Arizona Theatre Company seeks to transform the lives of every Arizonan through the power of theatre. We offer a variety of accessibility services so that all of our patrons can enjoy our productions.

Wheelchair Access:

Arizona Theatre Company offers wheelchair access to every one of our events. At the Temple of Music and Art in Tucson, the House Manager and trained volunteers will assist you with directions and any necessary accommodations. The balcony in Tucson at the Temple of Music and Art is NOT accessible by wheelchair. There are nine steps into the balcony from the second floor. At the Tempe Center for the Arts, there is wheelchair access in the orchestra level and balconies. When purchasing your tickets, please ask to reserve wheelchair seating or request other assistance.

We HEAR You!

We’re delighted to share several sound improvements at the Temple of Music and Art, including additional microphones, sound mixing improvements, assistive listening device options at every performance, and open captioning at a select performance of every show.

Sound Supervisor Mathew DeVore and his team approach every show as they would musicals to catch more of the nuances of dialogue and vocals. Additionally, we’ve added several highly sensitive microphones on the stages and in the air that are designed to handle further distance for various applications in theatre. Read More

Assistive Listening System:

Assistive listening devices (ALDs) amplify and clarify sound by cutting down or eliminating ambient noise.

Temple of Music and Art patrons can access hearing assistance via the Sennheiser MobileConnect app. You can download the app at home on your smartphone and use your phone to connect to the system in the theatre. Hearing devices are available for those without hearing aids or a smartphone at no charge on a first-come, first-served basis.

To download the app:

For Apple/iOS devices click here                 For Android devices click here

Tempe Center for the Arts patrons can access assistive listening devices at all ATC performances. Headsets are free of charge and subject to availability. Patrons attending performances may obtain assistive listening devices at the lobby desk or by contacting the House Manager on site.

Audio Description:

Audio Description is available by request and will enhance the theatre experience for patrons who are blind or who have low vision. Patrons may access this service by contacting the ATC Box Office.

Captioned Theatre:

Captioned Theatre is provided for deaf and hard-of-hearing patrons for selected performances. Please contact the ATC Box Office to request seats best suited to captioning.

American Sign Language Interpretation:

American Sign Language (ASL) Interpretation is provided at select performances for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Please contact the ATC Box Office to request seating in the ASL section for best sightlines to the interpreters.

For more information about our accessibility services, contact the ATC Box Office or our Tucson House Manager, Bill Bethel.