Access Measures

This ASL video details Access Measures at the Fringe Collective. Thanks to the folks at Deaf Spectrum for putting this together for us!

 

The ASL video above details Access Measures at The Fringe Collective. Thank you to the folks at Deaf Spectrum for putting this together! 


Access at the Fringe Collective

The Toronto Fringe is committed to creating an inclusive experience for all patrons, staff, artists, and volunteers, including those with disabilities. We work with our community to identify, prevent, and remove barriers so that a fulfilling experience can be enjoyed by all.In that spirit, the following access measures are included in the Fringe Collective experience:

All livestream POSTSCRIPT presentations will feature ASL interpretation and live captioning.

All pre-recorded Fringe Collective digital content is required to meet the following basic accessibility standards:

Please note that the Toronto Fringe is not typically an online content producer. We are learning as we go. If you have access needs, a question about accessibility, or suggestions for improving accessibility for audiences, please email Outreach Coordinator Senjuti Sarker at outreach@fringetoronto.com.


You are invited: KidsFest Story Hour with ASL Interpretation

Join us on Saturday, July 11 at 3:00 pm for KidsFest Story Hour presented by Toronto Fringe staff, with ASL interpretation by Tekaliwatheta and Phoenix the Fire. This free event will be live-streamed with captions on the Toronto Fringe Facebook page. Thank you to Phoenix the Fire for creating the following video for us.  

An ASL video regarding KidsFest Story Hour


ACCESS MEASURES AT FRINGE AND NEXT STAGE

The following list describes Access Measures at our typical in-person theatre festivals, and are for reference only.