We believe that theatre should be accessible to all.

Please notify the Box Office of your needs when ordering your tickets so we can do our best to accommodate you. Our already low ticket prices preclude us from offering discounts for patrons with special needs.


For Patrons With Mobility Concerns

Everyman Theatre is ADA compliant, offering a gently sloping ramp into the Lobby and Theatre, with step-free access to seating. We offer accessible bathrooms, one of which can provide a personal private facility if needed. We also offer early seating for patrons with mobility concerns.

For Patrons Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing 

  Assistive Listening Devices: Everyman offers a limited amount of assistive listening devices for every show. These devices can be picked up at the Box Office prior to a performance. The Box Office will ask for a license or credit card as collateral while the device is being used, which will be returned to you when the ALD device is returned. The ALD system also works with T-coil hearing aids.

  ASL Sign Language Interpretation: ASL Sign Language Interpretation is provided upon request. We request two weeks notice in order to make arrangements with ASL interpreters for the performance. To request an ASL interpreter, please contact Box Office Manager Nadine Klatt at

  Closed Captioning Device: Everyman offers patrons complimentary iPod Touches with closed-captioning software installed on the device. These iPods can be picked up at the Box Office prior to a performance. When signing out the device, the Box Office will ask for a license to be held while the iPod is being used; this will be given back to you when the iPod is returned. The Simultext app is also available for patrons to download and use on their own iPod Touch or iPhone. (An Android app is currently not available.) Everyman also offers an optional, complimentary adjustable seat-mount to hold the iPod (or one’s personal iPhone) comfortably in front of the patron’s seat. Closed Captioning Devices are available at all performances. 
  Scripts: While reading a script in no way replaces the live theatre experience, patrons can request a script in advance to prepare for their trip to the theatre.

For Patrons Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision

  Large Print Programs: Complimentary Large Print programs are available upon request from the Box Office. No reservation is necessary, although if patrons notify us in advance, we can have Large Print programs set aside just for you. 

  Audio Description: Provided upon request with the support of Maryland Arts Access, Audio Description offers live description of the play's action and production elements between dialogue on stage. Requests should be submitted 10 business days prior to the desired performance. Please contact Box Office/House Management Supervisor Mike Watson at to make a request.

Please notify the Box Office of your needs when ordering your tickets.