Accessibility

Accessible ramps, elevators, parking, restrooms, water fountains and wheelchair seating are available for patrons with disabilities. Parking is located on the Mezzanine Level of the garage. Accessible restrooms are located on the First Level and Mezzanine Level.

Sound Enhancement

All theatres are equipped with an FM wireless system for hearing enhancement. Lightweight wireless headsets are available free of charge, with a refundable deposit, at Coat Check (open late October – April) or the Box Office.

Audio Described Performances

Selected performances, generally on a weekend matinee, are audio described for patrons who are blind or have low vision. Describers provide a live, objective, descriptive delivery of the visual elements of the performance in between the dialogue. A schedule is available at the Box Office.

Schedule of Audio Described Performances

Open Captioning

Caption Theatre is provided for selected performances for patrons who have hearing loss and may not benefit from hearing amplification or ASL (American Sign Language). The audible elements are shown on an LED sign, in real time, as each line is spoken or sung. Live captioning will be offered for select performances throughout the season. Reservations for this service should be made at the time of ticket purchase to ensure the best seating for this service. Contact the Box Office at ActorsTheatre.org or by phone at 502.371.0956.

Schedule of Opening Captioned Performances

Assistive Listening Devices

The theatres are equipped with an FM wireless system for hearing enhancement. Lightweight, wireless headsets are available free of charge at the Box Office, Coat Check (open late October – April) or from the House Manager on duty. A small deposit is required.

Large Print Programs

Large print programs are available in each of our theatre spaces. Made possible by a generous grant from the William E. Barth Foundation.


The most distinctive lobby is the Sara Shallenberger Brown Lobby in the former Bank of Louisville building, designed by New Orleans architect James H. Dakin and built in 1837. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1972. For its historic preservation, the Old Bank of Louisville building was recently chosen by the Congress to receive a grant from the Save America’s Treasures program administered by the National Parks Service. The interior sustains the exterior’s combination of powerful scale and delicate detail: this is one of the most magnificent spaces in Louisville and admirably serving as the main lobby for Actors Theatre.

Seating Charts


Pamela Brown Auditorium

Located on the First and Mezzanine Levels, the 633-seat Pamela Brown Auditorium is Actors Theatre’s largest theatre. Latecomers will be directed to temporary seating in the balcony (see seating chart).

Pamela Brown Auditorium
Seating chart

Pamela Brown Auditorium
A Christmas Carol
Seating chart

Bingham Theatre

Located on the First and Mezzanine Levels the 318-seat Bingham Theatre is arena style. Latecomers will be directed to the Mezzanine Level entrance where standing room is available until intermission.

Bingham Theatre
Seating Chart

Bingham Theatre
Dracula
Seating Chart

Victor Jory Theatre

Located on the Second Level, the 159-seat Victor Jory Theatre is the smallest theatre at Actors. Due to its intimate size and unique layout, latecomers cannot be seated until intermission.

Victor Jory Theatre
Seating Chart

*Should you need to leave the theatre during a performance, re-admittance and seating will be at the discretion of the House Manager so as not to disturb the audience and actors.

Actors Theater of Louisville
316 West Main St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Box Office: 502.584.1205
502.371.0956 TDD

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