We strive to ensure our performances and facilities are accessible to all patrons. For additional information, assistance, or accommodation not listed below, contact our Accessibility Services at (405) 594-8268 or email accessibility@okcccf.com.

For Deaf or Hard of Hearing Patrons

Assistive Listening Devices

The Hudiburg Chevrolet Performing Arts Center is equipped with personal hearing amplifiers for all performances. Devices are distributed free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis from the event office, located next to the box office, starting one hour before the performance begins.

ASL Interpreters

ASL interpreters are available upon request with at least two weeks' notice by contacting accessibility@okcccf.com and indicating your performance date and time. These requests are subject to the availability of an interpreter and are provided at the discretion of management.

Closed Captioning

Closed captioning is available upon request with at least 4 weeks notice. Contact accessibility@okcccf.com or call (405) 594-8268 with your performance date and time. These requests are subject to the availability of a captioner and are provided at the discretion of management.

For Patrons with Limited Mobility

Accessible Entrances

Curb cuts are located directly in front of the main entrance and at the parking lot directly to the north of the building. The two northmost sets of doors have assisted opening and delayed closing capabilities.

Accessible Seating

Accessible seating is available for patrons who cannot transfer out of a mobility device. Tickets for accessible seating are available online, in person, or by phone.

The elevator to balcony seating is located at the south end of the main lobby.

Accessible Restrooms

Every public restroom at the Hudiburg Center has an accessible stall. Restrooms are located at the north and south ends of the main lobby.

Accessible Parking

Accessible parking is located in the surface lots on the north and east sides of the building. Patrons may drop off and pick up in the drive via Adair Blvd.

Mobility Device Policy

Mobility aids that cannot be stored safely within the patron’s seating area or for those patrons who transfer to a theatre seat will be stored outside the theatre as close as possible to the patron’s seat by the nearest usher. At intermission, ushers will make every effort to check in with patrons who may need their devices. At the conclusion of the performances, ushers will return the mobility aids to the patrons once the aisles have cleared.

Courtesy Wheelchairs

The Hudiburg Center has a limited number of courtesy wheelchairs available to patrons on a first-come, first-served basis. Patrons must have a companion assist in maneuvering the wheelchair around the venue. Patrons should inquire at the event office in the main lobby.

For Patrons with Other Accessibility Needs

Service Animal Policy

Service animals are permitted wherever people are allowed, unless the animal poses a direct threat to the health and safety of others, creates a fundamental alteration (such as interfering with the performance or patron experience), is not housebroken, or is not under the control of the person with the disability, as determined by management.

A service animal must be a dog that is trained to perform a task for the benefit of an individual with a disability. Under limited circumstances, a miniature horse may be permitted as a service animal. Patrons who have questions about ADA definitions or requirements should visit ada.gov.

Emotional support animals, comfort animals, therapy animals, and pets are not permitted.

Booster Seats

A limited number of booster seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis for performances at the Hudiburg Center. Booster seats may be checked out at the event office in the main lobby.