The parking lots surrounding Spokane Civic Theatre are privately owned and require a parking fee. Please pay the attendant or kiosk, otherwise you will be ticketed.
Both the Main Stage and Studio Theatre are accessible to patrons using wheelchairs. When you puchase your ticket, please inform the box office that you require a wheelchair accessible seat.
The Main Stage also has Assistive Hearing Devices thanks to a generous donation from Columbia Hearing Centers of Spokane and Phonak Hearing Systems. If you have hearing difficulties, ask one of our staff about our assistive hearing devices. You need only leave a piece of identification with staff while the device is in your possession.
Cellular phone and pages disrupt performances. Please silence cell phones and pagers before the performance and refrain from texting.
Doctors and others who may need to be contacted in an emergency may leave the Box Office number (509) 325-2507 with their call services. Be sure to give your name and seat numbers to the House Manager if you expect to be contacted.
Photography, sound recordings, and video recordings are prohibited during the performance.
As a courtesy to other patrons, LATE COMERS WILL NOT BE SEATED IN THEIR TICKETED SEATS once the play has begun. Late seating is at the discretion of the house manager.
Children under five years of age (including babes-in-arms) will not be admitted to the performance.
Municipal codes prohibit smoking in areas of public assembly. This includes any area within 25 feet of a public entrance.
To ensure your safety in case of fire or any other emergency, Spokane Civic Theatre requests that you familiarize yourself with the exit route nearest to your seat.
Spokane Civic Theatre is fully accessible to patrons with impaired mobility. Please notify the box office of special needs when you purchase your ticket.