We have been here quite a few times in the past ten years. They have spent some money to update it and they do have a nice handicapped bathroom on the lobby level. As with most venues this old they survive by having volunteers and without them most of these wondrous places would have been lost. I'm glad they have kept it going. There is the usual candy and some snacks sold at tables in the theater. The sound is very good and the seating is quite good as well. It is not as expensive as venues closer to Manhattan so that is a plus. There are quite a few bars and restaurants close by but we tend to stick to the Italian restaurant a few short blocks away. There is a great ice cream shop close by as well but they tend to close early. They should stay open later on show nights, there are a lot of people walking by. There is municipal parking somewhere close by but we try and get there early enough to park on the street and have been successful at that. We get emails from the venue and do not hesitate buying tickets, they get some very well known acts. If you can attend a show here you won't be disappointed.
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