Please let us know if there are ways we can assist during your visit at La Jolla Playhouse.
Please contact Patron Services with any questions: [email protected] or (858) 550-1010.
In order to give you the best experience, we ask that you arrive early for additional assistance.
La Jolla Playhouse provides accessible parking spaces in the 10-minute/visitor drop-off lot directly in front of the Weiss Theatre with additional spaces in lot P102 (directly across the street from the Theatre District) and P103 (Revelle College Dr at Scholars Dr). Accessible parking is FREE with a handicapped placard/license plate.
To assist patrons with accessibility to and from the parking lot, golf cart service can be provided; additionally you may pull into the 10-minute parking in front of the theatre. Please notify a La Jolla Playhouse staff member stationed out front or call/email Patron Services if a golf cart is needed for your specific performance: [email protected] or (858) 550-1010. The golf cart is typically available starting one hour prior to performance times.
Wheelchair seat locations can be purchased with one companion seat at all performances online or by phone; be sure to choose or request accessible seating when making ticket reservations. Please notify a House Manager or Usher once you arrive.
The Playhouse provides assisted listening devices, free of charge, at the Patron Services Center prior to performances (subject to availability).
For patrons who speak ASL, a live American Sign Language Interpretation is available at a performance during the run of each production. Please check the show page for ACCESS dates.
ACCESS supports the creation of an accessible Theatrical performance space where all patrons, of all abilities have the opportunity to experience a main stage production at La Jolla Playhouse, since 1996.
Live audio description is available at a performance during the run of each production. The audio description service includes a pre-performance reading from the program of the dramaturgy, biographies and production information as well as descriptions of all physical action in the play in real time, all being transmitted via a select channel on our assisted listening devices. We also conduct occasional pre-performance touch tours if there are props, costumes, set pieces that are integral to the story telling but difficult to describe in words. Please check the show page for ACCESS dates.
Photo credit: Russell Harvard and Meghan O’Neill in Tribes; photo by Kevin Berne.