Seating and Accessibility

Six Points Theater strives to make events and performances accessible to all patrons. Located in the Highland Park Community Center, 1978 Ford Parkway, St. Paul, MN 55116, our theater is fully accessible. For directions, parking, or public transit options, visit our Get Directions page. 

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Seating

Our intimate 149-seat theater allows all patrons to be connected with the story being told. AT THE CURRENT TIME, WE ARE ONLY SEATING UP TO 45% CAPACITY DUE TO SOCIAL DISTANCING AND COVID-19 PROTOCOLS. “Will Call” is in the rotunda on the main level (LEVEL M) of Highland Park Community Center, and the main entrance to the theater is on level 2 accessible by the elevator (LEVEL CR). There is a second entrance on the main level with a ramp into the theater. Row A seats and wheelchair seating are on ground level and do not require stairs to access.  Back row wheelchair seating accessible by elevator. For more details, look at the facilities map above, or call the Box Office at 651.647.4315. When ordering tickets, please specify any seating needs or preferences. 

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Hard-of-Hearing Seating

Our intimate theater allows a unique opportunity for patrons who are hard-of-hearing. While we recommend sitting in the front row for the best experience (less than five feet from the stage), no matter where you sit, you'll be within 25 feet of the stage. ASL performances are available upon request (more below). 

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Physical Accessibility Seating

Seating is available for patrons utilizing mobility assistance. Please inform the Box Office when purchasing tickets so they can assist you. Row A has the most legroom and floor space.

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Physical Accessibility Seating

Seating is available for patrons utilizing mobility assistance. Please inform the Box Office when purchasing tickets so they can assist you. Row A has the most leg room and floor space.

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Service Animal Seating

Service animals, such as guide dogs, are permitted at the Highland Park Community Center to assist patrons. Please inform the Box Office of your service animal when purchasing tickets. For the comfort of your service animal, we recommend purchasing a ticket on an aisle or in Row A. There are several nearby green spaces for walking service animals outside the Highland Park Community Center building.

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Wheelchair Seating 

Purchase wheelchair and companion seats over the phone. Please specify your needs so that we can arrange to have a companion chair placed if needed.

Special Services

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American Sign Language (ASL) Performances

American Sign Language interpretation by certified interpreters is offered upon request. Please contact the Box Office (info@sixpointstheater.org) to inquire or submit a request. Please notify us a minimum of 2 weeks prior to the performance for this service. 

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Physical Accessibility Seating

Audio Description (AD) is a form of audio-visual translation. Will Call has the needed equipment. Our interpreter will explain how to use the equipment and answer questions prior to the performance. Ask for special AD pricing at the time of your reservation. 

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Physical Accessibility Seating

Large Print programs are available free of charge at Will Call located in the rotunda as you enter the Highland Park Community Center. Low Vision seating is available in the front rows of the theater (more above). 

Ordering Tickets & Special Requests

Box Office: 651-647-4315. Please alert the Box Office of any special accommodations or assistance needed.