ETC is a resale marketplace, not a venue. Prices may be above face value. Get acquainted with Keller Auditorium by using our seating chart below. This seating map features a complete layout of Keller Auditorium seats and the locations of different ticket tiers. Keller Auditorium Seat Numbers — Loge, Orchestra, Mezzanine and Balcony Seating Theater seating is often arranged so that lower seat numbers are located closer to the center of the stage, while higher seat numbers are further from the center of the stage.
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For Patrons and Visitors with Mobility Disabilities Entrances All of our buildings have accessible entrances, as well as elevators that operate between the street level and upper floors. You can purchase wheelchair seating by phone, in person, and online. Patron Drop-off Zones Curbside drop-off zones are located in front of each building to allow patrons easy access to the theatres. Courtesy Wheelchairs Patrons who wish to transfer from a vehicle at the curbside drop-off zone to the theatre seating area may request a courtesy wheelchair from the Coat Checkroom of each venue.
We strongly recommend that patrons who do not normally use a wheelchair bring a friend or companion to assist them in maneuvering the wheelchair around the theatres.
Accessible Restrooms All theatre buildings have public restrooms that are wheelchair accessible. Companion care and non gender-specific restrooms are located in the Antoinette Hatfield Hall and Keller Auditorium.
We distribute devices free-of-charge on a first-come, first-served basis with ID at the Coat Checkroom of each building.
Sign Language Interpretation We schedule sign language interpretation for select events throughout the year. Tickets to some shows may not be on sale at this time. Check event pages for details.
We also offer sign language interpretation upon request. Requests are subject to the availability of an interpreter, and seating locations are assigned at the discretion of management. Bank Broadway in Portland performances. The service is available for anyone sitting in a designated area that allows a clear view of captioning on a screen. You do not need to bring your own special equipment. Because of this, open captioning is considered passive assistance and is part of the Universal Design concept, which means that it can be used by all people regardless of age and ability.
These requests are subject to the availability of a captioner, and seating locations are assigned at the discretion of the management.
Using a single earpiece connected to an assistive listening device ALD , patrons who are blind or have low vision can listen to trained audio describers give live, verbal descriptions of actions, costumes, scenery, and other visual elements of a performance. Patrons who wish to listen to the description may pick up a headset free-of-charge, on a first-come, first-served basis, with ID from the Coat Checkroom of each building.
These requests are subject to the availability of a describer, and seating locations are assigned at the discretion of the management. We welcome guests with disabilities who wish to bring their service animals into the theatres and public lobbies with them. Examples of common tasks and work provided by service animals may be guiding a person who is blind, attending a person who is deaf, drafting or pulling wheelchairs, alerting and protecting a person experiencing a seizure, reminding a person with mental illness to take prescribed medications, or calming a person with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD during an anxiety attack.
Service animals are working animals, not pets. Emotional support, therapy, comfort, or animals that provide comfort just by being with a person are not considered service animals because they have not been trained to perform a specific job or task. Admission procedure While not required, we welcome advance contact by guests who use a service animal dog or miniature horse prior to purchasing tickets or prior to attending a performance. Our goal is to be helpful so that the guest and service animal are comfortable.
If it is not readily apparent to admissions staff that the animal is a trained service dog or miniature horse, staff will ask: Is the service animal required because of a disability? We confirm that the service animal is leashed, harnessed, or tethered and in the control of the person at all times.
If the service animal is not under the control of the person—including aggressive or erratic behavior, barking, not housebroken—the service animal will not be admitted, or if the service animal is already inside the building, we may ask that the animal be removed.
We hope your visit will be an excellent experience.
Keller Auditorium Seating Chart