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ACCESSIBILITY

    Members of the Board and staff of ELTC believe that anyone who would like to attend an ELTC production, or would like to work for or volunteer their time to the company, should be able to do so.

     If anyone needs special accommodations, please call 609-884-5898 at least one week prior to the scheduled event so that members of the company can work to meet your needs.

     Scroll down for details about Accessibility.


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     Discount tickets are available to people with disabilities and their accompanying support companions.

     Playbills are available in large print format. Upon request, brochures, newsletters, and flyers can be created in large print, and are either hand delivered, mailed, or e-mailed to patrons. If requested, every effort will be made to have this information available on audio-tapes and delivered to the patron in a timely fashion.

     Copies of scripts are available in large print format and, in some instances, available by way of attachments to e-mail.

     Sign language interpreted performances are offered at select performances throughout the season.

     Sensory seminars are offered upon request and require usually at least eight hours notice. The patron is asked to be at the theatre an hour-and-a-half before the play begins.  

     There is accessible seating for service animals.

     An infrared audio amplification system is installed and receivers are available at the box office.

FACILITY ACCESSIBILITY

Parking and Drop Off Areas:

     There are two spaces, marked with the International Symbol of Accessibility, both van accessible, and paved. There is an accessible drop off/passenger loading area in front of the entrance.

Wheelchair Lift & Parking Lot Entrance:     There is a wheelchair lift near the parking lot, fully-operatable by one in the chair, able to take the person up to the second floor where the performance space is located, or to remain on the first floor. This entrance faces the parking lot. There is always a staff member present who knows how to operate this lift.

Street Entrance:

    The cement sidewalk to the main entrance meets the minimum requirements for accessibility, but the entrance has a non-accessible threshold. The doorway itself meets the minimum width requirements for accessibility and leads into a small landing.  From this landing are two small stairways with railings: one leading down to the restrooms and another leading to the vestibule, which serves as the theater’s lobby, box office area, and concession.      A staff person is always available to assist people with walking and visual difficulties up and down both sets of stairs.

Restrooms:

     There is an accessible restroom on the same level as the sanctuary.

Lobby Area: Box Office & Concessions:   

     The lobby is also the vestibule of the church, and is accessible. There are no phones in the vestibule. The box office manager has a cell phone for anyone who requests the use of a phone.

    The box office phone is in ELTC’s office, which is not in the church. There is no TTY telephone, but staff members who answer the phone are aware of the relay service that can be reached by dialing 711.

    The water fountains are on the lower level. Front of house staff give cups of water to those who have walking difficulties. Bottled water is also available in the lobby area.

The Sanctuary (ELTC’s performance space):

    The vestibule and doorway leading into the sanctuary meet requirements for accessibility. The stationary pews are not accessible and comfortable seating capacity is 150. The two main aisles are wide enough for wheelchair accessibility, and up to 10 wheelchairs can be accommodated.

Technical Facilities: Stage Area and Dressing Rooms:

     The entrance to the lounge and dressing room areas, as well as these areas, are accessible. The route from the lounge area to the stage is not wheelchair accessible from backstage. With the use of a portable ramp, a performer in a wheelchair can have access.

 

 

 
     

 

 

HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS:

CLICK on the Purple BUY TICKETS box on the left to purchase individual tickets, or season tickets through Ticketleap using a credit card, up to one hour before curtain.

Tickets may also be purchased by calling the theater's office at 609-884-5898 and using a credit card for payment, at the theater's Box Office, the Information Booth on the Washington Street May, or with a Dinner/Show or B&B/Show Package. (See boxed info below)!

The Box Office opens one hour before the show and is located inside the church entrance on Decatur Street. Reservations may be made by calling the theater's office at 609-884-5898, or by e-mail at eastlynneco@aol.com. Tickets will be held at the box office, with or without pre-payment.  For payment at the Box Office, ELTC accepts cash, personal checks, traveler's checks, and credit cards. 

SHOW PACKAGES are offered with several Cape May restaurants and accommodations where patrons save on the price of a meal and a ticket:

ACCOMMODATIONS-SHOW PACKAGES! (Tickets must be purchased at the B&Bs only.)

  • Blue Rose Inn & Restaurant (Web Site) 653 Washington St.: Book 2-might stay and receive 2 tickets for price of one = $30   For reservations: 609-435-5468
  • Beachcomber Camping Resort (Web Site) 462 Seashore Rd.: Stay 7 nights during Aug. 18-28, or 10 nights during Aug. 15-28, and receive 1 or 2 comp tickets  For reservations: 609-886-6036
  • The Henry Sawyer Inn (Web Site) 722 Columbia Ave.:  Stay at the inn and an ELTC costs only $20

           For reservations: 609-884-5667

  • Victorian Lace Inn (Web Site) 902 Stockton Ave.: Stay at the inn and an ELTC costs only $20 

           For reservations: 609-884-1772

DINNER-SHOW PACKAGES! (Tickets must be purchased at restaurants only)

