Online, advance ticket sales end at 12:00 AM on the morning of each performance.
There will be tickets available at the door. CASH ONLY!
Box Office and lobby doors open one hour prior to the performance.
The recently renovated Fitzgerald Theatre was originally designed by Argentinean architect Eduardo Fernando Catalano in 1979 as part of an Arts Building addition to the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School. There are several accessible seating areas, and each seat has an unobstructed view to the stage.
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The entrance to the Fitzgerald Theatre is located off of Cambridge Street, between Felton and Ellery streets, and is about a 7-minute walk from Harvard Square.
Free parking is available at night in any of the metered spaces. “Permit only” spaces around the school are not in effect on Sundays. Free parking is also available in the CRLS garage. From Cambridge Street, turn onto Ellery Street (one-way) and make the first right onto the ramp to the underground CRLS garage. Please note: Do not park in the Cambridge Public Library garage off Broadway.
Access for Patrons with Disabilities
The Fitzgerald Theatre is wheelchair accessible, and there are 10 dedicated wheelchair spaces inside. From the CRLS garage: Go up the ramp and take the elevator (located straight ahead) down to “B,” make a right after exiting the elevator, proceed to the end of the corridor, and make a left. The third door on the left, marked “Handicapped Access to the Theater,” opens into the ramp elevator. Follow the directions on the white panel on the elevator door. From the Cambridge Street entrance: Take the ramp to Door 11, bear left, and the wheelchair door is on the right. Security is on hand to assist handicapped persons to enter the theater.