Accessible or ADA seating may be available at this venue through Goldstar. Contact us before buying tickets to make arrangements.
Wheelchair Accessible. There is an elevator in the building.
520 Shelton Theater Tips
- Casual 10
- Dressy 2
- Take public transit 9
- Parking is cheap 1
- Parking is free 1
- Dine before you go 2
- Food and drinks for purchase 2
Don't sit stage right near the top because the music sometimes drowns the dialogue
I wore Jeans ,low heel boots, upscale top.casual top would've been fine too. Warm inside theatre..
There are steep stairs down to the theater. There is an elevator but be sure it's functioning (which means the gate and door have to be closed (on the second floor or the basement) before it can be sent to the street level. If it doesn't come in a minute, someone has to close the gate on whatever floor the elevator is on before the person who needs the elevator can it.
The blackboard upstairs read that this performance was in "the cabaret." Those of us who arrived early congregated at that end of the room to garner good seats when the doors opened. In fact, it was in the space at the opposite end of the room and those who arrived later entered first for open seating. People who arrived well after the performance began, walked right in front of the singers. One couple had even stopped at the bar before interrupting! BTW: the bathrooms are on the street level and upstairs. Use them before you make the steep descent if your event is in the basement