At the Theatre
The Winningstad Theatre and the Coho Theatre are fully wheelchair accessible. Please contact the Box Office at 503-235-1101
to purchase tickets for wheelchair accessible seats.
Assisted listening devices are available for each performance. They can be obtained at Coat Check in the
Winningstad lobby. For Assisted Listening devices at the Coho Theater, please call the box office 48 hours in advance of your performance to reserve.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Third Rail will make available audio description or sign interpretation
with two weeks' advanced notice.
Copies of the script may be checked out in advance of the performance for
hearing-impaired patrons who would like to read along or read the play in advance.
Please call our office at 503-235-1101 for arrangements.
PCPA's Box Office is located in the lobby of Antoinette Hatfield Hall at 1111 SW Broadway (between
Main and Madison). Box Office hours are Monday through Saturday from 10:00am to 5:00pm, and one hour prior to each
show for single ticket purchases and Will Call.
If you need to contact the Third Rail Box Office, please call 503-235-1101.
Third Rail seeks out compelling, challenging stories. Many of our plays, as a result, are not suitable
for young children.
If you have a question about the content or language of any of our productions,
please call the box office at 503-235-1101 and we'll be happy to discuss this.
PCPA's ArtBar and Bistro is open two
hours prior to most events, and during intermission. If you would like to make a reservation for dinner at
the Bistro, please call 503-432-2905. Reservations are not needed for the ArtBar, which has
food and drink menus available
online as .pdf files.
Please turn off all electronic devices, including phones, cameras and watch alarms, prior to entering the theatre.
Photographing or recording during the performance is strictly prohibited.
Doctors and parents expecting calls during the show should leave their name and seat location with the
Patrons arriving late to the show will be seated at the discretion of the House Manager. You may take your
ticketed seat at intermission.
There will be a brief talkback after every Third Rail performance, except when we have another event right
away (such as our opening night reception, readings, or panel discussions).
These fifteen-minute talkbacks give the audience time to explore the play further through discussions
with the director, designers or cast.
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