Accessibility

Do you have trouble hearing or seeing? Do you need special seating? The Center offers performance accommodations to enhance your experience, including:

Wheelchair-Accessible SeatingWheelchair-Accessible Seating – Locations and companion seats are available in both the Virginia G. Piper Theater and Stage 2. Please mention your request for wheelchair seating and if you would like to transfer from a wheelchair to a seat when purchasing tickets on your order form, or contact our ticketing and patron services representatives at the box office for more information.

Assistive Listening DevicesAssistive Listening Devices – A small, wireless headset amplifies the sounds onstage. These headsets are available at no charge from the box office for events in the Virginia G. Piper Theater and Stage 2.

American Sign Language (ASL) InterpretationAmerican Sign Language (ASL) – Interpreter arrangements may be made for all events upon request with two weeks advance notice. Open captioning is available for selected events. Please contact the theater manager at 480-874-4638 for more information.

Live-Audio DescriptionLive-Audio Description – A small device worn in the ear provides a live description of what’s happening onstage. Order tickets and request service two weeks in advance and any performance can be audio described.

Open CaptioningOpen Captioning – Like television captions, the spoken words from the stage are displayed on a screen in the theater. Open captioning is available for many events with two weeks notice. Check with the box office for selected events.

Braille ProgramsBraille programs – Braille programs are available at most performances upon request with at least two weeks notice.

Please request services when ordering your tickets through the Patron Services Box Office. For additional information about accessibility services, email Jamie Prins at [email protected] or call 480-874-4697.