When You Arrive
The Festival Stage
Located straight ahead as you enter the Grand Lobby doors. There are four doors to the orchestra level seating, two doors upstairs to balcony seating, and accessible entrances to which an usher will be happy to guide you.
The Octagon Stage
Located Downstairs and to the right with two entrances. Ushers are available to assist with accessibility.
Located in the Grand Lobby to the left of the Festival Stage entrances near the top of the stairs; it accesses the restrooms and all guest areas on the Octagon lobby level.
Located on the lower level near the Octagon Stage.
The Patrons’ Room
Patrons are invited to relax and enjoy their beverages before curtain time in the luxurious Patrons’ Room located to the left of the Grand Lobby.
All performances begin promptly. Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of the House Manager and are not guaranteed access to their selected seats until intermission.
The quiet enjoyment of the performance (please, no talking) is greatly appreciated by your neighbors and the performers. Ushers will be available during the show and at intermission at the back and middle of the theatre should you have concerns or require assistance. All mobile devices must be turned off or turned to silent mode during the performance. If a disruption occurs, devices will be confiscated and returned following the performance. The use of cameras (including cell phone cameras) and recording devices of any kind is strictly prohibited. Devices will be confiscated and returned following the show with the appropriate files deleted.
Assisted Listening Devices
Assisted Listening Devices are available to patrons for check out in the Gift Shop.
In case you find the theatre chilly, for a small donation you can rent a blanket from our Front of House staff. Your donation will go towards the upkeep and purchase of the blankets. All blankets must be returned before leaving the theater.
Leaving Your Seat During A Performance
Please be aware that patrons who leave their seats during the performance will be seated at the House Manager’s discretion or at intermission and might not be able to return to previous seats.
Help ASF conserve by reusing programs for another show, or returning them to an usher or collection bin at the end of a performance.
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Patrons should not leave valuables in their cars and should properly secure all other items, as the Alabama Shakespeare Festival is not responsible for property that is lost, stolen, or broken.