Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s Access Program creates opportunities for people to participate in the theater who otherwise would not be able to do so. The goal of expanding access is pursued in the following ways:
Through the Access Program, the Festival is able to offer an inclusive cultural experience to the broader Idaho community of the Deaf and Hard-of-hearing; provide an enriching and enjoyable outing for elderly citizens living with few means and often without family support; offer an educational, socializing experience for children in the juvenile corrections system; and engage newly arrived refugees with the language and culture of their new home. All of these groups and more have participated in the Access Program. We look forward to many future successes through this program.
For more information on the Access Program, please contact Carly Oppie at email@example.com or 208-429-9908 x207
Idaho Shakespeare Festival is dedicated to making the magic of live theater accessible. As part of our summer Access Program one performance of each play is interpreted into American Sign Language. Please contact the box office at 208-336-9221 for tickets.
2019 Sign Interpreted performance schedule:
June 18 – The Taming of the Shrew
July 3 – Witness for the Prosecution
July 16 – The Music Man
August 20 – Julius Caesar
September 11 – Million Dollar Quartet