Access Services

For more information or questions about any of these services, call the theatre office weekdays at 612-333-2919; email tix@theatreintheround.org; or ask the board member available at the performance.

One of the theatre’s continuing goals is increasing accessibility to its programs. Feel free to contact us with your suggestions


Wheelchair seating is designated on online seating charts or can be requested when purchasing tickets over the phone. 

NOTE: Because of the configuration of our seating area, patrons using wheelchairs cannot be seated after the production has started. Please allow plenty of time to arrive.


Equipment is available to check-out at every performance to amplify stage dialogue and sounds. 

Ear speakers and telecoil loops are available; our devices are also compatible with personal Bluetooth hearing aids/cochlear implants.

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Live auto-captioning is available via the Listen Everywhere App on your own mobile device* and enabling Live Caption

Download from Apple Store

* available on  Android devices running Android 10 or later and iPhone 11 or later running iOS 16 or later.


This service uses a trained describer who broadcasts descriptions of costumes, lighting, actors’ movements, and other visual details through a small earpiece. In addition to the audio-description, the performance may also include a pre-show “touching” (tactile) tour of props, costumes, and other technical elements of the production.

Audio-described performances will be listed on each show page and require advance reservation.


Service animals are allowed wherever people are allowed. Under Title II and III regulations of the Americans with Disabilities Act, a service animal is defined as:

  1. a dog or in some cases a miniature horse
  2. individually trained to do work or perform tasks
  3. for the benefit of an individual with a disability

The following is not considered a service animal:

  1. an animal that is not a dog or a miniature horse
  2.  animals; comfort pets; companion animals; “social/therapy” animals
  3. dogs currently in training to be a service animal


Information about performances at other theaters that offer accommodations for patrons with vision or hearing loss can be found at Minnesota Access Alliance.