The Leonard C. Haas Stage, which is part of a beautifully restored 18th-century barn, is named after Leonard C. Haas, long-time company member and friend of the theatre. This stage was officially named the Leonard C. Haas Stage on July 22, 2013, in recognition of his long term generosity and significant contributions to People’s Light. The barn’s two-story lobby has an elevator, an automatic door entrance for wheelchairs, a gift shop and a permanent coffee and concessions bar.
The theatre is wheelchair accessible and at the will call desk you can find large print programs, and hearing assistance devices. When in its traditional orientation, the Leonard C. Haas Stage theatre has three sections (center, right, and left), is fifteen rows deep and has 340 seats. The theatre has no obstructed views, and no seat is more than 60 feet from the stage. Seating in the Leonard C. Haas Stage is assigned.