Seating & Accessibility

Seating & Accessibility

Seating ChartSeating

Lakeshore Player’s intimate 175-seat theatre provides good viewing from any seat. The thrust stage is surrounded by three sections: a main section in front with 13 rows (12 seats across) and 2 side seating sections with 3 rows (5 seats across).

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Accessibility

Assited Listening Devices AvailableListening Assist
Fourteen enhanced personal listening assist devices are available at no charge for those with mild-to-moderate hearing loss. To reserve, inquire at the box office, 651-429-5674.

Pay What You CanPay-What-You-Can
For most productions, we offer one performance with pay-what-you-can tickets. Attendees may decide the price for these tickets that are only available at the box office one hour prior to show time. Seating is subject to availability and is not guaranteed.

ASL InterpretedASL Interpreted Shows
One performance of each full production is ASL-interpreted (see specific shows for dates). A special section of seats with good views of the interpreter may be reserved for patrons using this service. If no seats are reserved within two weeks of the performance, these seats are released to the general public and the ASL-interpretation will be cancelled. Patrons with hearing loss may reserve tickets by sending an e-mail to tickets@lakeshoreplayers.org or by calling the Minnesota Relay Service, 7-1-1 (1-800-627-3529). Be sure to ask about half-priced ASL tickets offered through VSA Minnesota.

Large Print ProgramsLarge Print Programs
Available upon request from an usher at each performance.

WheelchairsWheelchairs
Sorry, Lakeshore Players Theatre is not currently wheelchair accessible. The theater is in a renovated historic church with many steps up to the entrance and into the building. Please let us know in advance if you require special assistance and we will make every effort to accommodate you.

Plans are underway to build a better Lakeshore – a completely accessible facility for mainstage productions and classes. Meanwhile, Lakeshore does offer several productions, classes, and events off-site. Please join our E-Mail Club to receive information about these performances held at wheelchair-accessible venues.