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Text on the left says "Audio Described". On the right is an icon with the letters 'A' and 'D' in capitals with three waves next to the 'D'.

What is an Audio Described Performance?

If you are Blind or have low vision, try our audio described performances, where a live audio describer provides details of costumes, sets and key on-stage action via headset, supplementing the dialogue without interfering with it.

Please arrive 15-minutes pre-show for a description of the set and costumes. If you have a valid CNIB or Access2Entertainment card you can bring one guest complimentary. If you read Braille, you can borrow our Braille house programs from the House Manager.

Please be sure to reserve an audio description headset when you book your ticket.

For additional information and inquiries regarding accessibility, please contact

Additional performance dates may be added for groups of 20 or more. Please email for further information.