780 Greenhouse Theater Center Tips
Free parking at a garage a block away. The Lion Pub next door a good pre or after show place.
John Barleycorn is less than a block from the theatre and had fabulous food and service. There is also free parking a few blocks away at the old Children's Memorial parking garage.
Not a lot of leg room in the seats. If you're over 5 ft tall you'll be uncomfortable.
For great burgers, Edno's is just down the block. Yummy milkshakes too
Mr. Shaw Goes to Hollywood
We ate before the play at John Barleycorn which is right down the street.
Have a Christmas greeting/wish ready before you go to the show.
easy free parking in parking structure less than 2 blocks north of the theater
We went to John Barleycorn before the show for lunch and it was convenient and delicious!
There is a parking garage with FREE parking about a block away from the theater. Don't waste your time looking for street parking.
Ate and drank before the show at the Lions Head pub next door. Good food and reasonably priced drinks.
O'Malley's West a few doors down was quiet before the show and offering $3 well drinks and cheap beer.
Park at the Old Children's Memorial lot during the show and for dinner. 5 hours parking is free.
The theater has beer and wine for sale as well as chips and candy which can be brought into the theater. Also, there are tons of bars on Lincoln Ave if you want to catch a few drinks before or after the show.
Initially I was seated on the side and there were occasional conversations between characters where someone's back was to me. It wasn't terrible, but I did move to an empty seat in the center section at intermission. You may want to do that at the start of the play if possible.
We were able to park free at the old Children's Memorial Hospital parking garage just a block north. And we were able to eat at a sandwich shop right across the street from the theater.
give yourself enough time to find street parking
Hank Williams: Lost Highway