Accessibility Visitor Info » Accessibility New Victory strives to make our performances and spaces accessible so that all families can make regular theatergoing a part of their lives. Building Accessibility New Victory Theater Entrance: Our wheelchair accessible entrance, located on the side of the front entrance features a lift. Seating: Wheelchair accessible seating is available in the Orchestra Level and Balcony boxes. For individuals who would like to transfer into a theater seat, Easy Transfer seats with raise-able armrests are also available in the Orchestra. Steps: The main entrance has three stairs up to the Orchestra, and there are four steps down to access Mezzanine seating and eleven steps down to access Balcony seating. Elevator: The elevator services the Lower Level (restrooms and merchandise), Orchestra Level (ground floor), Mezzanine Level (2nd floor), and Balcony Level (3rd floor) of the theater. The Duke on 42nd Street & New 42 Studios Entrance: The main entrance is wheelchair accessible via power-assist doors. Seating: Wheelchair accessible seating is available for all activities held in the building. Elevator: Two elevators service all levels of the building. Programs and Services Sensory-Friendly Performances In consultation with Autism Friendly Spaces, Inc., select performances in our season have been adapted for individuals on the autism spectrum or with sensory sensitivity. More about Sensory-Friendly Performances Sign-Interpreted Performances In partnership with Hands On, select performances in our season are sign-interpreted. For tickets or more information, visit HandsOn.org or call 212.740.3087. Audio-Described Performances Through a small earpiece, trained describers will provide necessary detail through descriptions of the live action between the actors’ dialogue. Sensory-Friendly Performances Discover upcoming dates and supports offered at our judgement-free, inclusive performances Experience & Amenities Come early and stay late with free arts activities and kid-friendly amenities Frequently Asked Questions Answers to what to do if you’re late or can’t use your tickets, theater policies and more Accessibility Support New Victory Sensory-Friendly programming is supported, in part, by NEXT for AUTISM.