Garden Theatre provides a seamless experience for any patron living with a disability with ramps, removable seats, lighted aisles, accessible restrooms and elevators. Assisted listening devices and large print playbills are available for the hearing or vision impaired.

Please contact the House Manager for assistance.


The Garden Theatre’s Mission Statement: To Inspire discovery through theatrical experiences that are innovative, impactful, and inclusive.


Garden Theatre is dedicated to being a leader in the community for celebrating diversity and presenting all voices on our stage. It is through our differences that we can explore our commonalities. GT strives to provide a home for audiences, staff, volunteers, and theatre artists from all backgrounds.

Diverse stories require diverse voices; GT’s staff, artists, and the Board must become more representative of our entire community. GT must also expand its audience to include all Central Florida residents, regardless of ethnicity, religion, geography, income, or any other divisions. We know that we must educate ourselves and listen to all members of the community whose voices have been marginalized for far too long, especially people of color.

The expansion and refinement of this diversity statement is an overall goal for the Garden Theatre.


Sensory friendly performances are for families that have members (both children and adults) with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD), Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), and special needs.

Special modifications will be made for these performances, including reduced volume levels and modifications to lighting, haze, and other special effects.

Families are welcome to bring items (blankets, pillows, noise reducing headphones, snacks, etc.) to make their visit more comfortable

Click here to download a “Going to the Garden” Guide.


In partnership with Signing Shadows, Garden Theatre will present American Sign Language-interpreted performances throughout each season.

When looking at the stage, the interpreters will be located in front of the stage on the far right.

For more information about the best seating to view the interpreters, please email