SOPAC is committed to making the arts experience as complete and enjoyable as possible for all patrons. If you or a member of your party is in need of assistance please notify SOPAC at the time your tickets are purchased.
If you are planning to use any of the services available we ask that you make every attempt to arrive at the theatre at least 45 minutes prior to the performance start time.
SOPAC Box Office (973)313-2787
Patron & Ticket Services (973) 382-1028
Wheelchair Accessibility & Handicap Parking
Accessible seating is located on the Orchestra level. These seats are designated as such on the theatre seating chart and also when purchasing tickets online. Tickets for accessible seats may be purchased online, via phone, or in person.
If a member of your party is in a wheelchair please let us know if the chair is oversized, has any special equipment (i.e.: oxygen tank) or whether the party member can transfer from the chair to a theatre seat.
The Herb & Milly Iris Gallery,on the second and third floors, as well as the SOPAC Loft, on the third floor, are accessible via elevator. All restrooms in the building have accessible facilities.
There are eight (8) accessible parking spaces located in the SOPAC/NJ Transit parking lot. Please see the Parking Map for handicap parking locations. If necessary, patron drop-off and pickup at the main entrance is available, however, it must be arranged through the Box Office.
Large Print Programs
Large Print programs are available at SOPAC-presented performances.
Assisted Listening Devices
Assisted Listening Devices (ALDs) are available at performances that utilize the audio system. ALDs can be used free of charge, the Box Office will however ask that a driver’s license or other identification be left as a deposit.
An audio description of theatre performances are available on occasion. Patrons with vision loss may request an earpiece attached to a hand-held transistor and listen to a live, objective and concise description of the action on stage, in between dialogue and/or music. Call (973) 313-2787 or email boxoffice@SOPACnow.org to reserve your earpiece.
The Sunday, June 23 performance of American Theater Group’s The Bridges of Madison County will be audio described. Doors open at 2PM for the 3PM performance and there will be a 20 minute orientation starting at 2:10PM for patrons participating in audio description services.
American Sign Language
American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation is available upon request. Requests must be made through Audience Services by calling (973) 382-1028 or emailing boxoffice@SOPACnow.org at least two weeks prior to a performance.
Braille signage is in place throughout the building.
If you or someone in your party will attend an event with a service animal, please inform the Box Office so that we may ensure your reservation includes an aisle seat.
SOPAC does not currently have Open Captioning services available however, we are working towards providing this service at future programming.