years in Seattle, including at ArtsWest, most recently for last Season’s Mothers and Sons. He spoke with us about working on Taylor Mac’s Hir, co-produced with Intiman Theatre, playing at ArtsWest from February 28 – March 25. Learn more here. Photo credit: Darryl Heard. What challenges and

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