ACCESSIBILITY

crowd out is an inclusive experience, and we are dedicated to creating an accessible space for participants of all ages and abilities. 

Check back in the weeks leading up to the performance as we add more information about locations and further accessible features. To request a specific accommodation, email access@chicagohumanities.org or call (312) 605-8444.

Access Tent

Visit our Access Tent to be connected to an accessible accommodation, as indicated below. The Access Tent will have printed programs (in text and in braille) with lyrics of what the performers will say. An ASL interpreter will be stationed at the Access Tent to provide information and directions in ASL.
 

Accessible Viewing Area

Attendees with disabilities and their companions are invited to sit in the accessible viewing area. This area will be ideal for people who cannot stand for long periods of time, or would like a stationary area to watch the performance. This area is wheelchair accessible.


Sign Language Interpretation

Four ASL interpreters will interpret the four groups of performers, dispersed in areas near Cloud Gate ("the Bean").

Volunteers from the Access Tent can direct you to the locations of the interpreters.
 

Closed Captions

Closed captions will be made available on this page on October 1, the day of the performance. Check back on October 1 using your smartphone or tablet for links to live closed captions.