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George Street Playhouse offers all people equal access and opportunities to participate in its
services, programs and activities. If any individual requires special assistance or assistive technology, please contact the Director of Patron Services at 732-246-7717 as far in advance of the program as possible.

AUDIO-DESCRIBED PERFORMANCES
The audio-described performances for patrons with visual impairments are at 8 p.m. on:
The Second Mrs. Wilson: November 24;
Nureyev’s Eyes: February 18;
Sex With Strangers: March 24;
My Name is Asher Lev: April 28;
Please call the Box Office, 732-246-7717, for further information. Audio-described performances are made possible by support from the Fund for the New Jersey Blind, Inc.

OPEN-CAPTIONED PERFORMANCES
The open-captioned performances for patrons with hearing impairments are at 2 p.m. on:
The Second Mrs. Wilson: November 28;
Nureyev’s Eyes: February 20;
Sex With Strangers: March 26;
My Name is Asher Lev: April 30;

Please inform the Box Office that you wish to use this service so that you may be seated appropriately.

George Street Playhouse accessible programming is made possible in part by the Fund for the NJ Blind, Inc., the Hyde and Watson Foundation, the Union Foundation and the E.J. Grassmann Trust.

ASSISTIVE LISTENING SYSTEM

For patrons who have a hearing impairment, light-weight, comfortable, padded ear buds and receivers are available in the lobby at the bar.

George Street Playhouse offers all people equal access and opportunities to participate in its services, programs and activities. If any individual requires special assistance or assistive technology, please contact the Patron Services Manager at 732-246-7717 as far in advance of the program as possible.

LARGE- PRINT AND BRAILLE PROGRAMS are available free of charge by request at the Box Office window.

A FRONT ENTRANCE RAMP between George Street Playhouse and The State Theatre allows for wheelchair entrance accessibility.  Limited wheelchair seating available on request at time of purchase.

Take a Google Tour!

Click on the link above to see the wheelchair access ramp to George Street Playhouse, located on the left side of the building (near the State Theatre) as you approach the front door along Livingston Ave. Keep clicking up the ramp until you reach the side entrance. Click on the doorway to virtually enter the lobby. 

This program is made possible in part by support from Kessler Foundation, in partnership with the New Jersey Theatre Alliance.

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Jack Klugman in The Sunshine Boys, photo by T. Charles Erickson

 
 
 
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