All entrances to the Marcus Performing Arts Center are wheelchair accessible. The Riverwalk entrance, used to enter the Todd Wehr Theater, has an accessible entrance located on the ground level between the staircases leading up to the Todd Wehr Theater. This entrance will lead you up a ramp to the elevator that will take you to either level of the Todd Wehr, providing easier access for our patrons who cannot navigate the stairwell.
An elevator located at the southeast corner of the Marcus Center Parking Structure can be taken to the third floor skywalk that connects the parking structure to the Marcus Center (used to enter Vogel Hall and Uihlein Hall). Other accessible entrances include 929 N. Water Street (used to enter Uihlein Hall), 123 E. State Street (used to enter Vogel Hall and the corporate offices), and 127 E. State Street (used to enter the stage door).
Assistive Listening Devices
At the Todd Wehr Theater, Stethophone infrared receivers are available that have a port that can accept a loop device plugged into it for patrons with hearing aids equipped with a “T” coil. We request photo identification to borrow this device during the performance.
Sensory Friendly Kits
To accommodate our patrons on the autism spectrum or other sensory, social, or cognitive differences, we have limited number of sensory friendly kits available for use during a performance. These kits contain a social story, a fidget toy, and noise-cancelling earmuffs. Please see the House Manager at the theater to use one of these kits.
Sensory friendly performances are also offered throughout the season.
To make a reservation for wheelchair service for a First Stage performance in Todd Wehr Theater, please call the First Stage House Manager at (414) 273-7121 ext. 323.