ASL INTERPRETED PERFORMANCES

Soulpepper is pleased to offer live ASL interpretation for select performances as part of our 2018-19 season.

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RELAXED PERFORMANCES

Relaxed performances are intended specifically to be sensitive to and welcoming of patrons who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including, but not limited to, those with autistic spectrum conditions, sensory and communication disorders, or learning disabled people. There is a more casual-than-usual approach to front-of-house etiquette and we ask other audience members to be aware of people's needs to move or make involuntary noise. The artistic excellence of the production and director’s vision remain unchanged.

Indicated performances will feature a less restrictive audience environment and experience, including, but not limited to, exit and re-entry to the theatre space, house lights remaining at a suitable level, adjusting the intensity of light and sound cues, allowing snacks into the theatre space, a quiet room being available for patrons, and an introduction of cast members prior to the performance.

UPCOMING RELAXED PERFORMANCES

Escaped Alone - Nov. 10 (2:00 PM)
Peter Pan - Dec. 15 (1:00 PM), Dec. 19 (1:00 PM)
Rose - Jan. 27 (1:30 PM), Feb. 2 (1:30 PM)

Wheelchair Seating

Wheelchair accessible seating is available for all performances in all theatres at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts. Please book these seats by calling the box office at 416.866.8666.

Hearing Assisting Devices

Assistive Listening Devices are available free of charge and on a first come, first served basis before the performance. You will be required to leave a piece of photo I.D.

Facility Access

The Young Centre for the Performing Arts is fully wheelchair accessible, and meets Ontario’s building code standards. An elevator allows patron access to all floors. All entrances have push-button automated doors allowing for a barrier-free path of travel. Our restrooms have a 30” clearance, which may not be sufficient for all models of mobility devices.

Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)

All Young Centre service staff have been trained in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) standards, and aim to provide an enjoyable experience for customers of all abilities. If you have a concern or suggestion, please contact Karen Turner, Senior Manager of Patron Services at karen.turner@youngcentre.ca.

Support Persons

Support persons accompanying a ticket holder with a disability will be provided with a complimentary ticket. Please book these seats by calling the Box Office at 416.866.8666.