One accessible spot in small parking lot approximately 35 feet of flat sidewalk to the entrance of the venue. There is also one accessible on-street parking spot across the street and a block south of the venue. The rest is free on-street parking. There is also a bus stop SE Powell & Milwaukee. The #19 bus.
For all general admission shows they make a call for anyone with ADA accommodation needs about 7-8 minutes prior to doors.
Please note it's an old movie theater, so the aisles between seats are long slopes.
There are two official ADA areas. One is in the back right if you are facing the stage. The other is a quarter of the way to the stage behind the sound board to the left of the stage. You can also sit in the front. It is an old movie house so sometimes they put folding chairs in the “mosh” area and some times it is open. Either way, they will remove a folding chair if you want to sit in a wheelchair in those first four rows or you can park in front of a folded up old movie theater style seat.
There is a balcony but there are stairs. The balcony can be cheaper for non GA shows.
It's a seated venue.
With prior arrangement sign interpreters are available. Limited number of individual amplification assistance devices available upon request. Complementary ear plugs available for all.
This restroom is restricted to key access on the orchestra level just behind one of their ADA rows.
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