They refinished the roof last year including the beautiful star filled ceiling, with the help of The Hormel Foundation (SPAM) paying 80%. The next step in the restoration is making the lobby larger and the entire building ADA complaint. This is an issue at large, but something he encounters rather often because they have a lot of kids in their art programs that could use a ramp up to the stage. Also, elevators up to the balcony seating and down to the main bathrooms. He even mentioned the steepness of the auditorium floor as being unmanageable for someone in a wheelchair - "wouldn't even ask them to try". They did have a first floor bathroom that was available upon request - I'm assuming it's typically an employee bathroom, but even it would not be easily accessible in a chair.
The bathrooms themselves still had a lot of the original gorgeous details including more stenciled art they found underneath layers of club dirt. Our guide told us that one of the rooms, now used for storage, used to be a lounge for the fancier clientele.