The Sanger Theatre has been around for years. The Theatre is able to hold Broadway performances, the ballet, & occasional concerts. IT has a Victorian, gothic type decoration. If one is disabled you sit on an end isle. Also if you tell them you want handicapped seating they will charge you more like the price of a VIP to put you in the front. So there is no level according to price for handicapped seating. But if you buy cheaper able-bodied tickets you can park a wheelchair on an outside isle. Just specify no balcony. I've see performances such as Annie, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, The Nutcracker and concerts like Air Supply.