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Parking & Other FAQs

Please don't hesitate to email if you have any questions that aren't answered below. Also, in case you're here wondering about's a map!

The Brownhosit is at 4403 St Clair, and there is a dedicated parking lot to the East of the building, off of 45th St. If this  lot is full, you may park across the street at the lots indicated. Free street parking is also available around the venue. A lot of people are coming, leave extra time for parking!

What is The Brownhoist?

The Brownhoist is a 34,000 sq ft, 1880s building at 4403 St Clair Ave in the Goodrich-Kirkland neighborhood. It is currently being revitalized as a community and creative arts center.  (Thanks to our friends at Storyclub Cleveland for FAQs about the Brownhoist and its accessibility)

Is The Brownhoist accessible?

The Brownhoist is an 1880s building and is not currently ADA compliant. Building management is working rapidly on improving accessiblity, but in the meantime we've listed information below so folks of all mobility levels may determine if the venue is accessible for them:

  • There is one concrete step to access the front door and then a flight of stairs to enter the building. An electric chair lift (inspected, 350 lb rating, carries a person only and not a wheelchair) runs parallel to the entry stairs and is available for use.

  • Normally there is a licensed elevator that goes from the basement up to the 4th floor, but it is currently out of order and will not be in use during Micro Theater. It is the oldest operating elevator in Cleveland and is manually run. Story Club staff are able to run the elevator for anyone who would like help using it. 

  • None of the 8 restrooms in The Brownhoist are currently ADA compliant. The restrooms on the second floor are a step above the hallway. The most accessible restroom is on the 3rd floor, next to the elevator. This 3rd floor restroom has a narrow entryway (27" - ADA recommends 32"), no grab bars, and a standard sink vanity (no room for a wheelchair underneath the sink).

Can I see all the performances? 

Yes! A particularly neurotic member of our production team put together a schedule for you to see every single show if you come for the full two hours Micro Theater is running on both May 24th and 25th (four hours total of amazing performances!). Check it out here

Speaking of beverages... should I expect to see any at Micro Theater?

Yes! We will have complimentary beer and wine available with a suggested donation via Venmo, PayPal, or cash. 

What if I reserve a seat for a show and am no longer able to attend?

When you completed your reservation form, Google Forms sent you an email with your responses. At the top, there is a button that says 'Edit Response'. Use this to edit your response. 

Where are my tickets?

There are no tickets for Micro Theater - use the email from Google Forms to remember which shows you RSVP'd for. 

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