Our 348-seat theatre provides an intimate theatrical experience. Wheelchair accessible seating is available on the sides of row F, as well as at the top of the house in the “Queen’s Box” and in our private viewing booth (by special arrangement).
Just looking for more room? In addition to aisle seats Row G (seats 7-17) and Row H (seats 1-6 and 18-23) have the best leg room. The majority of our seats are 21-22” wide, but we also have 48 seats throughout the house that are 22” wide and 10 seats that are 23” wide. Please consult the seating charts on this page for more detail, or ask the ticket agent when you call about seats with extra leg room or width.
Private Viewing Box: This sound-proof viewing box at the back of the house with an expansive glassed-in view of the stage and sound monitor offers seating for up to six guests or three wheelchairs with companion seats. May be reserved by special arrangement, not available for purchase online.
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ASSISTED LISTENING & ASL/AD PERFORMANCES
Our FM enhanced listening system is available for hearing assistance and/or audio description. There is no charge for this service. Assisted Listening Devices are available from our Patron Services Desk located at the Coat Check. ASL Interpreted and Audio Described performances are available on the third Saturday of each production. Patrons using this service receive half-price tickets; call the Ticket Office at 651.291.7005 for details.
Park Square has several seating locations in both standard and premium seating as well as restrooms that are available for patrons in wheelchairs. Wheelchair accessible seating is available between rows F & G and also in the Queen’s box towards the back of the house.
Sensory Tours are scheduled on select Audio Described matinee performances, beginning at 12pm and allow patrons to explore some of the stage, costumes and props of that show. Performances with a Sensory Tour are indicated in print materials on the Audio Description performance schedule.
Service animals, such as guide dogs, are permitted to assist Park Square patrons.
Large print and Braille playbills are available from our Patron Services desk located at the Coat Check.
Thanks to special funding from the Minnesota State Arts Board Legacy Funds and VSA Minnesota, and equipment loaned by the Guthrie Theater, we now offer open captioning for select performances. Captions of the text are displayed on a screen near the stage, visible from almost all seats. To take advantage of open captioning, check the performance calendar or call the Ticket Office at 651.291.7005 for details.
For more information about accessible programming within the local community, visit VSA Arts of Minnesota