Parking, Accessibility, & Dining Options: Everything You Needed To Know About Saturday Night (And Weren’t Afraid to Ask)

by monicagebell on May 10, 2017

Thinking ahead, are you? Trying to plan where you might park and dine and get to LTYM on time? Here are your questions, answered!

I haven’t purchased a ticket online. Can I buy a ticket at the door? When? How can I pay for it?

We will only be accepting credit cards this year. We cannot accept checks or cash. Doors open at 7 p.m. for day-of ticket sales and admission. Please arrive with plenty of time to spare, as we did sell to capacity last year. If you are not comfortable with purchasing tickets online but don’t want to risk not getting seated, please email Gebell.monica@gmail.com no later than Saturday at 4 p.m. with your phone number, and we will contact you.

Tickets at the door will cost $25. (They are $18.50 until the day of the show.) Seating is General Admission.

Where will I park?

We have four main options for parking:

    • The Jewish Federation is located at East Ave. and Sibley; once you pull into the lot, and go toward the back, you’ll see several available spaces. We are not responsible for any vehicles or property that is left in this lot during the show.
    • The Third Presbyterian Church is at East Ave. & Meigs; NOT AVAILABLE! They will be used by the Strathallen this weekend. 
    • The Lyric’s lot is small (30 spaces), but available: entrance to the left of the building on East Ave.
    • There is a parking lot across from the Lyric Theater on Prince Street. Look for the sign that says Lyric.
    • Pathstone Enterprise is located off of Prince Street, and there is some parking there as well. 
  • You may also choose to park on Prince Street.

Is there a handicap-accessible entrance and seating?

Once you turn from East Avenue on to Prince St., you will see a semi-circle; there is a handicapped-accessible entrance, elevator to the main floor, and seating at the front of the house in the Lyric. Please call or text 585-319-2008 if you would like assistance.

I understand there is ASL interpretation available. Where is the seating for deaf or hearing-impaired attendees?

When you enter the Lyric’s main house, you will see one of our two interpreters standing by the stage, on the right. The general front-right area of our theater is best for you.

How long is the show?

Ours is a 90-minute show. There is no intermission.

I’d like to bring my young daughter or son to the show. Is that appropriate?

We recommend that this is an 18+ show, due to the intensity of some of the content, and some language. There’s nothing offensive; however, you may want to consider if your young one is mature enough to listen through a 90-minute show without an intermission.

Where might we eat before the show that’s close by?

Check out these East End joints (link below).

Restaurants

Any other questions? Please drop us a note, below! Thanks, and see you soon at the gorgeous Lyric Theater!

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