Festival Accessibility

 

sound off is proud to be an inclusive ENVIRONMENT for both deaf and hearing Festival attendees.

All performances and SOUND OFF events are accessible for both Deaf and hearing audiences.

Most shows are presented in American Sign Language (ASL), with ASL interpretation or ASL to English interpretation where necessary. ASL interpretation will provided for SOUND OFF's events, such as workshops, staged readings, and talk-backs, along with the Theatresports: SOUND OFF Edition improv show.

We make inclusion a priority for this festival. Interpreters will be stationed throughout the festival at places such as the box office, concessions, and front of house to help patrons who are Deaf enjoy their evening to the fullest.

In  addition to SOUND OFF's shows and events, the Chinook Series Salon Discussions, which take place each day from February 11th through 18th, 5:30 PM to 6:30 PM,  in the ATB Financial Arts Barns lobby will all feature ASL interpretation.

All venues are barrier free for people who use mobility aids (walkers, wheelchairs, etc). However, there is limited wheel chair spaces for some performances, and calling ahead is recommended. Please contact Fringe Theatre Adventures to confirm (780-409-1910).