McCaw Hall is equipped with a total of 21 wheelchair-accessible spaces located at the rear of each level of the auditorium. All wheelchair-accessible spaces have at least one adjacent companion seat, with many offering three or more.
Accessible seating is available in a full range of price zones for both individual performances as well as subscription ticket packages. They are available for purchase online, via telephone, or in person at our box office.
Seats marked with a provide additional space allowing the accommodation of wheelchairs, walkers, service animals, or other mobility devices.
Patrons who prefer sit in a different area and have their wheelchair, walker, or other mobility device stowed during the performance need only speak with an usher upon entering the auditorium. The ushers can stow the devices and return them during intermissions and after the performance. Patrons will be notified of where their devices are stowed.
Buying in Person
Our permanent box office is housed next to the main entrance of Phelps Center at 301 Mercer St. and is accessible via ramp.
There is a wheelchair-accessible box office window just inside the Phelps Center’s main entrance, to the left.
Seats marked with a are open spaces which can accommodate a wheelchair (or other mobility device) or be filled with a loose chair. Loose chairs can be either armed or armless upon request.
Seats marked with a and labeled as Wheelchair Companion are bolted chairs adjacent to the wheelchair-accessible space that are intended for additional guests.
Orchestra seats marked with a and labeled as Transfer Seat provide aisle-side movable armrests to allow ease of entry, or transfer from another mobility device.
On a desktop computer, hovering your mouse over any seat will provide details as to which sort of accommodation the symbol notates. On a mobile device, clicking on the seat will reveal the same details.