The ByTowne auditorium and washrooms are fully accessible for patrons in wheelchairs. Both washrooms have accessible stalls, too. The only issue is that the doors to the men’s room are the old 30″ standard width, and there’s no automated door opener. There’s always someone nearby to open the door for you, though.
When you first arrive, ask our usher about the reserved spaces for wheelchairs. There are several different locations you can choose from.
Symbol to signify assistance for hearing impaired persons
For hard-of-hearing patrons, the ByTowne has an FM Audio Assist system. Receivers are available free of charge from the candy bar staff. The receiver clips on your belt or waistband and relays the sound to your ears via an earphone (you can use the one supplied, or for a better fit, bring your own earbuds; anything with a standard 3.5mm mini stereo plug will work). Patrons who have a hearing aid equipped with a T-coil should ask us for an induction loop (it fits easily around your neck) that sends the sound to your hearing aid.