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We are different people after the last few years. Coming back into spaces requires a care and thoughtfulness that audiences and artists deserve. The time away has given us the opportunity to reflect on how The Gift can meet people where they are now, how to welcome people into our space in new ways. While we are still figuring out how to bring more people into our stories, we are driven by the truth – that art is for everyone.  And we are committed to removing as many barriers as possible.

We look forward to captioned performances, relaxed performances, audio-described performances, sensory tours, options for different price points, content advisories, pre and post show conversation starters and will make sure that rehearsal and performance spaces are those that welcome those with mobility challenges and all gender bathrooms. Service animals are also welcome. We will have an electronic guide available, featuring physical notes and elements to expect in the performance space and the production itself. – Co-Artistic Director Emjoy Gavino

The Gift Theatre is committed to making our home and work as accessible as possible to as many as possible. If there’s anything preventing you from attending a performance or something we can do to make your experience more enjoyable, please let us know.

Services for people with mobility disabilities

Our entire venue, including the lobby, theatre, and restrooms are at street level. Wheelchair seating is available, as are seats that don’t require climbing stairs. All of our restrooms are wheelchair accessible.

Those who are blind or low vision

Each production includes an audio described performance. Touch tours and artistic conversations with the cast and crew are offered before audio-described performances. In addition, curb-to-seat assistance is available on request.

Those who are deaf or hARD OF HEARING

Each production includes an open captioned and audio-described performance.

Those who are immunocompromised

Each production includes performances where masks are required for the audience.

Upcoming Accessible Dates:

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  • Mothers Captioned Performances
    • Saturday, February 17, 2024 at 7:30 PM
    • Sunday, February 18, 2024 at 3:00 PM
  • Mothers Audio-described Performance/Touch Tour and Conversation with the Cast
    • Sunday, February 18, 2024 at 3:00 PM, Touch Tour starting at 2:00 PM
  • Mothers Sensory Friendly performance
    • Sunday, February 25, 2024 at 3:00 PM
  • Mothers audience masked required performances
    • Every Thursday performance will require the entire audience to be masked
Questions? Give us a call at (773) 283-7071 or email