Happening at SteppingStone


ADA Accessibility


SteppingStone Theatre offers scheduled Audio Described and ASL Interpreted performances for each production, with those services offered at no additional cost to the patron. ASL Interpreted performances are scheduled for the second Sunday afternoon performance of each run. Please check the specific show page for all accessible show dates.

Assisted Listening

Assisted listening devices are available by request at the Box Office.

Wheelchair Accessibility

SteppingStone Theatre’s new facility is fully wheelchair accessible. The accessible entrance is located on the north side of the building off the alley parking lot. There are two reserved accessible parking spaces adjacent to the entrance. From this entrance, patrons can go down to the offices and studios, up to the auditorium and lobby, and further up to the stage. A wheelchair-accessible restroom is located in the theatre lobby.

Economic Accessibility

Several programs make SteppingStone affordable and accessible to all:

Pay As You're Able Shows

SteppingStone Theatre offers one performance per production at a pay what you can rate. Generally this performance is the first Sunday of the production. Tickets can be purchased in person at any price that suits you (suggested minimum is $5.00). Tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis, so we suggest arriving 30-45 minutes before show time to purchase tickets.

Ticket Scholarships

Any school can apply for a Main Stage Scholarship to lower the per-student cost of attending. Depending on the demonstrated need, SteppingStone may be able to offer a reduced rate to your school or organization. We work directly with teachers and principals, as well as through ”Tickets for Kids`` and ``Project Success`` to distribute tickets at a reduced rate.

Contact the Box Office for more information.

Class Scholarships

Scholarship applications for Summer Camps, and Fall, Winter, or Spring Classes are available by request.

Learn more about our scholarship programs.


Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement

At SteppingStone, we are committed to access and inclusion for all people. We stand firmly in opposition to racism, and our programs challenge our young artists, staff, and Board of Directors to foster inclusion and seek equity for all, including Black people, Indigenous peoples, people of color, LGBTQIA+ people, people of all economic backgrounds, people of all religions, and people with disabilities. SteppingStone collaborates with families to meet students’ needs, whether they are social, academic, developmental, or physical.

We Believe

Young people are artists, makers, and doers. They need to belong and to contribute to their world. When young people make art together, they change themselves and the world around them for the better.

We Do

SteppingStone ignites belonging, generosity, mastery, self-advocacy, and inspiration by creating art with young people to share with the world.