Advocate for Access

Be an Advocate for Accessibility

We at the Goodman are proud to provide a full roster of accessibility programs. Our four largest of the set include Open-Captioned, ASL-Interpreted, Audio-Described and Touch Tour, and Sensory-Friendly performances. Programs like these help us welcome more audiences into our theater than ever before, and we rely on the generosity of donors like you to be able to provide these services.

In order to continue and expand upon these critical programs, we hope you will consider making a gift toward the accessibility fund.

Thanks to the contributions of our generous donors in the last year, we were able to expand our accessibility programs and reach more members of our community. We’ve added an additional Sensory-Friendly performance and Touch Tour for patrons with autism or other sensory processing disorders, and hired a sensory consultant to work alongside our production crews and train our staff and cast members.

You can make your gift now by entering your support in the box below. You may also contact the Development Office at 312.443.3811 ext. 566.

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Blind and Low-Vision Services

Blind & Low-Vision Services

Audio-Described performances, Touch Tours and large print and braille programs help bring our productions to life. Learn More >>

ASL-Interpreted Performances

ASL-Interpreted Performances

Live American Sign Language interpreters perform alongside Goodman Theatre productions. Learn More >>

Services for Those Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Services for Those Who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Assistive listening devices and open-captioned performances break down the language barrier. Learn More >>

Mobility

Mobility

Designated parking, accessible entrances and reserved accessible seating remove physical barriers at the theater. Learn More >>

Sensory-Friendly Performances

Sensory-Friendly/Relaxed Performances

Modified Goodman Theatre productions create an experience specially crafted for patrons with autism or other social, cognitive and physical challenges. Learn More >>

Giving Inquiries
Delaney Sterling - 312.443.3811 ext. 566 or email us.