Kirby Interior Spotlight

The Theatre includes three levels (approximately 22,000 square feet), all of which are fully accessible to people with disabilities — both audiences and Theatre employees alike. There are two entrances to the building, both of which are ramped for people using wheelchairs, and elevators offer access to all public spaces. A second elevator was installed on the bottom floor providing access from the Green Room and dressing rooms to the stage. A total of eight wheelchair positions are available in the Theatre, and Braille signage appears throughout the building wherever public signs are posted.

Take a virtual tour! The Google Tour program is made possible in part by support from Kessler Foundation, in partnership with the New Jersey Theatre Alliance.

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Additional Features of the Theatre

  • An intimate auditorium with 308 seats; excellent sight-lines to the stage and no seat more than 32 feet from the stage
  • A grand lobby, featuring two dramatic walls of glass casting a glow on theatre evenings
  • Exhibition space for artwork in the James R. Gillen Petite Promenade
  • The Sir John Gielgud Green Room for actors
  • State-of-the-art technical features, up-to-date lighting and sound systems and excellent acoustic design
  • Outdoor patio space where patrons relax and socialize before and after performances
  • An intimate VIP "Treehouse" Lounge for donors at the $1,000 level, open before performances and during intermission.
  • A stage lift, two catwalks, two side box booms, and a central lighting grid
  • "The Studio" rehearsal space
  • Full accessibility with basement-to-balcony elevators
  • Wheelchair seating in both the orchestra and balcony
  • A backstage lift from dressing rooms to the stage, for actors with physical disabilities
  • An infrared listening system for the hearing impaired

The 2023 Main Stage Schedule:

More Info for A Midwinter Night's Dream
December 6 - 31, 2023
A Main Stage Production

A Midwinter Night's Dream

By William Shakespeare

A Main Stage Production