Mainstage Theatre: The Mainstage has no designated parking location – patrons should park along Main Street or in nearby public parking spaces. A passenger loading / unloading area is reserved in front of the Mainstage for each performance. The nearest ramp onto the sidewalk is in front of the Cliffside Patio, just north of the Mainstage.

Ruth Humphreys Brown Theatre: There are two designated ADA spots available in the dirt lot south of the Ruth Theatre; additional ADA parking is available in the Kentucky Belle Market parking lot across the street. Passengers may load and unload in the dirt lot, or along the street near the entrance to the lot.

Building Access

Mainstage Theatre: The first floor of our historic Mainstage Theatre is fully accessible, including main entryways, lobby, restrooms, and the auditorium. The balcony seating area and second, third, and fourth floors are only accessible via staircase.

Ruth Humphreys Brown Theatre: Constructed in 2009, all public spaces in the Ruth theatre are fully accessible. There is ramp access to the south lobby door.

Wheelchair Seating

Mainstage Theatre: Seats C11 and C12 in the Orchestra are designated wheelchair seating, with seats D11, D12, and D13 designated for companion seating.

Ruth Humphreys Brown Theatre: Seats A201 and A202 in Orchestra Section 2 are designated wheelchair seating, with seats B201, B202, and B203 designated for companion seating.

Assisted Listening Devices

Mainstage Theatre: Assisted Listening Devices are available for all performances in our Mainstage Theatre. Please come to the Box Office upon arrival for the performance to pick up a device – we will ask to hold a driver’s license or credit card until the device is returned.

Ruth Humphreys Brown Theatre: Please note that Assisted Listening Devices are not yet available in this theatre.

Service Animals

If you plan to attend a performance with your service animal, please let us know at the time of reservation. Pets are not permitted in CRT venues.


If a member of your party has any access needs, please let us know by completing the Accessibility Questionnaire during your online ticket purchase or reaching out to our Box Office team at / (719) 658-2540.

American Sign Language Interpreted Performances

Every season, we host an ASL Weekend which provides one ASL-interpreted performance of each show.

2024 ASL Weekend: July 13-14, 2024

July 13 at 1pm – Prima’s Guide to Funerals + Pre-Show Talk and Chat Back

July 13 at 7pm – Young Frankenstein

July 14 at 1pm – Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery

July 14 at 7pm – The Importance of Being Earnest

During ASL–interpreted performances, American Sign Language interpreters are located near the stage. Patrons using this service will be seated in an area that gives the best sight lines to follow both the interpretation and the action on stage.

Seating in the designated ASL area (denoted by an ear icon) may be purchased online or contacting the Box Office at / (719) 658-2540 (voice).

For any questions, please reach out to the Box Office or EDI Co-Chair, Jenni Harbour, at

Sign Language Interpreter Services - Disability and Access