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If you are new to our theater, please take a moment to review the different areas available for seating.

The Floor Section is the first 4 rows of the theater, closest to the stage.  These 4 rows sit flat on the floor and each row is not elevated above the row in front of it.  Since the main playing area of the stage is only about 18 inches off the floor, the further back in this section that you sit, the more difficult it can be to see the stage because of the patrons sitting in front of you.  If you are vertically challenged, you may have difficult time seeing all of the action from rows C or D. There is an aisle between seats 5 and 6 on the left side of the theater and between seats 21 and 22 on the right side of the theater.

The Riser Section starts with the 5th row from the stage.  The seats in this section afford the best view of the stage.  In this section, each row is elevated above the row in front of it to provide a clear view of the stage over the heads of the patrons in front of you.  The risers are similar to choir risers that have chairs on them. These seats are accessed by climbing a shallow set of stairs (2 steps per row).  There is an aisle by seat 1 on the left side of the theater and by seat 16/17 on the right side of the theater.

The Balcony Section is above and behind the Riser section.  The seats in this section still provide an excellent view of the stage, but are just a little bit further away from the stage.  Like the Riser section, each row in the balcony is elevated above the row in front of it.  This section is accessed via a rather steep and long staircase at the rear of the theater. Unfortunately, there is no elevator.  The Balcony has a single center aisle between seats 9 and 10.  While it appears there may be an aisle on the seating chart closest to seat 1 in rows BB through EE, this is actually a wall.

The Right Balcony Section is to the right of the stage and considered Limited View.  The seats are directly above the stage, so rather than watching the show from the front, you are watching from the top and side.  These are not great seats. In fact, we only make these seats available when a performance is completely sold out.  We’d recommend reserving early, however, so you don’t get stuck in these seats.  This section is accessed via a rather steep and long staircase, as well.  There is no elevator.

Handicap Accessible Seating: For patrons with mobility issues, we generally suggest seating in the Floor Section as this is the only area that does not require stairs.  If you require the use of a wheelchair, we are able to remove the chairs in the right side section (Rows A-D seats 22-25) to accommodate your wheelchair.  Please contact the box office directly and our staff will make note of your needs so that we can accommodate you more efficiently.