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The Labuda Center

The Labuda Center for the Performing Arts is home to most Act 1 events. It is completely handicapped and features the 473 seat Main Stage Theatre and the 187 seat Schubert Theatre.

The Main Stage Theatre is comprised of two sections: Orchestra and Balcony. The Schubert Theatre has three sections: Center, Right, and Left.

Labuda Center Seating Charts

Young Patron Policy

Children are welcome to attend The Princess King. For the benefit of all our patrons, only children six and older are permitted to attend all other productions. Call and ask about the suitability of any particular show.

Hearing Assistance

The Labuda Center for the Performing Arts is equipped with a listening enhancement system. Headsets are available in the lobby, however, patrons are encouraged to request them with their ticket purchase.

Wheelchair Accessibility

Special seating is available for patrons using wheelchairs. Please inform the box office of your needs when ordering tickets.

Audio Description and Open Captioning

Select performances this season will feature Open Captioning for patrons who are deaf or hearing-impaired and Audio Descriptions for patrons who are blind or visually impaired.

During Open Captioned performances, all dialogue and sound effects are presented in real-time on an LED screen that is adjacent to the stage.

During Audio Described performances, all action and physical appearances are described live through a headset.

2018-2019 Open Captioned and Audio Described Dates:

Fall

  • Picnic—Saturday, October 6, 8 p.m.
  • Dames at Sea—Saturday, October 20, 2 p.m.*
  • Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley—Saturday, December 1, 2 p.m.

Spring

  • The Cherry Orchard—Saturday, February 23, 8 p.m.
  • Beauty and the Beast—Saturday, April 13, 12:30 p.m. **
  • Pippin—Saturday, May 4, 2 p.m.

* Audio description only

**Audio description and American Sign Language

To purchase tickets, call the Act 1 Box Office Manager, Nicole Moyer, at 610.282.3192. Please indicate that you are calling for the Open Captioned or Audio Described performance and explain any special seating needs (wheelchair accessible seating, service animal, etc.).

 

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