***Effective June 25, 2018*** Traffic flow on 3rd Street has been adjusted to accommodate skywalk construction. The northbound lane on 3rd Street between 2nd and 1st Avenues is closed to through traffic. There is a reserved meter on the corner of 1st Avenue and 3rd Street for TCR patrons to facilitate drop-off and pick-up needs.
Theatre Cedar Rapids is located on the corner of Third Street and First Avenue in downtown Cedar Rapids.
102 Third Street SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
Nearby lots and parkades that are available for parking. All lots and parkades, except for the US Bank on 3rd st., are managed by downtown parking. Please note that the city does charge a fee to park in some lots on weekends.As always, please pay close attention to signage at all of these lots to avoid being ticketed.
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Theatre Cedar Rapids offers hearing assistance devices for “mainstage” Auditorium productions, and are available at will call prior to showtime.
Those that prefer to read or have access to the script may check one out for three days from the box office.
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 will 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.
For additional information or to inquire about services above, please call the Box Office at 319-366-8591 Monday-Friday 11 am – 5 pm.