  • Aleathea's, (Web Site) at The Inn of Cape May, 7 Ocean Street: $47 per person, includes dinner, tax, token gratuity, and ticket.  For reservations: 609-884-5555
  • Blue Rose Inn & Restaurant (Web site) 653 Washington St.: $50 includes 3 course Early Seating Dinner + ticket  (tax & gratuity not included)  For reservations: 435-5468

  • 410 Bank Street Restaurant (Web site) at 410 Bank Street: Dinner +  $15 ticket (1/2 general admission price) For reservations: 609-884-2127
  • Frescos - A Seafood Trattoria (Web Site), 412 Bank Street: Dinner + $15 ticket (1/2 general admission price) For reservations: 609-884-0366
  • Washington Inn (Web Site) 801 Washington Street: Complete Dinner anytime + ticket = $15 ticket (1/2 general admission price) For reservations: 609-884-5697

Ages 12 and under are admission-free at all times,
and these tickets may be picked up at the box office when attending the production.

PURCHASE SEASON TICKETS: 4 SHOWS FOR ONLY $80! (CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE)
Use 1 per show, or 4 per show, or any combo in between! Take your friends to shows!  HOWEVER, please call the box office (609-884-5898) regarding the evening you wish to attend to be sure of availability. These may be purchased at the box office, online through Ticketleap (see link above), or by mailing a check to East Lynne's office at 121 Fourth Ave., West Cape May, NJ 08204. If you send a check to the office, season tickets will then be mailed to you. Makes a great gift! Must purchase by July 1.

OTHER WAYS TO SAVE ON TICKETS: FLEXIBLE AND AFFORDABLE

  • 2 for 1 price of 1 general admission ticket on Fridays with "Discover Jersey Arts" Card To receive this card, go to JerseyArts.com.  Membership is free for the first 2 years, and $10 after that, but patrons have access to savings on cultural events throughout the state. (When making a reservation in advance, please let the Box Office know you are using this card.)
  • 2 for 1 price of 1 general admission ticket on Fridays with WHYY Card  To receive this card, patrons make a donation to this excellent public television station in Philadelphia. Other savings at other cultural events are also available with this card. (When making a reservation in advance, please let the Box Office know you are using this card.)
  • Group Rates available for a minimum of 10
  • NJ Arts Tix Click on this link to go to njArtsTix.org, where you can order tickets to East Lynne and other theaters and events in New Jersey, at great discounts, 24 - 48 hours before curtain time! ELTC usually has several half-price tickets available through this site for every performance. It costs nothing to use this site unless patrons wish to be have access to tickets several days before the event.
  • Half-price tickets at TDF.org  Since 2010, ELTC has listed its shows with Theater Development Fund (TDF.org), the same organization that manages the Half-Price Ticket Booth in Times Square. Patrons must have certain qualifications to have access to this site, but savings at many theaters in NY and NJ can be found.
  • 40% off  the ticket price at PaveLife.org
  • Complimentary tickets for every performance have been available to veterans and those currently serving the military since 2002. For these tickets, go to Vettix.org and/or USForcesDiscounts.com. 

  • Check the CapeMay app, Mid-Altantic Center for the Arts and Humanities web site, the new Steger Beach Service guide, and other publications in the Cape May area for savings on ELTC tickets

TICKET PRICES: Ages 12 and under are FREE to ALL listed below

THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS, ZORRO!, and WITHIN THE LAW
       General: $30.00; Seniors/Those with disabilities and their support companions: $25.00; Students: $15.00
HOLMES AND CARTER MYSTERIES and CHRISTMAS IN WISCONSIN: TALES BY ZONA GALE: General: $25.00; Full-time Students: $15.00

TALES OF THE VICTORIANS: $10.00; reservations may be made by calling ELTC's office; pay "at the door"

SUNDAY FILM SERIES: The High and the Mighty and The Crimson Pirate: $10; Wings, The Black Pirate, and Halloween Shorts (with live organ accompaniment): $15

THE VENUE
East Lynne Theater Company's performance space is The First Presbyterian Church of Cape May, 500 Hughes Street, located at the corner of Decatur and Hughes, one block away from the ocean, and a convenient walk from many B&Bs, motels, and restaurants.  CLICK HERE FOR A MAP AND DIRECTIONS

Seating is first-come-first-served, but 150 patrons can be comfortably seated with good sight lines. The church does have a parking lot, and parking, too, is on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

Thanks to our SEASON SPONSORS:

Aleathea's Restaurant at The Inn of Cape May, The Henry Sawyer Inn,

Curran Investment Management, La Mer Beachfront Inn and The Washington Inn,

and to these organizations:

ELTC's programs are made possible in part from The NJ State Council on the Arts/Department of State,

A Partner Agency of The National Endowment for the Arts;

The NJ Dept. of State, Division of Travel & Tourism, and the generosity of many patrons.




 
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