At UCPAC, we are committed to ensuring the arts are accessible to all
The Union County Performing Arts Center strives to be an event center that is not only accessible, but one that also actively encourages the attendance of all individuals at our performances – regardless of physical ability.
To that end, the UCPAC Board of Trustees and staff affirms its commitment to the precepts of equal opportunity and the Americans with Disabilities Act. UCPAC makes every reasonable effort to comply with ADA guidelines whenever and wherever possible.
Please email the UCPAC Box Office or call (732) 499-8226 if you have questions regarding accessibility or would like to request additional accessible assistance ahead of time for an upcoming performance.
ADA Transportation & Parking
Rahway Train Station, which is accessible by elevator, is located on Irving Street and is less than half a mile from UCPAC’s Main Stage.
Accessible parking spaces are available in each of our lots for vehicles displaying the appropriate state-issued permits. Additionally, on show nights, there are four spots available on Main Street next to the Main Stage Box Office. All accessible parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis. For more detailed information, please visit our Directions and Parking page.
For patrons using wheelchairs or who require assistance within the theater, the main entrance on Irving Street is barrier-free. Accessible seating is available in the left and right orchestra sections. (The loge and mezzanine are only reachable by stairs.) There are designated seats for those patrons wishing to remain in their wheelchairs, as well as for those who wish to transfer to a theater seat. To purchase ADA Seating, call the box office: (732) 499-8226
The entrance to the Loft is located on the side of our Main Stage building and can be reached by a ramp from the rear parking lot. In addition, an elevator is available for those requiring it and wheelchair seating is located in the front row.
Both entrances to Hamilton Stage are barrier free. Additionally, accessible seating is available in the front row and in the box seats on either side of the theater.
ADA Information: Sight, Sound, & Sensory Accommodations
Assistive Listening Systems
ALS devices are available upon request. When purchasing tickets, please inform an associate at our box office that you would like to reserve a listening device for the performance. Please note: devices are available. However, a three-week advance notice is necessary in order to have the devices available at the performance for which you have purchased tickets. You may call the UCPAC box office at (732) 499-8226, or stop by in person during any of our regular hours.
For more information about our shows designed for persons with autism or sensory sensitivity please see our Sensory Friendly Theatre page.