PLAN YOUR VISIT
Seating & Accessibility
Whether you're in the magnificent 360-seat F. Otto Haas Stage or the intimate 175-seat Arcadia Stage, our flexible theatres – transformed with each production – always make you feel at home and involved in the action.
The Arden facility is fully accessible to all persons with disabilities. Should you require assistance with any special needs, we encourage you to call the Box Office at 215.922.1122 as far in advance as possible so that we can make the proper arrangements.
- For patrons in a wheelchair or with limited mobility
Our two-theatre complex is equipped with a ramp to the front entrance. An elevator provides easy access to the Arcadia Stage on the second floor, and both theatres provide front-of-house wheelchair seating. Bathrooms, water fountains, and payphones are also wheelchair accessible. So we can best meet your seating needs, we encourage you to plan your Arden visit early. Please call the Box Office at 215.922.1122 so we can assist you with purchasing wheelchair accessible seating.
- For patrons who are deaf or hearing impaired
Both theatres are equipped with assisted-listening systems. The house manager on duty will provide you with a headset in exchange for a driver's license or other form of identification, which will be returned to you at the end of the performance.
Please call the Box Office at 215.922.1122 for upcoming Captioned performance dates.
Captioning equipment is limited; please call the Box Office at 215.922.1122/TTY to ensure availability for these captioned performances:
ASL interpretation is available at select Arden Children's Theatre performances. To ensure the best view of our interpreters, please indicate that you will be utilizing these services when purchasing your tickets for these ASL interpreted performances:
- For patrons who are blind or vision impaired
We offer Audio Description at select Mainstage performances. Please call the Box Office at 215.922.1122 to ensure availability for these audio described performances:
Both theatres provide front-of-house seating for patrons with vision impairments, and large-print programs are available from the house manager on duty.
Arden Theatre Company was named a "Keystone of Accessibility"
by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 2000.