Accessibility Questions? Contact our Accessibility Coordinator Debi Sciranka .
Pittsburgh Post Gazette Article: Pittsburgh's Prime Stage Theatre gains new sensory inclusion status
More Information: Prime Stage Accessibility Programs (pdf)
PRIME STAGE AUDIO DESCRIPTION PERFORMANCE
We feature our Audio Description for those who are blind or visually impaired. During the performance, all action and physical appearances will be described by Nathan Ruggles of Audio Describe www.AudioDescribePGH.org
Buy tickets to One Christmas Carol - Audio Descriptive Performance below:
PRIME STAGE CLOSED CAPTION PERFORMANCE
Our closed captions are a text version of the spoken part of a of the production and is used to aid hearing-impaired people and is useful when audio cannot be heard.
PRIME STAGE SENSORY INCLUSIVE PERFORMANCE
Our Sensory Inclusive Performance is a family experience. We provide a social story with pre-theater preparatory activities for the person with a sensory, social, or learning disability so the person begins to understand and anticipate what might happen at a performing arts experience.
Prime Stage Theatre staff is certified for Sensory Inclusive with KultureCity
Autism Speaks - https://www.autismspeaks.org/western-pennsylvania
Autism Society of Pittsburgh - https://www.autismsocietypgh.org/
Bandtogether Pittsburgh - https://www.bandtogetherpgh.org//
Parents in Toto - http://parentsintoto.org/
Slippery Rock University Special Education Program - https://www.sru.edu/academics/majors-and-minors/special-education-transition-programming
Allegheny Health Network
Jack Buncher Foundation
Snee-Rinehardt Charitable Foundation
The Fine Foundation
Edith L. Trees Charitable Trust