Accessible theater is becoming more popular
A group of actors is on stage in costumeTheaters around the world are slowly catching on the idea of accessibility for the visually impaired, people with autism and the hearing impaired.

A theater in Canada recently took a request from a visually impaired person to heart and created a special performance using a narrator to help those with limited or no vision understand what was happening on the stage. They also kept the lights over the audience on dimly and allowed those who needed to, to enter and exit when needed.

Read more about what they created and why it matters in this article

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