THIS IS YOUR STORY.
We are thrilled that you are joining us for our 2023/24 season. When we’re all together, that’s when Steppenwolf is at its best—and we can’t thank you enough for being part of our community.
Now let’s get you ready for the ultimate experience.
All the information you need for a stellar night at the theater is included on this page. In addition to the five phenomenal shows you’re seeing this season, we’ll be sending you exclusive member offerings throughout the year. We’re talking about early access, invitations to events, opportunities to engage with artists and the art on stage, and reminders about the perks and discounts that are just for you.
Whether you’re in our audience for a show, strolling through our campus or grabbing a drink at one of our bars, make yourself at home.
This is your season, this is your space. Buckle up, and let the wild ride begin!
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Everything you need for the ultimate experience at Steppenwolf
Your tickets will either be sent to you via email a few days in advance of your performance or will be held at will call (depending on what you selected when you purchased your membership).
To view your upcoming performances and dates online, log in to your Steppenwolf account using the button below.
Please note that The Thanksgiving Play will appear in your account at a later date.
Please note, all evening performances in the 23/24 season will begin at 7:30pm. Weekday matinees begin at 2:00pm and weekend matinees start at 3:00pm. Please check your confirmation email to confirm curtain time.
Our seat maps are subject to change per production. Visit these web pages below for up-to-date seats maps.
Transportation to the Theatre
Steppenwolf is easily accessible by several modes of transportation. Our address is 1650 N Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60614. Click here for more information on planning your visit.
- By car: Parking is available in the garage on our campus ($15 or $17) and via valet ($15). We also offer accessible parking in the Front Bar parking lot on the north side of the theater.
- By public transportation: We are a block away from the North/Clybourn stop on the Red Line, and the #8 and #72 buses stop right in front of the theatre.
- By bike: There are places to lock up your bike in front of the theater, and we’re happy to hold onto your bags and helmet during the performance.
Bars & Drinks
All three bars—Front Bar and the two lobby bars—are open before each performance. Front Bar offers food options too. You can also skip the line and order drinks for intermission before the show!
Comfort & Accessibility
Our goal is for our theater to be as comfortable to everyone as possible. We offer:
Assisted Listening Devices: These personal devices amplify the sound for an easier listening experience. Pick them up at the gift shop with an ID. We also have an induction loop—if your hearing aid or cochlear implant has a T-coil, feel free to turn it on during the performance.
Accessible Performances: Open-Captioning, American Sign Language interpretation, and Audio Description is offered for select performance dates. We also offer sensory-friendly, relaxed performances.
Wheelchair Accessibility: A courtesy wheelchair is available through our Front-of-House office on a first-come/first serve basis. We have wheelchair accessible seats in all our theaters, and all our lobby bathrooms are wheelchair accessible.
Gender Neutral and Gendered Bathrooms. We offer both gender neutral and gendered bathrooms. Gender neutral bathrooms are on the first floor next to Front Bar, and on the second floor outside the entrance to the Ensemble Theatre. Gendered bathrooms are on the second floor next to the Downstairs Theatre entrance.
Click here to see our complete accessibility information. If there is anything we can do to enhance your experience at Steppenwolf, please let us know!
Our Audience Services team is here for you at email@example.com or 312-335-1650.
Patron Code of Conduct
Steppenwolf is committed to becoming a racially, culturally and socially just organization rooted in anti-oppressive values, and we invite you to commit with us to maintaining a safe and accessible environment wherein our patrons, staff, artists, students, donors, trustees and volunteers are all part of our ensemble. Learn more about the community we are creating and how you are such an important part of it. Learn more >>
Thanks again for joining us for the 23/24 Season. See you at the theater!
Box Office Info
Staff are available for in-person service starting 1 hour before each performance.
Tuesday – Saturday: 12–5pm CT*
Closed Sunday and Monday+
*Open until 6:30pm on days with evening shows
+Open 12–1:30pm on Sundays with matinees, open 12–6:30pm on Sundays with evening shows