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The Indiana Repertory Theatre is located in the heart of Indianapolis. Indy offers a bustling downtown filled with dining, hotel, and parking options. We are here to help make your experience memorable!

Parking & Directions

Getting Here

To help with your arrival, we offer deals for nearby garages and easy access to IndyGo routes, including the Red Line.

Parking Info

Dining & Hotels

Dining & Hotels

Downtown Indy offers a variety of award-winning restaurants and hotels for you to choose from.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The entrance of the Indiana Repertory Theatre with a golden ceiling.

Frequently Asked Questions

Check for everything from parking and attire to ticketing needs and accommodations.


Parking & Directions

Downtown Indianapolis is a busy place! To help with your arrival for an IRT performance, the Theatre offers coupons for nearby garages and is near stops on IndyGo routes, including the Red Line. For helpful tips on parking and transportation, we recommend this information for Visit Indy and Downtown Indy. For more information about the Red Line and other nearby routes, visit

In partnership with Denison Parking, Inc. and Indianapolis Parking, we offer discounted parking at select garages downtown. Simply ask an IRT Ticket Office or House staff member for a validation sticker that you can use to park for up to six hours for a decreased rate ($6-$12) and avoid increased special event pricing. This discounted parking is available at the below select garages when attending an IRT show. This is only valid during the IRT’s season.

Addresses for Circle Center Mall and Court Street Parking

  • Red Garage – 49 West Maryland Street ($6 for up to 6 hours)
  • Blue Garage – 26 West Georgia Street ($6 for up to 6 hours)
  • World of Wonders Garage – 100 South Illinois Street ($6 for up to 6 hours)
  • Court Street Garage – 110 West Washington Street ($12 for up to 6 hours)

Valet Parking

The IRT, in partnership with Goldstar Management, LLC, is happy to provide valet parking on the front curb of the Theatre. Valet starts at $25 at the curb the day of performances. Valet begins one hour prior to the performance and closes 30 minutes after the performance concludes.


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The Indiana Repertory Theatre

140 W. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

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Stephenie Soohyun Park and Linden Tailor in the IRT's 2022 production of The Paper Dreams of Harry Chin. Photo by Zach Rosing.

Dining & Hotels

There are numerous hotels in the downtown Indianapolis area with easy access to Indiana Repertory Theatre. They range from casual to boutique. Below you’ll find a number of hotels that cater to a variety of needs and their distance from Indiana Repertory Theatre. If you are interested in other options, check out Visit Indy’s hotel guide.

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Accessibility for everyone

The IRT is a welcoming and inclusive theatre and offers many accessibility options for our patrons, including audio enhancement or neckloop devices, abbreviated large print programs, sensory supports, wide seats and more. If you have a specific request, ask a member of House Management upon arrival or contact the Ticket Office at 317.635.5252.


"Incredible professional theater in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. In the last few years, I have seen upwards of 20 shows at the IRT and every production leaves me impressed. If you haven't been, or if it's been a while, I strongly encourage a visit to the IRT. You'll be transported, delighted and proud that such quality theater is happening in Indiana."
–Olivia S, patron and volunteer

Cereyna Jade Bougouneau and Helen Joo Lee in the IRT's 2022 production of Sense and Sensibility. Photo by Zach Rosing.

–Olivia S, patron and volunteer headshot.

Experience World-Class Theatre in the heart of Indianapolis

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