Directions and Parking
PARKING IS ALWAYS FREE!
Further Parking Information for the Renaissance Theatre
Free parking is available in the parking lot directly behind the theatre and may be entered via Third St. or off of Park Ave. West between the Renaissance Theatre and the Holiday Inn. An additional RPA lot is located across Third St. between the Sons of Italy and Harmony House. Additional street parking is available along Park Avenue and Third St.
Parking Information for Theatre 166
Free parking is available to the right (South) of the building; however, it is a small lot. You may use the additional parking directly behind the Renaissance Theatre with a short walk (1/4 of a block) to Theatre 166.
All public areas of the Renaissance Theatre and certain seating areas are accessible by wheelchair. Please notify the box office at the time of your ticket purchase so that accessible seating is reserved. Please ask the ushers for assistance to your seat and they will be happy to help you.
A limited number of handicap accessible parking is located at the rear of the theatre, available on a first come, first serve basis. A wheelchair-accessible elevator provides access to both the lower and upper lobbies and the auditorium. Restroom facilities offer handicap accessibility and two larger family restrooms are available in the first floor lobby area.
Our Commitment to Your Safety
The Renaissance has been a cultural hub for North Central Ohio since 1928. Recent events have forced us to close our doors, and as difficult and disappointing as this time has been for audiences and artists alike, it was undoubtedly the right decision for the health and safety of all. We are currently working through the adjustment of thousands of tickets from our cancelled performances, and current ticketholders can find more info on that at this link.
We understand that you make a commitment to us when you choose to purchase a ticket to an event, make a donation, or become a member, and we are deeply grateful for your support. During this especially challenging and unpredictable time, we are responding to the “next normal” by adjusting a number of our policies to express our ongoing commitment to you. Below is a link to a document that shows the actions we’re taking as we prepare to welcome you back to the theatre, as well as some actions that you can take to further protect yourself.
Thank you for keeping the arts alive, and for believing in the power and strength of community. We look forward to welcoming you back to the theatre when this intermission is over.
President, Renaissance Performing Arts