The University Theatre is located on the second floor of the east wing of the University Theatre Building.
The University Theatre is our proscenium theatre located on the east side of the building. Performances in the University Theatre are reserved seat ticketing.
Access to the Euclid Avenue Autopark has changed. The path from Colorado Avenue is permanently closed to vehicles. Please access the Euclid Avenue Autopark from Euclid Avenue and Broadway. Or, from South Broadway, turn right on 18th Street.Facilities open one hour before performances. Performance doors open approximately 20 minutes before start time for Theatre & Dance productions, 30 minutes before Colorado Shakespeare Festival productions.
Boulder residents can catch a number of local buses to campus, including the Skip, Dash, 204, 225, Hop and Stampede.
Denver metro residents can catch the Flatiron Flyer, serving the Highway 36 corridor between Denver Union Station and the CU Boulder Campus.
Longmont residents can catch the Bolt into Downtown Boulder and transfer to any of the local bus routes mentioned above to reach the CU Boulder campus.
You can ride right up to the show, as all CU Presents venues have banks of outdoor bike racks nearby. Using Google Maps for directions is easy: just type in your starting point and destination and select the bicycle symbol.
Don't have your own wheels? Boulder B-cycle's easy, affordable bike-sharing system boasts 41 bike stations located around town and on the CU Boulder campus.
Skateboards are not allowed inside our venues, but it's free and easy to store your board nearby. A skateboard storage rack is available in front of the Cristol Chemistry and Biochemistry lecture hall, just east of the University Theatre Building. Don't forget to bring your own lock.
Whether you're coming from down the street or from out of town, CU Boulder Parking and Transportation has various parking options for you. Pay for parking at the pay stations, or download the Parkmobile smartphone app for quick, easy parking reservation and payment.
Live caption and audio description services
The Colorado Shakespeare Festival will offer live caption and audio description services at the July 11 performance of "All's Well That Ends Well” and July 31 performance of "Coriolanus" in the University Theatre. For more information, please visit our accessibility page.
If you are planning to attend the event and require these accommodations, please call or email the box office at 303-492-8008 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve the service. Reservations for this service should be made at the time of ticket purchase to ensure the best seating for this service.
Wheelchair companion seating
Wheelchair seating is available. Please call the box office at 303-492-8008 to purchase tickets and to make arrangements should you need assistance into the theatre on the day of the performance. When purchasing tickets, please be sure to identify whether you need wheelchair accommodations.
Elevator access to the box office and accessible restrooms in the lower lobby are located at the east entrance to the University Theatre Building.
Assisted listening device
Assistive listening devices are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the University Theatre box office beginning one hour before every performance. Quantities are limited. We'll ask for a credit card or driver's license as a deposit, which will be returned to you after the performance. The University Theatre Box Office is located on the lower level of the University Theatre Building, directly below the indoor performance venue. To access it, use the main building entrance and take the stairs on the left down one flight, or enter on the building's east side and ride the elevator down to the bottom floor. Please be sure to ask for an assistive listening device before the show begins since the box office is closed for the duration of each performance.
American Sign Language interpretation
CSF offers American Sign Language interpretation for our productions. Please email the box office at email@example.com at least two (2) weeks in advance of the performance date, location, and number of people needing the service to make arrangements. Typically, ASL interpretation is scheduled for the duration of the show only. If you would like continued services through any scheduled talkbacks, please communicate this clearly to the box office
Service dogs are welcome at all performances. Please request an aisle seat when purchasing tickets.
Outside food and drink
No glass containers are permitted in the theatre. The University of Colorado prohibits outside alocholic beverages from being brought onto campus, so please leave all alcohol at home.
Smoking or vaping
Smoking or vaping is not permitted anywhere on the CU Boulder campus.
Large personal items are not permitted inside the venue.
Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of the House Manager.
Any light or sound (including vibration) emitting from cell phones or other electronic devices is disruptive and disrespectful to performers and other audience members. All personal devices—cell phones, pagers, tablets, watch alarms, etc.—should be turned off or silenced and put away before the performance begins.
By contractual agreement with the artists, photographs and audio or video recordings are strictly prohibited.
To ensure your safety in case of fire or any other emergency, please note the exit route nearest to your seat when you arrive.
Night of show box office for ticketed events
If you have emailed tickets
Please proceed directly to the University Theatre, located on the second floor of the east wing of the University Theatre Building where an usher will assist you. Emailed tickets can be printed out or displayed on a mobile device for entry.
If you have will call tickets
Please visit the box office window located in the basement of the University Theatre Building. Window opens one hour before performances.
If you lost your tickets
Please visit the box office window located in the basement of the University Theatre Building or contact us in advance.
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