The Vic Theatre
There is a parking garage across the street as well as street parking throughout the area. Unsure if there are accessible parking spots.
"Went to the front of the line and the security gave attitude and initially didn’t want to let us in. We got to enter, though."
It is flat to get inside but there are stairs to the balcony and onto the main floor and no other way around them.
The accessible area is in the back of the venue, and it’s extremely hard to see the stage over the heads of the general admission crowd It is also not roped off in anyway so abled people are also able to stand there.
There is a balcony area but it’s only accessible by stairs.
There are some folding chairs in the back near the ada section.
Unsure of availability.
When you first enter to your right near the staircase is a gender neutral accessible bathroom, it is has a sign that says men on the top but a sign labeled gender neutral on the door. It is small so a power chair or larger manual chair may not fit. It was guarded by a staff member so others did not use it.
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