Near the University of Cincinnati, so no immediate parking. There is street parking along Vine and the surrounding streets, and there are two parking lots with a couple of accessible spaces close by that typically charge $10 on show days.
There are stairs to the balcony and main floor with no other way to access them. From the door to the mezzanine area where the ADA section is, there are no stairs.
There is a designated area that is roped off on the mezzanine area of the venue. This overlooks the main floor with a direct view of the stage. The area is first-come, first-served until full and comfortably holds about 30 guests. Guest with an accessible need are able to bring up to three companions into the area, but due to the nature of the area, all guests must remain seated while in the accessible area. Seating is provided with chairs easily removed for patrons in wheelchairs.
There is a balcony only accessible by stairs. Most of the balcony is reserved for premium seating upgrades with standing GA behind this area.
There is seating in the ADA area (free, first come first serve) and some premium seating (for an upcharge) in the balcony and on platforms on the main floor (premium seating availability varies by show)
Venue will hire an interpreter if requested by a patron (with advance notice.)
There is a single stall on the mezzanine level near the ADA section.
I am Deaf and work at the venue. I do not experience mobility issues but have sat as a guest in the ADA section with friends and family who do. I left most of the inclusion questions unanswered since I do not have first person experience with this.
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