Getting into the VenueThe Nederlander Theatre is accessible step-free from the main entrance at 208 West 41st Street. Wheelchair users and patrons with limited mobility are able to get from the lobby to designated accessible seating in the Orchestra easily.
Six wheelchair spaces with up to three companion seats are available in the Orchestra at every performance. They are located between rows K and Q, in the back half of the section. A further seven transfer seats are at various points across this section. There are also three aisle transfer seats in the Mezzanine, one floor above the Orchestra.
There are no elevators or escalators at this venue.
Customer AssistanceA wheelchair accessible unisex restroom is available, step-free, on the Orchestra level of the building. Other restrooms on the Mezzanine level have wide stalls but cannot accommodate wheelchairs.
There is no coat check at the Nederlander Theatre, so large items may not be accommodated.
Theater representatives are available to escort patrons from the lobby to their accessible seating. This can be arranged when booking tickets.
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 call Broadway Direct on 212-921-8000 or email email@example.com.
The Orchestra is located on ground level, and is easily accessed from the street for all patrons.
Six wheelchair spaces are available in this section, located in rows K to Q. Patrons can book a companion seat in an adjacent position for each. There are also eight aisle transfer seats spread across the length of the Orchestra, from row B to row Q at the rear.
The Mezzanine is located one floor above the Orchestra, and is accessible by stairs only. Once inside the section, there may be one or two steps to each row, although handrails are available for assistance.
There are four aisle transfer seats available, located across rows D, E and N. Patrons should exercise caution when booking due to the number of stairs up to and inside the Mezzanine.