Miller Auditorium places the highest priority on the comfort and safety of its patrons. To this end, Miller Auditorium recognizes the needs of persons with disabilities, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and subsequent modifications.

It is the intent of Miller Auditorium to meet or exceed the specific standard requirements for patrons with disabilities and communication disorders. Notice of special needs should be addressed when tickets are purchased so that Miller Auditorium may serve all patrons properly.

For more information on accessibility at Miller Auditorium, browse the menu below. Or contact Shannon Rininger , Patron Services Manager at (269) 387-2320.

Select topics from the menu at the left to learn more about accessibility at Miller Auditorium. If you have more specific questions, please call our ticket office at (269) 387-2300.

Purchase Tickets

Seating for patrons with special needs is available only at the Miller Auditorium Ticket Office.

Tickets may be purchased in person or by calling (269) 387-2300 or (800) 228-9858.

Voice & TDD services are available through the Michigan Relay Center at (800) 649-3777.

Please inform the customer service representative that you would like to purchase accessible seats and of any other special requirements that will make your visit to Miller Auditorium more enjoyable.

Mobility Services

Miller Auditorium is equipped with a barrier-free entrance and drop-off area. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for transport from car to theatre. An ample number of accessible parking spaces are available on each level of the parking ramp. Accessible restrooms and drinking fountains are available on the Orchestra and Grand Tier levels. A unisex accessible restroom is available on the Orchestra level next to the Ticket Office. An elevator is available in the lobby with access to all levels on house right. Accessible and companion seating is available on all levels.

Wheelchair space with adjacent seating for a companion is available in Zone I of the Grand Tier and in Zone II of the Orchestra level and is available on a first-come, first-served basis. During the week of an event or if an event is sold out, any seats not sold to patrons with disabilities are released for general sale.

Visual Services

Every effort will be made to accommodate special seating requests for patrons with visual disabilities. Guide dogs are welcome. Please inform the customer service representative when you are purchasing tickets if you would like an aisle seat.

Audio Services

Miller Auditorium is equipped with an FM assistive listening system. Headsets are available free of charge at the coat check on the Orchestra level simply by presenting identification.

Sign language interpretation is available for most performances. Requests for sign language interpretation must be received by the Patron Services Manager one month prior to the performance and is subject to artist approval and availability of interpreter. If Miller Auditorium is unable to provide an interpreter, we will provide a complimentary ticket for the patron’s personal interpreter.