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West Side Story
@ Chrysler Hall

Accommodations for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

Orchestra seats normally $85+ is discounted to $43!!!


Chris Jones of the Chicago Tribune calls this a "mostly successful revival."

Come on out! Bring a friend! Tell a co-worker! Inform a neighbor! Spread the word!
Support Open Captioning at live theater by attending the FIRST Open Captioned show of Chrysler Hall's 2013/2014 Broadway season.  Hope to see you there!

November 23, 2013 @ 2:00 pm
Open Captioning provided by Boyle Reporting & Captioning Services, LLC
If you like captioned movies and television programs, you can see Broadway shows with open captioning!!!
@ Chrysler Hall
215 St. Pauls Blvd
Norfolk, VA 23510
To purchase tickets call Gay Jones


Upcoming Events

2013/2014 Lineup:

West Side Story,

Mamma Mia,

Adams Family,
Million Dollar Quartet


What is Open Captioning? 

Open Captioning is a speech-to-text display to provide a simultaneous transcription of dialogue, lyrics and a description of environmental sounds for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing used at performing arts venues for scripted plays, displayed through an LED Board.

This service can be used by everyone for viewing in a reserved seating area.  Open captioning is considered a universal accommodation because it can be used by anyone regardless of hearing impairment, age or ability.


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