Seattle Immersive Theatre

Seattle Immersive Theatre creates richly-detailed worlds and intimate, multi-sensory experiences for audiences to engage with and explore. Our unique events range from exclusive, one-night engagements all the way to full-scale theatrical productions staged in unconventional play spaces throughout Seattle.




Krampus Christmas - Seattle’s Newest Holiday Tradition
Opens December 1st

Seattle Immersive Theatre has a little something special all wrapped up for you this holiday season! Notable local playwright Kelleen Conway Blanchard and award-winning director Paul Thomas, together with the Seattle Immersive Theatre team, gift you this scary-merry holiday happening that will plunge you directly into the Christmas demon’s realm.

Krampus Christmas unfolds as a kind of carnival ride through your Christmas nightmares. Krampus, Jolly Saint Nick's devilish counterpart, punishes the naughty while you explore a world where you can peek through the walls, make your way through the Christmas present maze, and explore the eerily beautiful snowy wonderland. Krampus Christmas invites you to a darkly funny immersive experience of holiday justice, plunging you into a multi-sensory spectacle- if you dare.

With a terrifyingly jolly elf as your guide- you live the nightmare along with all of the other bad girls and boys. Ever wondered what happens if you’re on the naughty list? Get ready to find out.

Thanks to         Seattle Refined    and    KOMO News    for this spectacular   video   adventure through our dark holiday event. We're delighted to be featured on your show! 

Thanks to  Seattle Refined and KOMO News for this spectacular video adventure through our dark holiday event. We're delighted to be featured on your show! 

Things to consider:

  • Due to the nature of this performance, audience members who arrive late for their show time will not be admitted. If space allows, they will be moved to a later performance. We expect shows to sell out and we may not be able to accommodate late arrivals for another show on the day they purchased tickets; if the remainder of the shows on their ticketed day are sold out, we will have to reschedule them for another day.

  • Please plan accordingly for traffic and parking in Lower Queen Anne. Parking is available in pay lots and on the street near the theatre. We are located just 2 blocks north of Seattle Center and the Monorail.

  • The lounge is open 30 minutes before every performance so you can enjoy our holiday libations and get your picture taken with our very own despicably bad Santa.

  • Run time for each show is approximately 45 minutes and you will be standing or walking through the worlds we've created during most of that time.

  • This event is non-ADA- there will be some amount of crouching/crawling through mazes and narrow passageways. We apologize for the inconvenience.

  • People who have claustrophobia may have trouble navigating areas of the set.

  • We suggest that no audience members are under the age of 13 due to language, scary elements, and rude humor.