Broadway Across America


Audio description is a live narration of the visual aspects of the performance broadcasted to visually impaired patrons who wear a small receiver (headset). This narration includes pre-show descriptions of the theatre and of the costume and scenic elements as well as narration of blocking and choreography between the show’s dialogue and musical numbers.

Audio described performances are usually the first Saturday matinee of a show’s run.



During American Sign Language performances, skilled theatrical Interpreters use American Sign Language to interpret the performances on stage. The Interpreters work with a Deaf ASL Consultant to translate the production into American Sign Language. The audience can see both the Interpreters and the stage action simultaneously.

American Sign Language performances are usually the first Sunday matinee of a show’s run.



Get tickets in person: Aronoff Center Box Office, 650 Walnut St. downtown
Box Office Hours: M-F, 10am-5pm
Get tickets by phone: (513) 621-2787