As the region's premiere performing arts venue, the Flynn is committed to making our facility and programs accessible to all in our community. The Flynn's programs include more than 60 Main Stage and Flynn Space shows, a Student Matinee Series, and year-round arts education classes and camps. For events presented at our facilities that are not sponsored by the Flynn, our staff will make every effort to facilitate access between patrons and the event sponsor.
Please request all access services when ordering tickets through the Flynn Box Office at 802-863-5966 or in person at 153 Main Street, Burlington, VT. Relay calls are welcome by calling the Vermont Relay Service by dialing 711 or calling 800-253-0191 TTY. The Box Office is able to offer accessible and companion seating on the web for certain events. Customer service can also be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about accessibility services at the Flynn, please call 802-652-4500 (voice/relay calls welcome).
If our regular theater seats do not meet the needs of someone in your party for any reason, please request accessibility accommodations in the field provided at checkout, or contact the Box Office by phone at 802-863-5966 or visit 153 Main Street, Burlington, for assistance.
All presentations have accessible and companion seating available upon request. All Main Stage events include personal curbside assistance on request. Please request when ordering tickets.
An accessible elevator is available for access to Flynn Space, the Flynn administrative offices, and Hoehl Studio. Please note that there is no elevator access to Main Stage balcony seating; ticket holders in this section must walk one flight up.
Accessible restrooms are located in the Flynn Main Stage lobby, lower Flynn Space lobby, Chase Dance Studio, Hoehl Studio, and Flynn administrative offices.
The Flynn is equipped with both FM and induction loop hearing systems for patron convenience. FM wireless headset receivers are available free of charge at the concession stand. If your hearing aids have a Tele-Coil switch, simply turn the switch on and sound is streamed directly to your hearing aids.
Selected Flynn Main Stage season and Student Matinee Series productions are interpreted in American Sign Language (ASL). Call 802-863-5966 (voice/relay calls welcome) for a schedule or to request services at an upcoming event.
Large-print and Braille programs for Flynn events are available upon request with 10 business days’ notice.
Selected Flynn productions are audio described. Call 802-863-5966 (voice/relay calls welcome) for a schedule. The Flynn thanks the Vermont Council of the Blind for providing audio description services for selected events.
Sensory-friendly performances are designed to create an experience that is welcoming to all individuals with autism or disabilities that create sensory sensitivities. Social stories, break spaces, and sensory-friendly materials are available at all times for any show.