Gerald W Lynch Theater drop-off address:
524 W 59th Street between 10th and 11th Avenue, NYC 10019
Pick-Up/Drop-Off and Accessible Entry:
Theater entrance on 59th Street accessible by ramp.
When ordering tickets please specify if you require a wheelchair location or if you will transfer from a wheelchair. Wheelchairs, walkers, and canes will need to be stored during performances. Ushers will store mobility devices and return to patrons at intermission and the conclusion of the performance.
Seat Width: 17.5 inches.
Leg Room: 14 inches.
Orchestra level is accessible from the 59th Atrium. Entrance is behind the Row P, – the row accessible to patrons with wheelchairs. Wheelchair drive-in spots are P101-103, 124-125. Companion seats should be purchased in Row O. No freestanding chairs are allowed in the theater. Orchestra level seating is raked; there is one step down per row.
Balcony level is only accessible by climbing two flights of stairs. There are no elevators.
Accessible men’s and women’s restrooms are on the lobby/street level. An accessible unisex restroom is located on the 1st floor, inside the Wellness Center, L.68.
Accessible on lobby/orchestra level.
Assistive Listening Devices:
Infrared assistive listening devices (headsets) are available at the coat check. Must present a valid photo ID.
Located on the 6th floor of Haaren Hall, room 630.
We are happy to serve patrons and their service animals. Only service animals will be allowed on campus and must stay under the patron’s assigned chair, and not in the aisle under any circumstances. The College and Theater adhere to ADA rules pertaining to service animals: link. For easy accommodation, please alert the box office when buying your tickets or contact the Patron Services Coordinator in advance at 212 237 8220.
Gerald W. Lynch Theater524 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019
Phone: (212) 237-8005
Please note: The Gerald W. Lynch Theater does not operate a box office. If you are interested in buying tickets for a show, please visit the website for the event.
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