Lincoln Center Events for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Audiences

08/25/2021 8:00 pm

 

 

 

For all events:
For guests who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing, reserve tickets at least 5 days in advance of the performance by emailing access@lincolncenter.org or contacting 212 875 5375.

  • Dark Disabled Stories by Ryan Haddad on Thursday, August 5th at 7pm
    Haddad's newest autobiographical play, Dark Disabled Stories, is a series of stirring vignettes about the strangers he encounters while navigating a city (and a world) not built for his walker and cerebral palsy. By turns raunchy, hilarious, and unforgiving, Dark Disabled Stories probes implicit ableism and the assumptions we make about people we'll never really know.

    Access info: All seats are located on accessible routes and have flexible seating that can be removed for mobility devices.  All restrooms, including accessible restrooms, located to the right of the bandshell.
    FM ALDs with headsets or neck loops available to borrow.
    ASL interpretation and audio description is integrated into the performance.
    Captioning available on personal devices via QR code to streamtext link.

  • La Casita on Sunday, August 8th at 8pm
    In 2001, Lincoln Center hosted the first La Casita, a citywide, internationally inclusive festival celebrating the global oral traditions in poetry and music, grounded in the principle that New York City is more equitably represented by presenting the rich artistic traditions of its many underserved communities. In honor of La Casita's twentieth anniversary, their roster of esteemed curators has assembled a stellar cast of artists hailing from across the globe.

    Access info: All seats are located on accessible routes and have flexible seating that can be removed for mobility devices.  All restrooms, including accessible restrooms, located on concourse level, accessible via elevator.
    FM ALDs with headsets or neck loops available to borrow.
    ASL interpretation available.

  • An Evening of Short Plays - Queen's Theatre on Wednesday, August 25th at 7pm
    Reflecting Queens Theatre’s commitment to the creation of original work and engagement within the Disabled community, this evening of three short play readings centers on fresh perspectives for Disabled identity. In 2001, Queens Theatre began its play development program, New American Voices, which led to the 2018 launch of their Theatre for All initiative, created to provide services for Disabled audiences and offer financial support, training and opportunities for Disabled artists. Following an earlier collaboration between QT and Lincoln Center in 2020, this evening's show features a team of Disabled writers chosen from submissions to New American Voices and artists from its Theatre for All training program.

Access info: All seats are located on accessible routes and have flexible seating that can be removed for mobility devices.  All restrooms, including accessible restrooms, located on concourse level, accessible via elevator.
FM ALDs with headsets or neck loops available to borrow.
ASL interpretation available.
Audio description is integrated into stage directions.
Captioning available on personal devices via QR code to streamtext link.

  • 100 Years | 100 Women Project on Wednesday, August 25th at 8pm
    To mark the centennial of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution granting women the right to vote, Park Avenue Armory, with lead partner National Black Theatre, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Laundromat Project, and seven other cultural institutions across New York City, commissioned over 100 self-identified women, or nonbinary, artists to respond to the complex history of women’s suffrage, the 100 Years | 100 Women Project. On the eve of Women’s Equality Day 2021, join the 100 Years | 100 Women Project partners and commissioned artists at Lincoln Center's Restart Stages for the first live celebration of the project with music, dance, and spoken word in honor of a kaleidoscope of women who inspire us all.

Access info: All seats are in rows, without social distancing or pods in place.  Accessible seat locations available.  Please contact access@lincolncenter.org or 212 875 5375 to reserve accessible seating.  All restrooms, including accessible restrooms, located to the right of the bandshell.
FM ALDs with headsets or neck loops available to borrow.
Captioning available on personal devices via QR code to streamtext link.