A minimum of 41 wheelchair and semi-ambulatory tickets are available throughout the Greek Theatre.
The Americans with Disabilities Act and several California State Laws were enacted to promote equal access for everyone. The Greek Theatre strives to provide accessible seating to our patrons needing specific accommodations and to ensure that wheelchair-accessible locations are reserved for guests who require such an accommodation.
The Greek Theatre will provide full wheelchair accessible seating in spaces or locations designated as such and no permanent fixed chair will be provided for these locations.
Accessible seating is available to those with mobility disabilities who require accessible seating because of their disability, at most price levels. This includes individuals who use wheelchairs, those who use other mobility devices, and people who cannot climb steps or walk long distances because of significant arthritis, or severe respiratory, circulatory, or cardiac conditions. Individuals who, because of their disability, cannot sit in a straight-back chair or those whose service dogs cannot fit under a non-accessible seat or lie safely in the aisle are also permitted to purchase accessible seats.
Individuals purchasing a ticket for an accessible seat may purchase up to three (3) additional seats for their companions in the same row and that are contiguous with the accessible seat. If contiguous seats have already been sold and are not available, the Greek Theatre will offer other seats as close to the accessible seats as possible.
For additional information regarding accommodations and services, please call the Box Office at 213-634-1122 or for faster service please email
Accessible Seating Locations
Accessible seating locations at the Greek Theatre include the following:
Section A Spaces for Wheelchairs
Row A seats 21-35 Space for wheelchair and companions
Row A seats 22-36 Space for wheelchair and companions
Row T 2-32 Space for wheelchair and companions
Row T 1-31 Space for wheelchair and companions
Row H 43-77 Space for wheelchair and companions
Row L 37-43 Space for wheelchair and companions
Outside aisle seats on both even numbered sections and odd numbered sections don’t have arm rest for patrons but are accessible seats. Those seats are below:
Row E41 and 44
Row G43 and 44
Row J 43 and 46
Row S 47 and 48
Assisted Listening Devices
Headsets are available free of charge (with a deposit) at the Guest Services Booth; ask an usher for assistance or reserve your headset in advance by calling 323-391-6001
Accessible parking is available in three locations (at the lowest price levels) at the Greek Theatre; behind the box office (very limited availability), in lot G, along Vermont Avenue and in the ADA overflow lot located on Commonwealth Drive. Parking lot entrances are off Vermont Avenue. All lots include spaces for rear-loading and side-loading vans and have accessible paths of travel to seating areas. Parking can be purchased through here. Greek Theatre parking is very limited, including accessible parking which frequently sells out in advance. Accessible parking is also available in the off-site shuttle parking lot located at Crystal Springs Drive/Los Feliz Blvd.
Sign Language Interpreter
After purchasing tickets, a request for a sign language interpreter can be facilitated through the Greek Theatre Box Office by calling 323-606-8106. A 3-week advance notice is requested.
Only service animals are permitted at the Greek Theatre. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) defines a service animal as any dog, such as a guide dog or signal dog that is individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability. This includes psychiatric service animals that are individually trained to provide service to individuals with psychiatric or neurological disabilities, such as preventing or interrupting impulsive or destructive behaviors. Service animals must be harnessed, leashed or tethered at all times, unless special circumstances exist, and will be required to rest in the seating area of the individual with a disability, rather than in the aisle. A Guest whose service animal poses a threat to the safety of other Guests and Employees, or whose animal is not housebroken, may be asked to escort the animal off the premises.