Information for Patrons

The Rockwell is located in Davis Square, a hotbed of nightlife, outdoor markets, and arts-centric events, in Somerville, Massachusetts, which has more artists per capita than any other city in the United States barring New York City. Located just steps away from The Davis Square “T” (subway) station, it is one stop from the red line’s Alewife terminus (parking garage). Formerly The Davis Square Theatre and Jimmy Tingle’s Off Broadway, the basement-level theater resembles a black box theater and features a full bar and shows ranges from children’s to burlesque. Accommodating up to 200 people, it is an intimate space that plays host to over 300 performances annually.

Box Office:
Ticketing is currently handled by the producing company and tickets are recommended in advance by purchasing through the listings on our website. The Rockwell will be opening a box office in the fall of 2016.

Parking:
Metered on street parking is available in Davis Square, and there are several metered municipal lots as well.

How to Get Here:
Located in the heart of Davis Square, we are steps from the red line and recommend public transportation.

Lost & Found:
If you have lost an item, please call Foundry on Elm at (617) 628-9999 to inquire of your item and indicate that you left the item in the theater.

Admittance:
The Rockwell is generally 21+ on the weekends, but admittance varies based on subject material and performance time. Additionally the venue shares an adjoining entrance with Saloon which is always 21+.

Admittance:
The Rockwell is handicap accessible.  Please use elevator to basement level and follow signs to the theatre.  There are no steps, and distance to walk is approximately 100′ feet from elevator to lobby entrance.  The front row is at grade.