34 George Street EastStratford, ON
Map to the StudioDetailed Seating Map - pdf
History and stage
The Studio Theatre opened during the 50th season celebrations in 2002. The stage is a modified thrust, with seating on three sides, and the house seats 260 people.The Studio is an ideal space for exploring new and experimental works as well as rarely produced classics. It is sublimely intimate, and actors refer to it as “the chapel.”Food and BeverageWine, beer and non-alcoholic beverages are available from the Studio Theatre bar.Accessibility
The theatre is wheelchair accessible, and a limited number of designated special-access parking spaces are available nearby. The Studio auditorium is steeply raked; if you require assistance, please ask our Front of House staff. We’re here to help.
Service and Guide dogs are welcome in all our theatres; we ask patrons with service dogs to sit on an aisle or in our special access seating. House Programs are available in Braille and can be borrowed from the House Manager. All theatres are equipped with a wireless hearing assistance system. Please reserve your headsets in advance.Booster Seats
Complimentary booster seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please see an usher for assistance.Parking Studio TheatreUse available downtown parking. (Map) Special Access ParkingSpecial access parking is available, with a valid permit, in the Festival Theatre's Buick Drive parking lot. Cost: $10. Please come early, as space is limited. The City of Stratford provides a limited number of special access spaces near our other three theatres. Downtown The city centre has nearly 800 metered parking spaces, with a maximum stay of three hours. In addition, there are parking lots on Albert, Erie, George, St. Patrick and York streets. All-day free parking is available at the Cooper lot on St. Patrick Street, close to the Avon Theatre. Please click here for a map for more details, pricing and special access parking.Overnight street parking is prohibited in Stratford.
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