Accessible Seating For Your Convenience
Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University
This national landmark, built by Adler and Sullivan in 1899, is a major center for the performing arts in Chicago. Home to the Joffrey Ballet, the theatre also hosts dance companies from around the world, pop music stars and Broadway plays. The accessible entrance is located at 431 S. Wabash. Wheelchair seating (with fixed companion seating alongside) is available on the main level only, in the first 10 rows of seats, far left and right sections. Accessible unisex restrooms are located in the lobby. Other accommodations include assistive listening devices, signed performances, closed captioning and orientation for patrons who are blind or have low vision. The Patrons Services office in the lobby is open during performances to assist as needed. For information on accessibility, call 312-431-2389 x0.