Assistance for Patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing
Assistive Listening Devices are available in all theatres at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Patrons wishing to use this service should see a lobby attendant for information. A photo ID is required as a security deposit. Please specify if you require a hearing aid compatible unit.
Denver Center Theatre Company, Denver Center Attractions and National Theatre Conservatory offer ASL-interpreted performances of productions on select dates.Denver Center Attraction’s Broadway tours offer Open Captioning for patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing on selected dates. Contact the box office for tickets and details.
While not a captioning device, Opera Colorado utilizes a seat-back translation system, which displays lyrics in both English and Spanish.
Contact other presenting organizations directly for ASL-interpreted performances.
Assistance for persons who are blind or have low vision
The Colorado Ballet, Denver Center Theatre Company, Denver Center Attractions, National Theatre Conservatory and Opera Colorado offer audio-described performances of productions on select dates. Contact the appropriate box office for tickets and details.
Contact other presenting organizations directly to see if they offer audio-described performances.
Playbills for all Denver Center Theatre Company, Denver Center Attractions and National Theatre Conservatory productions are available in braille and posted online at www.denvercenter.org. For printed materials in alternate formats at other performances, contact the presenting organization.
Courtesy wheelchairs are available for all theaters at the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
The Buell Theatre, Boettcher Concert Hall and the Ellie Caulkins Opera House have courtesy wheelchairs that patrons may use on a temporary basis to assist guests from the Arts Complex garage or the 14th Street entrance to their seats. Please contact the House Manager upon arrival to request use of these wheelchairs. Alternatively, you may arrange for use in advance by calling 720-865-4200.
Patrons needing wheelchair assistance in the Garner Galleria Theatre, Stage Theatre, Space Theatre, Ricketson Theatre, Jones Theatre, Seawell Grand Ballroom or Conservatory Theatre should contact an usher or Patron Services upon arrival.
Accessible Drop-off Locations, Ramps & Seating
Wheelchair accessible ramps are located throughout the Arts Complex starting curbside at 14th and Curtis streets. Additional drop-off locations at curbside ramps are located at 13th Street underneath the Arts Complex and outside the Jones Theatre at the corner of Speer & Arapahoe.
Wheelchair ramps are located in the parking garage on levels 3, 4 and 5.
Lobby ushers in each theatre can direct patrons on interior elevators and ramps, which lead to wheelchair seating.
Wheelchair and companion seating are available in each theatre. Please speak with each event’s box office staff for exact seating locations on availability.