The Rialto Theatre

Phone Number: (520) 740-1000
Parking & Transportation:

Limited nearby accessible street parking. Several parking garages within 1-2 blocks have accessible parking.

Jump the Line: Yes, disabled patrons are allowed in first
Jump the Line – Other:

If early access is needed, please ask Rialto staff.

Stairs: No, it's all flat to get inside and to the show space
Stairs – Other/Details:

The first floor is accessible without any stairs. However, the balcony is accessible via stairs only.

Lighting Safety Warnings
Is There A Designated Accessible Seating Area? Yes, there's an accessible seating area
Accessible Seating Area Details

Designated seating/area is usually located directly in front of stage.

Balcony Details:

There is a balcony, however it is only accessible via stairs. The Rialto was built in 1920, and there is no elevator.

Seating: Yes, there's seating available for those who need it
Seating-Other/Details:

Many shows are general admission and standing room only. However, if a seat is needed it can be provided.

Accommodations for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patrons:

Yes, accommodations for the hearing impaired can be made provided the Rialto staff is alerted with sufficient enough time to arrange for an ASL interpreter. Ideally, two-three weeks will allow enough time to arrange for an ASL interpreter.

Restrooms: Yes, there's an accessible stall in the men's/women's restrooms
This Information Is Current As Of: June 2019
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