Getting into the VenueThe Studio 54 Theatre is accessible step-free from the entrance at 254 West 54th Street. Wheelchair users and patrons with limited mobility are easily able to get from the lobby to designated accessible seating in the Orchestra and Mezzanine.
Six wheelchair spaces and two transfer seats are available in the Orchestra at every performance. There are also two transfer seats at the front of the Rear Mezzanine.
The Studio 54 Theatre is not fully accessible. An elevator serves the main and lower lounge levels.
Customer AssistanceWheelchair accessible restrooms are located in the lobby of the Studio 54 Theatre and on the right-hand side of the Orchestra, near the front.
The Golden Lounge is easily accessed using the venue’s elevators, and patrons can relax with a drink here before the show.
Please be advised that staff may be unable to assist patrons into or around 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 bookings and assistance please call Audience Services on 212-719-1300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Orchestra at the Studio 54 Theatre is completely accessible for patrons using wheelchairs or with limited mobility.
There are six permanent wheelchair spaces in the Orchestra, across rows A and B. If row AX is in use, there are sometimes two extra wheelchair spots here. An additional two transfer seats are available in row A.
Access to the Front Mezzanine is up an initial 21 steps from the Orchestra, with entrance behind row DD. Once inside the section, there are three steps down to each row. Handrails are available at every stepped row.
There are no wheelchair spaces or transfer seats available to book in the Front Mezzanine.
The Rear Mezzanine is in the same balcony area as the Front Mezzanine, with an initial 21 steps up from the Orchestra. Once inside the section, there are 11 steps from rows EE to HH at either side, and three steps elsewhere. Handrails are available at every stepped row. Entrance is in front of row EE.
There are two transfer seats in row EE, close to the inside aisle. However, as the section is generally quite steep and cramped, it is not the best option for patrons with limited mobility.