The A.R.T. is dedicated to providing quality arts experiences for everyone.
Learn more about A.R.T. accessibility services.
How to indicate your access needs
Purchase your tickets via phone at 617.547.8300, in person at our Ticket Services Office, or by email at email@example.com and let the customer service representative know what your needs are. Ticket Services hours are Tuesday-Sunday from noon - 5PM, or until 1/2 hour prior to curtain.
ASL/Audio Described Performances
The A.R.T. offers ASL and Audio Described Performances for select productions. The 2014/15 season schedule is as followed:
ASL Interpreted: Sep. 9, 7:30PM & Sep. 14, 2:00PM
Audio Described: Sep. 10, 7:30PM & Sep. 13, 2:00PM
ASL Interpreted: Dec. 30, 7:30PM & Jan. 4, 2:00PM
Audio Described: Dec. 30, 7:30PM & Jan. 3, 2:00PM
Father Comes Home From The Wars
Open Captioned: Feb. 22, 2:00PM & Feb. 24, 7:30PM
Audio Described: Feb. 11, 7:30PM & Feb. 14, 2:00PM
Click here for audio-recorded articles on Father Comes From The Wars from the A.R.T. Guide: Spring 2014/15.
The Last Two People on Earth: An Apocalyptic Vaudeville
ASL Interpreted: May 19, 7:30PM & May 24, 2:00PM
Audio Described: May 20, 7:30PM & May 23, 2:00PM
Sensory Friendly Performances
The A.R.T. programs Sensory Friendly performances for theatergoers with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other sensory sensitivities. The 2014/15 season schedule is as follows:
The Light Princess
Sensory Friendly: Dec.30, 2:00PM
Inquiries welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access at Loeb Drama Center
The theater is fully wheelchair accessible with an automatic door from the sidewalk located near the corner of Brattle and Hilliard Streets. The lobby and entrance to the theater are all at sidewalk level.
Rows that can be accessed without using stairs: The theater can be configured multiple ways: in Proscenium, HH; in Half, Row A; and in Thrust, Rows A & BB
Restrooms: A wheelchair-accessible bathroom is located to the left as you face the box office in the front lobby (ushers or reception desk personnel will direct you).
Hearing: The theater is equipped with an infrared amplification system for the hard of hearing; headsets are available at the reception desk.
Vision: There is no obstructed view in the Loeb Drama Center. We provide large print programs at every production and you can pick one up at our reception desk.
Access at OBERON
OBERON is fully wheelchair accessible via the main entrance on Massachusetts Avenue and there is a ramp from Mount Auburn St. to the Massachusetts Ave. entrance.
Restrooms: A wheelchair-accessible bathroom is located to the right at the end of the hall in the front lobby (ushers or Box Office personnel will direct you).