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New Victory strives to make our programs, performances and spaces accessible.

If you have questions, need assistance or need an accommodation not mentioned, please contact us.

For public performances and family workshops:

Sam Eckmann, Assistant Director of Ticket Operations

For school performances and teacher workshops:

Asha John, Senior Education Programs Manager

Patrons with Limited Mobility

Entrance: Our wheelchair-accessible entry features a lift and is located on the right side of the main entrance, marked by two wooden doors. Please call 646.223.3010 if you need assistance.

Seating: Wheelchair-accessible seating is available in the Orchestra Level and Balcony boxes. Easy Transfer seats with raise-able armrests are also available in the Orchestra for individuals who want to transfer into a theater seat and have their wheelchair stowed.

Steps: The main entrance has three stairs up to the Orchestra, and there are four steps down to access Mezzanine seating and eleven steps down to access Balcony seating.

Elevator: The elevator services the Lower Level (restrooms and lockers), Orchestra Level (ground floor), Mezzanine Level (2nd floor) and Balcony Level (3rd floor) of the theater.

Patrons with Sensory Sensitivities

Adapted for individuals on the autism spectrum, with sensory sensitivity or anyone who may benefit from a relaxed theater experience, these performances feature adjusted lighting and sound and an inclusive, judgment-free environment with trained staff and supports.

Sensory-Friendly Performances

See upcoming sensory-friendly performances and access sensory-support materials.

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Patrons Who Are Deaf or Have Hearing Loss

In partnership with Hands On, select performances in our season are interpreted in American Sign Language (ASL) by professional interpreters near the stage.

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Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive listening devices are available at every performance. To borrow one, speak to a House Manager or Usher.

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Patrons Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision

Through a small earpiece, trained describers will provide necessary detail by describing the live action between the actors’ dialogue.

A select number of seats are available for patrons who require a seat close to the stage due to low vision or other visual needs.

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New Victory Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of the New Victory Theater and see inside our lobbies and auditorium.

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Digital Content

Our New Victory Arts Breaks are captioned in English.