The wait time for bathrooms at ASU Gammage with hopefully be shorter as construction on its expansion project has reportedly been completed.
The Tempe Broadway theater began construction last summer to increase the women's restroom and add two elevators which will allow guests access to all tiers of the venue. That project has since been completed, ASU Gammage reports.
In total, 88 stalls were added to the women's restrooms, which was previously a sore spot for patrons who often had to spend much of intermission waiting in line to use the facility.
The additions open as ASU Gammage prepares for its next show, Finding Neverland, which runs March 14-19.
The project, titled Elevate & Alleviate, was part of ASU Gammage's $16.2 million campaign to sustain the theater for future generations. In 2015, the sound system was overhauled.