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COVID-19 UPDATE: Due to university safety guidelines, all of our performances are being streamed. For our theatregoers who are deaf or have hearing loss, these shows have captions.

Overview:

The UNCG School of Theatre strives to make theatre accessible to everyone. We are proud to provide accommodations for theatregoers who have low vision or are blind, who are deaf or have hearing loss, and those who require mobility accommodations. If you need other accommodations to attend a School of Theatre production that are not listed here, please contact Theatre Manager, Joshua Ritter, at jsritter@uncg.edu.

Parking Information:

Accessible parking is available behind the Graham Building in lot 7. If you will need an accessible space during a weekday matinee performance (before 5:00 p.m.), please inform Theatre Manager, Joshua Ritter, at jsritter@uncg.edu in advance so he can provide you with a complimentary permit. Please do not park in the spaces reserved for the Weatherspoon Museum or the business (E.g., FedEx) across from the UNCG theatres. If possible, we recommend being dropped off at the theater for the easiest access.

 


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ASL Interpreted Performances

The UNCG School of Theatre offers a team of professional, experienced ASL interpreters that stand to the side of the stage during specific performances and offer sign language interpretation as the actors are speaking/singing their lines. 

2021-2022 Season Shows with ASL Performances:

Offered upon request

* Tickets to CVPA and UCLS events are sold exclusively through our box office locations and ETix website, and nowhere else. Tickets purchased through third-party vendors cannot be honored.


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Assisted Listening System:

The UNCG School of Theatre also offers an assisted listening system. It consists of headphones connected to a wireless receiver. The wireless receiver connects to the main audio feed and transmits sound via headphones, making sure that our patrons don’t miss a word. To receive this service, please visit the UNCG Theatre Box Office before a show and request an assisted listening device. The box office will give you a device in exchange for your driver’s license. The House Manager will return your license after the show when you bring the assisted listening device back to the box office.


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Mobility:

Both the Taylor Theatre and the Sprinkle Theatre are equipped with wheelchair-friendly entrances that are located on the sides of the building. Taylor Theatre is also equipped with an elevator. The Sprinkle Theatre is on the main level, so the use of an elevator is not necessary.

Seating:

  • Taylor Theatre:

    Accessible seating in Taylor Theatre is located in row P and O.  There is space in row O to park wheelchairs and there are seats in row O where someone could be transferred into a seat.Please see the ASL Interpreted Performance section above for recommendations regarding seating for those performances.

  • Sprinkle Theatre:

    The accessible seats in Sprinkle Theatre are 101-107 and 102-108. Wheelchair-accessible seating may be purchased over the phone, online, or in-person at the box office.


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Blind or Low Vision:

The UNCG School of Theatre offers large-print programs upon request. In order to secure a large-print program for the performance, please email thrma@uncg.edu with at least one week’s notice to place your request.


 

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