Free assistive listening devices—both earbuds and neck loops—are available in the lobby prior to the performance by exchanging a license or credit card. No advance reservations required.
Scripts for the hearing-impaired are available in the box office.
Berkeley Rep is wheelchair-accessible. Please see our seating charts for wheelchair seating locations.
We offer open captioning for one or more performances of each play, viewable from at least 25 seats. Open captioning is state-of-the-art technology that displays text of an actor’s speech at the same time the actor is speaking. Audience members don’t need to have any special equipment to see the displayed text. See the show calendars for open captioning performance dates, and call 510 647–2949, Tuesday through Sunday, noon to 7pm if you have questions or wish to reserve seats.
Partial support for open captioning provided by Theatre Development Fund.
We are proud to offer three performances of Tribes that feature a team of ASL interpreters. Purchase tickets online using the links below, or call 510 647–2949, Tuesday through Sunday, noon to 7pm.
Signed performances of Tribes are scheduled for
How can we help you?
Need a specific accommodation? We’re happy to work with you—please call the box office at 510 647–2949 and let us know how we can help.
On the Thrust Stage no seat is more than 44 feet from the stage.
In the Roda Theatre the farthest seat is only 49 feet from the stage.
In the Osher Studio every seat is close to the stage; the farthest seat is only 30 feet away.
Box office contact info
2025 Addison St
Berkeley, CA 94704
We offer many services to make our performances accessible. Please see this page for details.
Berkeley Rep shows often contain adult content. If you have any questions or concerns about the appropriateness of our shows for young people, we encourage you to contact our box office directly. We’re happy to answer your questions.