Keller Auditorium Seating Chart

keller auditorium seating chart

As you enter The Keller Auditorium you will be mesmerized by just how spacious the building is, stretched across blocks in the exterior, the interior has taken a more modern approach, but it’s historical feel still surrounds its walls. Making it a perfect place to see the best in Orchestral performances and Broadway entertainment as they both travel through the eras.

All seats are theater style seats with arm rests and flip down plus seating with plenty of room for legs and between guests. Before the show, you can enjoy the leisure of the intricately decorated rooms.

The Keller Auditorium’s capacity can change depending on the type of show. Most performances have a capacity of 2,992 seats. However, if the front pit seating area is in use, this increases to 3,034 seats.

The venue comprises five distinct seating sections, including:

Orchestra Level

The ground floor of the auditorium and largest section, the orchestra level has 1,850 seats including 32 wheelchair accessible spots. Ticket prices are usually highest here, especially in front and middle seats.

Box Level

There are several boxes surrounding the orchestra section, with room for 188 seats in total. Guests purchasing box tickets can expect a more premium experience, including unique and uninterrupted lines of sight.

First Balcony

The first balcony is a raised section of 425 seats. It overhangs the back rows of the orchestra level, with excellent views and acoustics at all seating sections.

Second Balcony

The highest spot in the house, the second balcony, rises above the first balcony with 529 seats available. While sights and sounds are still excellent, second balcony tickets typically provide great value for money.

Pit Seats

There is a small section of 42 pit seats available at specific performances. These are usually pricey, getting visitors up close to performers.

In all sections, guests can expect flip-down theater-style seats with armrests. While most seats measure up to 18 inches across, there are also wider options on request. You can contact the box office to arrange this in advance, subject to availability.

As a popular venue, Keller Auditorium performances are generally high in demand. Events sell out quickly, so please purchase tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.

Best Seating Options

Frequent guests have said that Orchestra sections B-D are the best choices if you want the best view of the stage. Though Balcony sections B-D, or Center Box seat sections 6-9 also provide excellent views of the stage for cheaper pricing.

Keller Auditorium Capacity

Keller Auditorium has room for 2,992 guests across multiple levels and seating sections. With 2,992 seats to choose from, there’s plenty of options and it’s classic layout means that from every angle, you will be able to see and hear the live shows without disruption.

As the popular musicals take to the stage, you as the guests can feel like you are in the famous Broadway life, all from the comfort of your home town! It’s all right here – head over to the Keller Auditorium events page to make a booking!

accessible seating

The Keller Auditorium welcomes visitors with a range of accessibility needs. Despite the venue’s age, there are several systems in place to ensure everybody feels welcome and has a pleasant visit.

There are accessible parking spots available at all local garages. Likewise, a drop-off zone outside the theater’s entrance at 222 SW Clay St allows for an easy arrival. All buildings have accessible entrances and elevators, getting you inside and to your seat as swiftly as possible.

Inside, accessible seating is available for patrons using wheelchairs and their companions. Wheelchair accessible restrooms are also available at the Keller Auditorium.

There are also many accessible-friendly performances throughout the year, including:

  • Assistive listening systems are available for use upon request
  • Select events will include sign language interpretation during the show
  • Many Broadway in Portland performances and other events will have open captioning in place during the show.
  • Audio descriptions through assistive listening devices are available at specific shows.

To find a performance that matches your needs, please call the venue directly or check the event page.