Captioned Performances, Theatre and Movies

Captions comes to the the East Bay

Live Theatre

Hearing Loss Association of America – Diablo Valley Chapter successfully collaborated with Hearing Loss Association of America – East Bay Chapter and Association of Late Deafened Adults and advocated for live captioning at Berkeley Repertory Theatre and California Shakespeare Theater.

Open captioning is state-of-the-art technology that displays text of an actor’s speech at the same time the actor is speaking. Audience members don’t need to have any special equipment to see the displayed text.

Berkeley Rep

2015-2016 Season
Disgraced—Sunday, December 13 · 2pm
Aubergine—Sunday, March 20 · 2pm
Macbeth—Sunday, April 3 · 2pm
Treasure Island—Sunday, May 29 · 2pm
For Peter Pan on her 70th birthday—Sunday, June 26 · 2pm

Open Captioning

Open captioning is offered for one performance of each play.

Assistive Listening System

Free FM assistive listening receivers with headsets or neckloops are available at all performances. No advance reservations required.
More information on accessibility is available on their website.

Contact:
Box Office 510.647.2949
e-mail: customer [email protected]
Visit their web site: Berkeley Repertory Theatre

CalShakes

2016 Season
Much Ado About Nothing—Wednesday, June 1, 2016 7:30 pm
Fences—Wednesday, Wednesday, July 13, 2016, 7:30 pm
You Can Never Tell—Wednesday, August 17, 2016, 7:30 pm
Othello— Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Open Captioning

Open captioning is offered for one performance of each play.

Assistive Listening System

Free FM assistive listening receivers with headsets or neckloops are available at all performances. No advanced reservations required.

Contact:
Box Office: 510.548.9666
e-mail: [email protected]

Movies

All Century Theaters in Contra Costa County have closed captions and assistive listening devices