How was your experience?
It was a well acted, and very entertaining play. The venue was in a black box format so it was intimate and there was no bad seat in the house. There was seating in front of and the right and left of the stage. Plenty of parking as the building is an old school building so the same for restrooms. Handicap access is in the back, the front door has a lot of steps. The only negative I could give is that the risers accessing seating, were a bit high for short people, me, and my companion who is disabled and also short. Had there been an additional step, we would not have HAD to sit in the front row but that's a small thing, there is handicap access to the building and there was a ramp for anyone with limited mobility or in a wheel chair to access the seating area if they needed it but if mobility is an issue, then the front row is their only choice unless they can do the high step. The play is easily seen and enjoyed from the front row so it is not a hindrance.