Pillsbury House Theatre strives to be accessible to all patrons, in a variety of ways. If you need special accommodations not listed on this page or for more information about any of these services, please contact Chris Harrison, Director of Communications at 612-787-3622 or by email.
When purchasing tickets, please alert the box office to any accommodations or assistance needed.
All of our ticket prices for all patrons at all shows in the theatre at Pillsbury House are available as pick-your-price tickets. Pay what you want at any show. (Regular price=$25.)
Location and Transportation
The #5 bus going north stops right in front of our building at the southeast corner of 35th and Chicago. The southbound bus stops at the northwest corner. Our parking lot is free and located south of the Full Cycle Bike Shop at 3515 Chicago Avenue. Our neighborhood also has a lot of available free street parking.
The main entrance to our building is located in the middle of the building, facing Chicago Avenue, and is entirely wheelchair accessible.
Inside, our building is entirely ADA-compliant (from the box office to the restrooms and water fountains).
If you are using Metro Mobility, please alert our box office staff prior to the show. They will alert you in the theatre if your van arrives early or stay inside the building with you if your ride arrives late.
All seating is general admission, but if you need special accommodations we can reserve seats for you. Please let the box officer know when you purchase your tickets.
Pillsbury House Theatre has a total of 16 seats in our back row that can be reached without having to go up or down stairs. Note that the back row of our intimate theatre is no more than 15 feet from the stage.
Service animals, such as guide dogs, can be accommodated in this accessible area.
For the Low-Vision/Blind Community
Large print programs are available from the box office on request.
Audio-description is provided for one performance at every mainstage show. When purchasing tickets, please let us know if you will be using this service.
- The Children: Saturday, October 8, at 7:30 pm. By Laurie Pape Hadley.
For the Deaf Community and Hard-of-Hearing
American Sign Language-interpretation is provided for one performance at every mainstage show. When purchasing tickets, please let us know if you will be using this service.
- The Children: Saturday, October 1 at 7:30. By Jonella Titus and Breanna Colaianni.
Tactile ASL and SSPs for the Deaf-Blind need to be requested one-two weeks before the date of show attended.