Upon arrival parking was convenient and seemed fairly plentiful though we arrived the recommended 45 minutes early. On entering the building it was difficult to find the ramp that lead to the upper lobby area that allowed one into the theatre area. We were shown to our seats but never shown (nor was it mentioned as we passed it) the handicapped washroom nearest us. Instead we made our way back to one near the entrance (we were directed to it though this other was very near our seats). We had front row handicapped and companion seating and found that a portion of what happened on stage was not visible because it was blocked by the side of the stage or by lighting equipment. This was quite disappointing and I do wish they would try to provide some handicapped seating in the first few rows that was not in the `wings`of the theatre. Those were are only negatives at the theatre. We thoroughly enjoyed the performance.
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