Special Needs

For patrons with physical or mobility needs

Accessible seating is available in all three theatres. Special seating arrangements must be made in advance of the performance date​ through SCR Ticket Services at (714) 708-5555.

All certified service animals are welcome at SCR. Animals must be wearing service-identification gear. 

Accessible restrooms are located in the lobby.

Accessible parking is available in the parking structure* off Anton Boulevard on Park Center Drive. Parking is $1​2.

*NOTE: SCR does not operate the nearby parking structures.

For patrons with hearing assistance needs

The Segerstrom and Julianne Argyros stages offer assistive listening devices from Listen Technologies, and feature a rich, personalized sound from any seat in the house. This device works in conjunction with a personal hearing device. Headsets may be checked out from concessions in the lobby before the performance with a photo ID or credit card deposit (subject to availability).

American Sign Language (ASL)-Interpreted Performances

South Coast Repertory wants to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to have a great theatre experience ​and offers ASL-interpreted performances for the deaf, hard of hearing and ASL community. ASL patrons may purchase $2​0 tickets in the ASL section for these performances:

20​​2​1 Season Dates:

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
ASL Performance Thurs., July 22

American Mariachi 
ASL Performance Sun., July 25

For more information and tickets, please email SCR Ticket Services or call (714) 708-5555, mention code 198​11 and request to be seated in the ASL section.

MyASL Tickets

MyASL tickets combine SCR's MyStage program, which accommodates the tight budget of a young theatregoer, with the ASL-interpreted performances for the deaf, hard of hearing and ASL patrons.  Through MyASL, 15​-to​-25-year-olds may purchase up to two $10 tickets using code ​​​​​198​12.

Photo: Tim Bagley, ​Pamela J. Gray and Jenna Cole in SCR's 2018 production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang. Photo by ​Debora Robinson.