All four film and video exhibition areas are accessible by elevators. All are also equipped with a variety of options for patrons that are hard of hearing, deaf, blind, and/or visually impaired.

Call or visit the box office if you are unsure if the movie you want to see has these features. Closed Captioning and/or Audio Description will not necessarily be available for all films, but all films do have Assisted Listening.

At the theater, the box office and/or projection staff can quickly instruct you on how to use the devices. A pen and paper can be made available for anyone who would rather communicate by writing.

  • Assisted Listening

    Using a small receiver that can be obtained at the box office, the audio track of any film can be broadcast into your headphones (borrow a pair from the box office or bring your own). It also can come with a lanyard that acts as an induction loop for hearing aids. In the larger theatres, live movie introductions and post-show discussions done through microphones will also run through the system into the devices.

  • Audio Description

    Using the same Assisted Listening device, audience members can enjoy visually descriptive narration which is balanced with the film’s audio so both are experienced clearly. Headphones and neck-loops are both available.

    Look for the Audio Description icon on the website and printed schedules to see which films have the option available.

  • Closed Captioning

    During select features, closed captioning can be displayed in a receiver placed in your cup holder. Simply push the rubber puck at the base down into the cup holder, and adjust the display into your field of vision. The text displays as white, and will not appear until the film begins.

    Look for the Closed Captioning icon on the website and printed schedules to see which films have the option available.