Accessibility For Patrons and Visitors With Disabilities
We are here to help! For questions or more information about any of these services mentioned below, please contact the Ticket Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-642-9988.
Patrons who are Blind or Have Low Vision
Patrons are invited to use our highly detailed indoor mapping via the GoodMaps Explore mobile application to help navigate Zellerbach Hall.
Digital Program Books are available and may provide a better reading experience.
Audio descriptions are available for at least one repetition of each dance program on our season.
Patrons who are Deaf or Have Hearing Loss
Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices (ALDs) amplify and clarify sound by cutting down or eliminating ambient noise. Devices are distributed free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests attending events in the Zellerbach Hall or Playhouse may pick up a device from the Audience Services staff starting one hour prior to performances. Please request a device from staff as you arrive. A driver’s license or government-issued identification will be required as a deposit for the device.
For all other venues, advanced notice of at least two weeks is advised.
Sign Language Interpretation
Available by request. Persons who wish to request sign language interpreters should contact the Ticket Office when they purchase tickets or at least two weeks in advance of the performance to ensure the best possible arrangements. Patrons using a TTY, please contact us via California Relay Service by calling 711 or 800-735-2929.
Patrons who have Mobility Disabilities
All venues are wheelchair accessible. When ordering tickets online, please choose designated wheelchair locations for reserved seating performances.
All venues have accessible entrances via ramps at the main entrance.
Zellerbach Hall has an elevator that serves the orchestra and mezzanine levels. The Zellerbach Hall elevator dimensions: 49 inches wide x 45 inches deep.
All venues have wheelchair and scooter-accessible locations where patrons can remain in their wheelchairs or transfer to theater seats. Patrons who cannot or do not wish to transfer from their wheelchairs to a theater seat should request wheelchair-accessible locations when ordering tickets.
Wheelchair-accessible seating may be purchased by phone, in person, and online.
All venues are equipped with accessible restrooms.
Near each of our venues, there are limited designated accessible parking for vehicles bearing valid Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) disability parking placards or license plates is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information about accessible parking locations, please visit this campus map: https://dac.berkeley.edu/sites/default/files/dp_parking_map.pdf
For more information on University policy regarding service animals, please visit: https://dac.berkeley.edu/resources/visitors/visitor-faq
The Visitor Parking webpage advises visitors on the most efficient parking procedures. The site offers information on public transportation, public parking lots, and parking availability.
Easy Does It
Easy Does It is a non-profit organization that provides emergency attendant care, accessible transportation, wheelchair repair, and assistive device repair for seniors and people with disabilities.
We are here to help! For questions or more information about any of these services, please contact the Ticket Office at email@example.com or 510-642-9988.