The Appalachian Center for the Arts

Accessibility at The App

Services for Patrons Who Are Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Assistive Listening Devices: The Appalachian Center for the Arts is equipped with assistive listening devices. You may use your own headphones, or they will be provided for you. Devices are ready and available the day of the show. Assistive listening devices are offered free of charge, on a first-come first-served basis.

Mobility Services

Parking: designated accessible parking is conveniently located nearby in the parking lot directly adjacent to the theatre.

Accessible Entrance: the theatre`s main entry doors on Second Street accommodate wheelchair/scooter access. The elevator located in the main lobby also provides access to the upper lobby, gallery, and all levels of the Appalachian Center for the Arts seating.

Accessible Seating: The Appalachian Center for the Arts has accessible wheelchair/scooter seating available on two levels, as well as two levels of exits.

Sensory Friendly Performances

Sensory-friendly/relaxed performances are designed to create a performing arts experience that is intended for patrons who have autism or other social, cognitive, and physical challenges that create sensory sensitivities and their families. The Appalachian Center for the Arts provides:

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