Getting into the VenueAccess to the Hudson Theatre is step-free from 141 West 44th Street. Wheelchair users and patrons with limited mobility are able to get from the lobby to designated accessible seating in the Orchestra easily.
Up to ten wheelchair spaces and five transfer seats are available at every performance. Wheelchair seating is mainly at the rear of the Orchestra, with a couple of options in row E, closer to the stage. Aisle transfer seats with folding armrests are in rows C, G and T.
The Dress Circle and Ambassador Lounge can be accessed using the Hudon Theatre’s elevator, whilst the Balcony is located up three flights of stairs. These sections have no accessible seating.
Customer AssistanceStep-free accessible restrooms are located on the Orchestra and Dress Circle levels of the theater.
Patrons can leave bags and coats in the coat check, located in the Box Office lobby. Each item costs $2 to check, although larger items may not be taken. Two bars are also available on the Orchestra and Dress Circle levels, and drinks can be taken back to patrons’ seats.
Please be advised that staff may be unable to assist with steps into or inside the venue. It is therefore advisable to bring a companion to the performance.
How to BookFor those who require special assistance or wish to book access tickets such as wheelchair spaces, it is important to book in advance and notify the theater of any special requirements.
For further information, ticket booking and assistance please contact a Hudson Theatre representative on 646-975-4626.
The Orchestra at the Hudson Theatre is completely accessible for patrons using wheelchairs or with limited mobility.
All accessible seating at the theater is in the Orchestra, with nine to ten wheelchair spaces across rows E and T, and a further three to four aisle transfer seats across rows G and T.
The Dress Circle is one level above the Orchestra, with elevator access to the section. Once inside the section, there are a further two steps to each row, with handrails for assistance.
There are no wheelchair or transfer seats in the Hudson Theatre Dress Circle, so this section is not the best choice for patrons with limited mobility.
The Balcony is up three flights of stairs from the ground-floor Orchestra, with no elevator access past the Dress Circle. Once inside the section, there are a further two steps to each row, with handrails for assistance.
There are no wheelchair or transfer seats in the Hudson Theatre Balcony, so this section is not the best choice for patrons with limited mobility.