Vivian Beaumont Theater
Getting into the VenueStep-free access to the Beaumont Theater is available from the entrance on 65th Street. Enter through the glass doors in front of the large curved mural, and use the wheelchair lift to the left. This will take you to the Box Office, with a further ramp to the right of the Box Office giving access to the Lobby and Orchestra. If you require assistance, a security guard can be called using the doorbell next to the wheelchair lift.
All wheelchair spaces and transfer seats are step-free in the Orchestra. There are no elevators up to the Loge at this venue.
Customer AssistanceTheater representatives may be unable to assist patrons to their seats, so it is best to attend with a companion where possible.
Wheelchair accessible restrooms are in the Lobby, which is step-free from the Box Office and Orchestra. Front of House staff are on-hand to assist with any queries about restrooms, access to the auditorium and refreshments during your visit.
How to BookFor those who require special assistance or wish to book 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 Telecharge Access Services at: (866) 300-9761; TDD/TTY: (888) 889-8587. Customers can also book at the Box Office, or online via Telecharge. If booking online, select the ‘Find Tickets’ button and click the “Wheelchair & Transfer Arm Seating” link.
The Orchestra is accessible from street level via a manned elevator. Entrance is behind row O, which also has wheelchair accessible spaces and seats. In the rest of the section, there are approximately 1-2 steps down to each row. Row P is behind row O, up one step.
At each performance, there are up to six wheelchair spaces and four seats with folding armrests in row O. Each accessible seat has two or three companion seats available to book.
The Loge is located up two flights of stairs (30 steps), with entrance behind row E. There are approximately 1-2 steps down between each row in the section. The Loge is not accessible for wheelchair users and may not be suitable for patrons with limited mobility due to the number of steps.