1000 Hempstead AVenue, Rockvillle Center, NY 11571
(516) 323 - 4444
Madison Theater at Molloy College
DescriptionThe Madison Theater is located in The Public Square Building at Molloy College. Six handicapped spaces are located close to the walkway to the building. Two sets of double doors equipped with a handicapped assist push button lead to the lobby.
There are tables and chairs in the lobby as well as multi-stall, handicapped-accessible restrooms. A small bar with drinks and snacks was set up to the left of the theater entrance.
There is easy access to the back of the orchestra section. Wheelchair seating is available here as well as in the front orchestra section (elevator to the lower level). An elevator goes to the balcony and lower level.
Take note of steep steps to the back orchestra seats. You might want to call and speak with someone at the box office before choosing seats.
- Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Places to rest: no
Paths and walkways: concrete
Doors: double-doors with push button assist
Number of floors: 2
Steps and staircases: to all levels and to seats
Width of aisles: wide
Places to sit: tables & chairs in lobby
Location of restrooms: in lobby
Type of restroom: multi-stall, handicapped-accessible
Ease of entry and exit: good
Baby changing station: no
Available food services: some drinks & snacks
Friendliness of staff: very pleasant
Notes: Easy access to back of orchestra section. Wheelchair seating here as well as in front orchestra section (elevator access). Steep steps down to seats due to stadium style seating.If steps are a problem, best to call and speak to someone at box office before purchasing tickets.
A “What’s Doing” article in Newsday alerted us to a concert at the Madison Theater at Molloy College. Peter Nero is an 81 year young, Grammy Award winning jazz pianist who, accompanied only by his bassist, gave us an incredible two hours of Gershwin music, plus some entertaining discourse.
The Theater is located on the campus of Molloy College in “The Public Square” Building. We parked in the large, paved lot close by. Several handicapped spaces are located close to the walkway.
We entered the street level lobby through two sets of doors, which are equippped with push button assists.
The theater is located in the commons of the college. We were able to sit at one of the many tables and chairs in this area while waiting for the theater to open. Multi-stall, handicapped-accessible restrooms are located here.
A small bar with drinks and snacks was set up to the left ofs leading to the theater itself.
There is easy access to the back of the orchestra section. An elevator goese to the balcony as well as to the lower section of the orchestra.
We took note of the steep steps down to our row. “s” due to the stadium style seating that allows a great view no matter who is sitting in front of you. Wheelchair seating is available at the back of the orchestra section as well as at the front.
Front orchestra seating doesn’t require steps. -rows A – E. These seats can be accessed by taking the elevator down tothe lower level. You might want to call and speak with someone at the box office before choosing seats.
We found the seats comfortable, the view excellent, and the performance amazing ! We look forward to another performance at this venue.
As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, www.madisontheater.org, when planning a visit, to “know before you go.”