We are committed to providing a safe, welcoming, and inclusive environment for you. 


This website is audited monthly by accessiBe to ensure ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) & WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) compliance.


Read our masking requirements, vaccination requirements, and  recommendations for the best way to present your tickets.


Current and previous playbills are available here and on our free app.


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Our goal is to ensure our Education Programs are accessible to every student. We continue to develop relationships with experienced educators who contribute to this goal. We welcome and value feedback. Each elementary school served by our Education Programs is ADA-compliant.


The first Saturday matinee of each Subscription Series production will include ASL interpretation:
MY BROTHER WAS A VAMPIRE: Saturday, November 5, 2022 at 4pm
GO HOME COME BACK: Saturday, February 25, 2023 at 4pm
FIRE!: Saturday, April 15, 2023 at 4pm

The second Saturday matinee of each Subscription Series production will be a sensory-friendly performance where houselights remain on and sound levels are lowered:
MY BROTHER WAS A VAMPIRE: Saturday, November 12, 2022 at 4pm
GO HOME COME BACK: Saturday, March 4, 2023 at 4pm
FIRE!: Saturday, April 22, 2023 at 4pm


We are in residence at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in downtown Salt Lake City. Two accessible parking spaces are available directly in front of the facility. A ramp leads to the fully accessible main entrance with an automated door. Once you enter the building, the automated accessible door to the box office is immediately to your right. Although the distance between these two automated doors is only about 15 feet, the main entrance to the facility is between them so there may be heavy foot traffic.

The lobby floors are cement and flat with no impediments. The hallway to the Studio Theatre, marked by large, illuminated signage, is on the right just past the two entrances to the larger Leona Wagner Black Box and just  before the entrance to the women's restroom. 

The lobby restrooms are accessible (although with standard sink heights). There is a single, accessible restroom available but, to be honest, it is not well located. Either the House Manager, Usher, or Plan-B staff member will happily assist you with access.

A double door is midway down the hallway to the Studio Theatre, which is opened when the house opens (seating begins). A large coat rack is available just past the double door. The Studio Theatre itself is a flexible, black box-style performance space. There is a 1/4” rise in the floor due to the threshold of the single, double-door entrance/exit to the theatre itself.

The House Manager, Usher, or Plan-B staff member will assist with the storage of walkers. Canes fit directly under the seating. All front-row seats are wheelchair accessible.


If you have not yet purchased a ticket, we will assist you with your ticket purchase when we respond to your Accommodations Request Form. All tickets purchased in connection with this form are fully exchangeable, based on seating availability. If you have already purchased a ticket, please note that in the "additional details" section below and we will ensure you have the print-at-home (which don't actually have to be printed: you may just display the ticket to the house manager via your smartphone) or digital-tickets-on-our-app option!


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If you are looking for the Artist Accommodations Request Form, you'll find it here.