Accessible or ADA seating may be available at this venue through Goldstar. Contact us before buying tickets to make arrangements.
Shows at Stage II have lifts that go up and down the stairs.
Charles Playhouse provides handicapped seating with special arrangements made directly through the theater. Patrons can be dropped off and picked up in front of the theatre. The street has no accessible parking at this time. The distance to walk will vary based on parking location and can be anywhere from one to two blocks.
About Charles Playhouse
The Charles Playhouse has had a long and varied history in Boston’s Theatre District since its beginnings. The venue was originally designed and built in 1839 as the Fifth Universalist Church, later became the first synagogue in Boston, a speakeasy during Prohibition and a fashionable Post-WWII nightclub. The Playhouse is the current home of Boston’s long-running hits, the critically acclaimed Blue Man Group and one of the longest running plays in American History, “Shear Madness.”
Children ages 3 or younger are not permitted at this show. Your tickets may be given away if they are not claimed up to 15 minutes after the show starts. Balcony seating has limited view.
176 Charles Playhouse Tips
- Casual 9
- Dressy 2
- Festive 1
- Take public transit 1
- Call a cab 1
- Arrive early 1
- Dine before you go 2
- Food and drinks for purchase 2