Berkeley Dance Project 2020: Access Services Request
TDPS is partnering with Gravity Access Services to offer live audio description and haptic access tours for the Berkeley Dance Project performance on Saturday, February 22. Audio description is a live audio track spoken by a professional audio describer to audience members with visual impairments through a wireless headset system. It provides clear and engaging descriptions of the meaningful visual details of a performance. A haptic access tour is a live pre-show tour that allows patrons to experience—through touch and their own movement—the space, performers, costumes and objects in addition to key movement elements in the performance.

TDPS will also provide ASL interpretation on February 22 for the dance piece "Cycle" by Lisa Wymore. If you would like to request ASL interpretation for the rest of the concert, which includes minimal spoken elements, please note your request at the bottom of this form.

To request these access services, please complete the form below or contact Ben Dillon, Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies, by calling 510-642-9925.

Haptic Access Tours will begin at 7:30pm on February 22 in The Playhouse at Zellerbach Hall. Reserved headsets will also be available for pickup at that time.

Purchase tickets for Berkeley Dance Project at https://tdps.events/bdp20. You may reserve a wheelchair accessible space through the online ticketing system.

Get directions to the Playhouse at Zellerbach Hall at https://tdps.berkeley.edu/directions/playhouse

Additional resources for campus accessibility are available at https://dac.berkeley.edu/
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Ben Dillon
Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies
Phone: 510-642-9925
Email: tdps@berkeley.edu
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