Where are the ADA-compliant parking spots and entrances to your theatre? Is your theatre accessible?
Our building is designed to be accessible. This includes accessible restrooms and ADA seating. ADA-compliant parking spots and an accessible entrance is located on the south side of the building, approachable via Olive St. Accessible parking is located just west of Martha’s Vineyard at 219 E. Olive St.

Is your theatre accessible by public transit?
Yes! Our building is just two doors west from the Olive St. & Boonville Ave. bus stop.

Are there special effects like strobe lights, haze, smoke, or loud noises?
It’s possible, and we try and provide as much notice as we can if these effects will be used. Information about possible sensitivities will be included in your pre-show information email, on the show page for each production, and will be listed on signs outside of the theatre. If you have specific questions or concerns about a performance, don’t hesitate to contact us. We are more than happy to answer any questions you have about the show and possible sensitivities.

Do you offer any accommodations for deaf patrons and people with hearing difficulties?
Assistive Listening Devices are available for patrons who need additional amplification. Please contact us or speak with a Front of House attendant prior to curtain to obtain a device.

Additionally, each sensory-friendly performance in our season is interpreted in American Sign Language. Please see information on specific shows for scheduled ASL interpreted performances (Look for “sensory-friendly performance” on the show calendar). We strongly recommend that when purchasing tickets, you identify that you will be utilizing ASL interpretation in order to be seated accordingly.

Do you offer any accommodations for blind patrons and people with limited vision?
Our team is happy to help you find the best seats for your needs. Contact us for assistance.

Where is the ADA-compliant accessible seating located in your theatre?
ADA-compliant seating for wheelchairs is available as required. If you would like to request wheelchair-friendly seating, please contact us.

Do you offer sensory-friendly performances?
One sensory-friendly performance is scheduled for Tick, Tick… Boom! and Next to Normal. Please see information on specific shows for scheduled sensory-friendly performances (Look for “sensory-friendly performance” on the show calendar).

We also have sensory kits available for checkout during performances at check-in. Sensory kits include noise-cancelling headsets, sunglasses, a weighted blanket, and fidget toys. These items are designed to help provide sensory regulation for those affected by the sights and sounds of live theatre. Sensory kits are provided free of charge.

For more information about ADA and sensory-friendly accommodations, please contact us at

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