Accessibility In Theatre – Inside Look Into Sensory Friendly Performances
By Anna Robb
TheatreArtLife has a discussion with a team of expert panelists to discuss the importance of accessibility in theatre and what this means for audiences, production companies and theatre staff.
From creating work specifically for those with sensory differences, to augmenting existing productions for sensory friendly and sign language supported performances, accessibility is a vital part of programming and planning, as the industry works towards inclusivity and accessibility for all performers and patrons. This is a unique discussion from the team behind Cahoots NI and The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on their respected and innovative approaches to accessibility in theatre.