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The Fisher Center aims to provide a positive, accessible, and inclusive visitor experience.

We invite you to reach out to the Box Office regarding accommodations—whether or not we’ve identified them below—and to discuss an arrival and seating plan that accommodates the specific needs of your party.

The Box Office can be reached by telephone at 845-758-7900 or via email at, Monday through Friday, from 10 am to 5 pm, as well as 1 hour before any performance.


Please try to arrive at least 30 minutes before showtime; this will allow you ample time to park and make your way to the theater. Accessible parking is available at all venues as well as wheelchair-accessible paths between the parking lot and theaters. You may also request accessible parking when placing your ticket order online or by phone.

Golf Carts 
Golf cart service is available for all public performances held in Sosnoff Theater to assist patrons between the parking lot and the theater. Please note that golf carts cannot run during lightning or other dangerous weather. If the carts are not running, please request assistance from a parking attendant, and a staff member will escort you to the theater.

Dropping off
Drivers accompanying guests with accessibility needs may drop passengers off for performances in Sosnoff and LUMA theaters. The path from the drop-off point to the theater is shorter and flatter than from the parking lot and is wheelchair-accessible. The drop-off point is located directly in front of the theaters, at the pull-off area on the entrance road in front of the large glass signs. This area is staffed by parking attendants, who can assist with drop-off and request additional help from front-of-house staff to escort patrons into the lobby or theater while drivers park.


Sosnoff Theater
Wheelchair-accessible seating is available in all seating areas for patrons in wheelchairs and their companions. There is an elevator to all levels of the Sosnoff Theater and a wheelchair lift is used to access front-row wheelchair seating.

Guests of Size
The seating in the center section of the first and second balconies consists of a long bench structure for each row. There are no armrests between the seats. Upon request/pending availability, we are able to offer a Guest of Size accommodation and reserve an adjacent seat to ensure the comfort of our patrons. There are steps up to this area of seating and ascending steps between the rows.

Sosnoff Seat Dimensions
Chairs in the orchestra and the parterre sections are approximately 18.5 inches wide from armrest to armrest and 18 inches deep. Chairs in the balcony boxes are 20 inches from armrest to armrest and 17 inches deep. The seating in the first and second balconies is bench seating (see above for more details).
View Sosnoff Seating Map

LUMA Theater
Wheelchair-accessible seating is available at all performances. Due to the flexible nature of this performance space, the exact location of wheelchair-accessible seating may vary from one production to the next. For questions about a specific production, please contact the Box Office during regular business hours.

LUMA Seat Dimensions
Chairs in LUMA theater are 17.5 inches wide from armrest to armrest and 17.5 inches deep.
View LUMA Seating Map

Olin Hall
Wheelchair-accessible seating is available in all seating areas for patrons in wheelchairs and their companions.
View Olin Seating Map


Wheelchair-Accessible Restrooms
Restrooms at all locations are wheelchair-accessible. Single-use restrooms are available at most locations. 

All-Gender Restrooms
Bard College and the Fisher Center support guests of any gender identity/expression in using the restroom of their choice. Additionally, all-gender restrooms are available at all venues.

Sosnoff Theater
An all-gender restroom is located in the House Right Lower Lobby, next to the elevator.

LUMA Theater
All-gender restrooms are located in the Lower Lobby, next to the elevator.


The LUMA and Sosnoff Theaters are equipped with Assistive Listening Devices using a radio frequency to increase the volume of performances for guests who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing. These devices are available by request at the Box Office.