The Adobe Theater offers accessible seating options for patrons in wheelchairs. Due to a limited number of wheelchair accessible seating options, please call the theater box office at 505-898-9222 to purchase your tickets. By purchasing tickets over the phone, we can ensure that your reservation is properly noted and the space is reserved for you (and your companions) when you arrive.
A limited number of wheelchair seats are available in two locations:
1) **First row (stage level) on the right and left side of the stage floor. Companion seating is available adjacent to these seats.
**Restrictions may apply: We will try to accommodate wheelchairs on the stage floor if they do not appreciably block the view of patrons seated behind them. If the wheelchair does block others' vision, we will ask that you sit in the peripheral seating area so that all of our patrons may enjoy the show. We appreciate your understanding in this area.
2) Peripheral Seating area: Behind the low wall stage left/right - tickets for these seats are $11. If you prefer these seats, you may request them when you make your reservation. Companion seating is available in close proximity to these seats.
Please contact the Box Office if you need to request special accommodations for wheelchairs or other mobility issues.
Service animals and guide dogs...
are welcome in the theatre provided they do not disrupt the performance. We have four aisle seats in the third row that will accommodate your service animal in a comfortable down stay position while you enjoy the show. Due to fire code regulations and the comfort of all of our patrons, we can only accommodate service animals in these four aisle seats or in our peripheral seating area behind the main seating area.
Please call the theater box office at 505-898-9222 to purchase your tickets so that we can ensure that your reservation is properly noted and the space is reserved for you (and your companions) when you arrive.
|Calling ahead and informing us about your service dog ahead of time is important. During some shows the actors may use the aisles or special effects may be done from various places in the audience seating. If we are prepared for you and your canine companion, we can be sure that you are seated in an area where your service dog and our performers will be kept safe from any potentially dangerous situations.|
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