Springfield Little Theatre at the Landers is committed to making our facility accessible to all guests. If you have any questions about our provided services, please contact the Landers Theatre Box Office at (417) 869-1334.
Please Note: It is imperative that you inform the Box Office of any accommodations that you may have at the time of your ticket purchase, as the representatives are not able to ask anything ADA-related unless you inform them of your needs. Guests requiring accommodations are strongly encouraged to purchase their tickets by calling or in person at the Landers Theatre Box Office.
Wheelchair Accessible Entrance
The wheelchair accessible entrance to the Landers Theatre is located to the west of the main entrance at street level and is marked accordingly.
The Landers Theatre has wheelchair accessible seating on the orchestra level as well as corresponding companion seats. In addition, there are also seating options for guests with visual, hearing and mobility impairments. To ensure the best seating option, guests are encouraged to inform the Box Office of any special seating needs at the time of their ticket purchase.
Please Note: Most seating locations in the auditorium require the patron to walk on an incline or use stairs to access their seats.
The Landers Theatre is equipped with accessible restroom facilities on the orchestra level only.
Assistive Hearing Devices
Springfield Little Theatre is proud to offer induction loop hearing devices at no charge to patrons. Hearing devices must be secured through the Landers Box Office with a photo I.D. Our system is also available on your personal hearing device by switching to the T-Coil setting.
This project was made possible by the Sertoma Club of Springfield and generous community donations. Springfield Little Theatre is honored to be a part of Sertoma’s Sound Investment advocacy campaign, a national campaign dedicated to making the sounds through public address and amplified systems in public facilities readily accessible to those that use hearing assistive devices. For more information on this campaign, click here.
For a brief overview on how a hearing loop system works and about Sertoma’s Sound Investment advocacy campaign watch the video below.
Video courtesy of Sertoma Inc. and Hearing Charities of America; Kansas City, Missouri.
Service animals are welcome and must remain on a leash or in a harness at all times. If you intend to bring a service animal to the Landers, please notify the Box Office at the time of purchase so that an appropriate seat may be reserved for you.
For more information contact the Box Office at (417) 869-1334 or firstname.lastname@example.org.