Accessible Seating

Wheelchair Accessible ADA Symbol

To request a service, contact:
Mika Godbole, Interim ADA Coordinator
(609) 905-0931
[email protected]

Wheelchair accessibility varies from venue to venue. If you have a concern or question about the seating, parking, or other amenity at a venue, please contact Interim ADA Coordinator Mika Godbole.

When is this provided automatically?
All performance venues have wheelchair accessible seating locations that allow patrons to remain in their wheelchairs during a performance. We can provide standard chairs with armrests in these locations if a patron would prefer to transfer out of their wheelchair. When ordering tickets, a patron should request one of these locations (marked on seating charts with the Wheelchair Symbol). We also provide one companion seat in these locations.

If not automatically provided, how do I request this service?
External access and additional services such as accessible restrooms vary depending on the venue. If you have a question regarding accessibility for a specific venue, feel free to contact Interim ADA Coordinator Mika Godbole for further details.

The exact amenities available are restricted by the venue, although we can often work with the venue to create a compromise suitable for all parties involved.

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