A dinner theater, lounge, and music venue, The Tripe Door is unique in its concept and colorful history. The Mann building, which houses The Triple Door, was originally home to the Embassy Theatre, a vaudeville house that opened in 1926. By late 1920s, the theatre quickly transitioned to films as public tastes began to change, and it remained one of the premier film houses in Seattle for the next 30 years. However, the grand days of the Embassy came to an end in the early 1960s as it struggled to hold its own but managed to stay on as a blue movie and burlesque house until it closed for good in 1983.
Renovation began in 2002 with a simple idea - a music and dinner theater that carried on the spirit of the old Embassy, with state of the art sound and lighting technologies to maximize the opportunity to connect artists with their audience, creating an intimate yet thrilling musical experience like none other venues in Seattle. Since its opening in the fall of 2003, The Triple Door has received numerous awards and recognitions for the quality of the theater, lounge and performance.
Yachun designed the identity package when she was a senior designer at NBBJ.