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The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Questions & Answers

New York City, New York

Is the facility where the show is taped wheelchair accessible? My mother uses a rollator and can't do stairs.

4 months ago Answer

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Chicago, Illinois
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I'm sorry to say that I cannot recall. If I remember correctly, the studio was on the same level as the main level. When you enter the studio there may have been a step or two, but I think there was a ramp also. As far as accessing seats, there were interns that escort you to your seat, so I will assume that they would know not to seat you on the highest tier.

I found this email address on their website, and I contacted them about a year ago: reservations @ thedailyshow com and a very nice person emailed me back within a few days.

Be prepared to wait outside for a long time, so if you don't like heat, summer may not be best. The first time we went was on April 7, 2015. It rained every day we were there, except that one. But just in case, we stopped off at the Walgreens and got a poncho and umbrella. But it was a fun day. I met a fellow school teacher from a different state. My husband and I got there at 10:50 am and she was already in line. Without thinking I said, "good we're not the only losers here right now." (Oops)...Well she said she gets it! Lol. Within 10 mins after that, the line started filling up. She brought papers to grade while in line and I am not nearly as ambitious. We chatted the whole number of hours we were there. So you will meet people and make life long friends like I did and have a great time. It's a bit of an inconvenience but so is all of life and if you are like me you will have a wonderful story to tell for the rest of your life (to anyone and I mean ANYONE, who is willing to listen to it!)

4 months ago
Clayton, North Carolina
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Yes it is but get there early.

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Sioux City, Iowa
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I'm not sure but it seems like it could be handicap accessible. The only stairs were for the bathroom (there could possibly be a handicap accessible bathroom as well I just didn't see it or know about it) and then to sit in the seats, but there were some seats (like 6) down on the floor where a wheelchair or other device could be parked. Maybe contact comedy central. If you go to their website and find the contact link, you can write in your question and get a definite answer from comedy central via email.

4 months ago
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