Starting 7/23/24, 7:30:00 pm: In the Silence Film Screening


Hearing Assistance

A t-coil induction hearing loop is installed in the TCR auditorium and can be used in all seats. Installation of the induction loop was made possible through the generous support of Myron and Esther Wilson.

For those without a hearing aid which can tune into the loop, a limited number of assistive listening devices are available on a first come first serve basis. Visitors may receive their device(s) at the will call window prior to showtime.

American Sign Language (ASL) Interpretation

TCR is proud to support our deaf and hearing-impaired community by providing live ASL interpretation for auditorium shows. This season’s interpreted performance schedule and information on ordering tickets may be found HERE.


Those that prefer to read or have access to the script may check one out from the box office for three days maximum. Script checkout requires that you have a ticket for the performance. Please call 319-366-8591 for more information.

Wheelchair Seating

There are six wheelchair locations in the auditorium and one wheelchair location in the studio and all of these spaces are reserved with a neighbor seat. To request this seating simply call the box office in advance.  When you arrive at the theatre you will find an automatic door on the right side of the main entry and ushers waiting just beyond the lobby doors to direct you to your seats.


The studio theatre is located in the lower level that is accessible by elevator. Simply ask an usher at the main entrance for directions and assistance to this alternate entrance upon arriving. The auditorium does not have elevator access so it is recommended to secure main floor seating if your preference is to not negotiate stairs.


Those patrons providing the box office an email address can receive a PDF version of the playbill in advance of the show, giving you the option to print, read or share the show information. Should you take advantage of this service, please consider it as replacement of a physical playbill when you arrive for the show in an effort to aid the theatre in reducing paper consumption and printing expense.

Seat Map