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Children of a Lesser God is proud to be the most accessible play in Broadway history.
Here are the accessibility services we offer.

SUPERTITLES

At every performance, the production will feature supertitles, where the play's text is incorporated into the show's scenic design. Audiences will be able to follow the dialogue while watching what happens on stage at the same time.

Supertitles are visible in the following sections:

Orchestra
Center Rows: G-M
Left Side: Rows F-L, seats 1-13
Right Side: Rows F-L, seats 2-14

Mezzanine
Visible from all seats

CLOSED CAPTIONING WITH GALAPRO

At every performance, audience members can stream real-time closed captioning through the GalaPro app, which is available on Apple or Android devices. Audience members should download the app before arriving at the theatre. Once they arrive, they can open the app, select Children of a Lesser God and choose Closed Captioning. The app will guide them through the setup process and real-time translation will begin automatically when the show starts.

Click here to get additional information and download the GalaPro app.

A limited number of GalaPro devices are available to borrow at the theater for every performance.

AUDIO DESCRIPTION WITH GALAPRO

Audience members can also use the GalaPro app to receive an automated detailed account of the visual action of the production, for blind or partially sighted patrons. Follow the same instructions from the 'Closed Captioning with GalaPro' section to download the app. Once in the theater, open the app and select Audio Description. The app will guide patrons through the setup process and real-time audio description will begin automatically when the show starts.

A limited number of audio description devices will also be available to borrow at the theater for every performance.

The Sign Language Center is proud to be working with Children of a Lesser God to provide volunteer ASL support to the box office and front of house staff, including ushers, concessions, and merchandise as patrons are arriving for each performance. Volunteers are also at the stage door after the show to help facilitate interactions between fans and the cast.

For more information on the Sign Language Center, please visit signlanguagecenter.com, by phone (212-570-0075), or by Video Phone (646-666-8606).