Located in Cincinnati's urban center, the Aronoff Center for the Arts is a large performing arts venue that offers ballet, stand-up comedy, musicals, today's top musical acts and so much more. Originally designed by renowned architect CŽsar Pelli, the center was named for Ohio Senator and Cincinnati native Stanley Aronoff. The center is composed of several performance facilities such as Procter & Gamble Hall, the Jarson-Kaplan Theater and the Fifth Third Bank Theater, along with a rehearsal hall, Green Room, Center Stage Room and the Founder's Room for small meetings and gatherings. At the Aronoff Center, you can see shows like The Hunchback of Notre Dame, RuPaul's Drag Race, Dear Evan Hansen, Cats, Tim Allen and more. The best Aronoff Center for the Arts tickets are available at StubHub.
What is the Aronoff Center for the Arts's seating capacity?
The Aronoff Center for the Arts has a total seating capacity of 3,306. Procter & Gamble Hall seats 2,719, Jarson-Kaplan Theater seats 437 and Fifth Third Bank Theater seats around 150.
Is there parking available at Aronoff Center for the Arts?
There's a wide variety of parking options available in a two-block radius with more than 6,000 spaces available for guests attending Aronoff Center shows. Just keep in mind that the center doesn't own or operate any of these parking locations. There's valet parking on Seventh Street and east of Walnut Street that opens about an hour before the performance times. Guests can also use the various valet services around the center located at local restaurants, and these will vary on operating times.
Is the venue a wheelchair-friendly facility?
The Aronoff Center is committed to providing performances and visual arts that are accessible to everyone. As such, it offers a variety of services to help those who need it. The venue recommends contacting them directly if you need any assistance on the night of your performance.
Does the Aronoff Center for the Arts have a child policy?
All guests, regardless of age, must have a ticket to attend a performance. For family shows, everyone must remain seated, including small children who are on parents' laps.
Is the Aronoff Center for the Arts accessible by public transportation?
You can take the streetcar to the Aronoff Center. The Cincinnati Bell Connector runs up to 18 hours each day, 365 days each year. An electric mode of transportation, the streetcar operates in its first phase on a 3.6-mile route connecting key locations to the city's core.
Does the Aronoff Center for the Arts have a camera policy?
Policies for photography and video are decided by the producers of each event. For many of the center's events, photographs and video aren't allowed. Photos and video can, however, be taken in the lobbies and outside the venue to commemorate events. Contact the venue with any specific questions about that show's individual camera policy.Back to Top