Accessibility

At theREP, we aim to create access for all audience members whenever possible. Below are some FAQs about our venue’s accessibility. For additional questions, please call our Box Office at 518.346.6204.

Q: Is your venue wheelchair accessible?
A:  We have wheelchair-accessible seating and restrooms on the ground floor. Patrons who would like accessible seating should notify the Box Office when purchasing tickets. For ease of access and safety, there is an elevator to the second floor to access the Lauren and Harold Iselin Performing Arts Studio, the Peg and Jim Miller VIP lounge, or our offices and meeting rooms.

Q: Where can I be dropped off?

A:  Anyone who needs special accommodations can be discharged on North Pearl Street near the marquee. We are able to provide curbside service and wheelchairs with at least 48 hours’ notice.

Q:  I am blind/partially blind. Are there accommodations?
A: Patrons who are partially or completely blind should contact the Box Office for appropriate seating.

Q:  Are there any devices to help the deaf or hard of hearing?
A: We offer two options; a hearing loop and a limited number of FM wireless sound receivers available at the Box Office before the show. These headsets are standard walkman headsets; patrons are welcomed to bring their own in lieu of borrowing one. These can also be reserved by contacting the Box Office ahead of time.

Q:  Are any of your performances signed?
A: Signed shows are available; call the Box Office at 518.346.6204 for additional information.

Q:  Does your theatre have an elevator?
A:  An elevator is located in the lobby, across from the box office, and provides access to the Lauren and Harold Iselin Performing Arts Studio, the Peg and Jim Miller VIP lounge, or our offices and meeting rooms.