Visitor Info - Accessibilty

Service Animals

Trained, accredited service animals are always welcome on our premises. Guide dogs or other service animals, including service animals in training, are allowed to accompany patrons with disabilities on any of the Festival premises that are open to the public. If you are planning to see a performance, please advise the Box Office representative when you purchase your tickets so that an appropriate seat (aisle or special access) can be assigned to you.

Please be aware that if a service animal is causing a disturbance for other visitors, the patron and accompanying service animal may be asked to leave the performance or the Festival premises. Owners are responsible to "stoop and scoop."

If you are a bringing a service animal, we recommend that you review any advisories about special effects that may affect your service animal during the production (e.g. noise, lights, other animals, etc.). This information may not be known at the time of booking, but can be confirmed by the Box Office staff and/or on-site staff closer to the date of your performance. We anticipate that there will be special situations and are prepared to make every effort to address the circumstances on an individual basis, as they arise, keeping the safety of all patrons and service animals in mind.

Please note that, in a situation where it is not readily apparent that an animal is assisting a person with a disability, the owner may be asked to provide a letter from a physician or nurse confirming that the animal is required.
2014 Playbill List King LearCrazy for YouA Midsummer Night's DreamThe Beaux' StratagemMan of La ManchaAlice Through the Looking-GlassHay FeverKing JohnMother Courage and Her ChildrenAntony and CleopatraChristina, The Girl KingA Midsummer Night's Dream - a chamber play2014 Season