Procter & Gamble Hall is the Aronoff Center's largest theater, and seats 2,719, has a fully-equipped stage, state-of-the-art sound and lighting and a beautiful ceiling studded with 3,000 fiber optic lenses that create a starlight effect. The rich color scheme of terra-cotta, teal and ochre is accented with brass trim and cherry wood. Excellent sightlines and comfortable seating add to the enjoyment of any event.
Other notesHandicap AccessibleYesHearing AssistanceYesCapacity2719
All theaters and meeting spaces within the Aronoff Center, including the Weston Art Gallery, are accessible to patrons with physical disabilities. Once inside the building, all levels are accessible by elevator. For the Procter & Gamble Hall, two elevators are available for patron use, one in the Weston Art Gallery and one near the Aronoff Center Ticket Office.
For the Procter & Gamble Hall, automatic accessible doors are located at the Weston Art Gallery entrance on the plaza near Seventh and Walnut Streets.
Devices for the hearing impaired are available at the coat room in the lobby of the Procter & Gamble Hall and the Jarson-Kaplan Theater. For devices in the Fifth Third Bank Theater, please see a staff member as you enter. These assistive listening devices operate on an infra-red system and are not compatible with other frequency-based units. Assistive listening services may not be available for all performances in the Fifth Third Bank Theater.