Please let the bow office staff know about any accessibility requests when you are ordering your tickets. You can call the box office at 608-265-2787 or make a note when submitting a ticket request online. The theatre is on the second floor but there is elevator access to the lobby. You can find accessibility information for the entire Memorial Union building on this page: https://union.wisc.edu/visit/accessibility/
Accessibility for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Unfortunately, we are not able to offer an ASL interpreted show for this production. If you would like an assisted listening device, you can call the box office or make a note when ordering your tickets, and they will have the device ready for you at the box office.
Accessibility for the Visually Impaired
Unfortunately, we are not able to offer a touch tour or audio-described performance of this production. There will be lobby materials available for touch interaction before the show.
This production will include loud noises. If a member of your party is sensitive to sound, we suggest that you bring ear protection from home.
What is a Social Story?
A social story is a written/visual guide to a social situation created for people with autism. It provides a visual narrative to a new situation, which often eases anxiety about encountering something new. Many major American children’s theatres have borrowed the social story concept from the field of special education, and now publish social stories for their
performances so that their patrons on the Autism spectrum have to option of reading the social story before seeing the show. Below is the social story for the experience of seeing a show at the Memorial Union's Frederic March Play Circle.