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SPECIAL NEEDS

ACCESSIBLE SEATING

All four theatres are accessible for patrons with special needs. If you are in need of a reservation that requires special seating due to a wheelchair, vision or walking impairment, please call our accessibility line at: (312) 977-1700 and press 5 (TTY: (800) 359-2525). Leave your name and a phone number where we can reach you, and an accessibility specialist will return your call within 24 hours to take your priority reservation.

Pricing for Accessible Seating
Accessible seating prices vary based on location, theatre and production.

Bank of America Theatre: All accessible seats are priced according to the price level of the theatre with three guests allowed at the same price.

Oriental Theatre: Dress Circle and Loge accessible seats are based on the lowest price seating with three guests allowed at same price. Main Floor accessibility at regular prices.

Cadillac Palace Theatre: Back of the Main Floor are based on lowest price seating with three guests allowed at same price. Main Floor accessible at regular prices.

Auditorium Theatre: Wheelchair seating with three guests allowed at same price on the main floor far sides. Prices vary depending on production. Call (312) 341-2389.

Elevator Access
Bank of America Theatre: There are elevators to the mezzanine and balcony levels at Bank of America Theatre, but once you are on those levels there are steep steps to your seats. There is no elevator access to the dress circle. For patrons who have difficulty walking, the orchestra level is advisable at Bank of America Theatre.

Oriental Theatre: There is an elevator in the theatre lobby of the Oriental Theatre that will provide service to the Dress Circle, the first section of the balcony, and to the lower lobby level. From the first section of the balcony, the patrons may need to navigate a few steps to their row and seats in the upper section of the balcony; the elevator opens at row D.

Cadillac Palace Theatre: There is elevator access to all levels of the theatre at the Cadillac Palace Theatre except the loge and Lower-Balcony level. For seating above the orchestra level, the patron will need to navigate steps to their seats. There are no steps on the orchestra level.

Auditorium Theatre: There is no elevator access to the first balcony. Patrons can gain access to the first balcony only by four flights of stairs. Orchestra seats in rows AA-LL can be accessed only by two flights of stairs.


SIGN INTERPRETED PERFORMANCES FOR THE HEARING IMPAIRED

There are interpreted performances for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing scheduled for each production performing in Broadway In Chicago theatres. Interpreted Performances are announced as they are scheduled.

Call our accessibility line at: (312) 977-1700, menu option #5 (TTY: (800) 359-2525) for complete information and reservation assistance.


SIGN INTERPRETED PERFORMANCES FOR THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING
Show Theatre Signed
Performance
PETER AND THE STARCATCHER Bank of America Saturday 4/12/2014
2:00pm
THE WIZARD OF OZ Palace Theatre Sunday 5/4/2014
1:00pm
MAMMA MIA Palace Theatre Saturday 5/17/2014
2:00pm
MOTOWN THE MUSICAL Oriental Theatre Sunday 5/18/2014
2:00pm
MOTOWN THE MUSICAL Oriental Theatre Saturday 6/14/2014
2:00pm
NEWSIES Bank of America Theatre Friday 12/19/2014
7:30pm
DEE SNIDER'S ROCK & ROLL CHRISTMASS Broadway Playhouse Saturday 12/20/2014
2:00pm
CINDERELLA Palace Theatre Sunday 12/21/2014
2:00pm

SCHEDULED OPEN CAPTION PERFORMANCES
Show Theatre Open Caption Performance
MOTOWN THE MUSICAL Oriental Theatre Tuesday 4/29/2014
7:30pm
THE WIZARD OF OZ Palace Theatre Sunday 5/11/2014
1:00pm

AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCES
Show Theatre Audio Described Performance
THE LAST SHIP Bank of America Tuesday 6/24/2014
7:30pm


Find additional accessible performance information at chicagoplays.com/access


HEARING IMPAIRMENT


All theatres have assisted listening devices to assist the hearing impaired at no cost to the patron. An ID or credit card is needed to receive the device from the House Manager and is returned at the end of the performance when the device is returned.