About Lakewood Facilities
Lakewood Center for the Arts is a non-profit community cultural center housing:
- Two Theatres
- One Art Gallery
- Music Studio
- Dance and Exercise Company
- Arts Pre-School
- Artists in Residence
- Community Meeting Room
The center is funded by individuals, businesses, foundations and civic groups who believe the arts play a vital part in our lives. It receives no funds from federal, state, or city tax levies for operating support.
See a 360 degree tour of our building
Restrooms are located on the main level opposite the concessions bar and also downstairs opposite the community meeting room.
There is a free courtesy phone located by the door in the State Street landing.
Lakewood Center and Lakewood Theatre are fully accessible to those using wheelchairs or with limited mobility. Special seating is available in the Headlee Mainstage Theatre for wheelchairs and persons with limited mobility. These seats must be reserved by phone. Please call (503) 635-3901 to order tickets and to reserve these spaces.
- Assisted Listening Devices
Lakewood Theatre has a telecoil hearing loop installed in the Headlee Mainstage. Switching your hearing aid to the T-coil position will pick up the sound source through the loop. We also have a limited number of assisted listening devices for the hearing impaired which are available for checkout at the box office before a show in both theatres. Reservations are recommended to insure that a unit will be available. Please call (503) 635-3901 to reserve a unit.
- Large Print Program
Large print listing of the cast roles can be made available for those requesting them in advance and picked up at the box office before the show. Please call (503) 635-3901 in advance to make arrangements.
Seating Chart : download a copy of the below seating chart for the Headlee Mainstage