13 October 2017

T.O. Civic Arts: What About My Darn Walker?

So folks... Who's excited for tonight's production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat put on by the very talented and newly re-named 5 Star Theatricals in Thousand Oaks?


For those of you who have limited mobility such as myself you might be wondering... so how does the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza handle walkers, wheelchairs, etc.? Easy Peasy.

I just got off the telephone with a gentleman at the box office (805-449-2787) who could not be nicer. He said that:
- the ushers will escort you to your seats
- take your walker/wheelchair/conveyance to the rear of the auditorium during the show
- bring you your walker/wheelchair/etc. during intermission and at the end of the production

How easy is that?? So if that is a nagging worry for you, cross it off your list and instead go buy yourself a ticket or two to see the limited production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat starring Patrick Cassidy as Pharaoh and featuring choreography by Dave Scott.

see you there! x

Update: I was recently at a production where the fire alarm was set off and everyone had to leave the auditorium in a hurry. No elevators were working in either the theater or the parking garage and it left me thinking -- what happens to those of us who are stuck upstairs or have parked in the upper levels of the garage? Thankfully I was with someone who could navigate the stairs and bring the car to me but it left me wondering... hmm..