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TDF Accessibility Programs provide a membership service for theatregoers who are hard of hearing or deaf, have low vision or are blind, cannot climb stairs or require aisle seating or wheelchair locations
Autism Friendly Performances
In a judgement-free and supportive environment, TDF presents autism-friendly performances of Broadway shows for people on the autism spectrum and their families and caretakers, as well as other people with developmental or cognitive disabilities or sensory sensitivities.
Most Asked Questions
How do I become a member of TDF Accessibility Programs?
If you prefer to apply by mail, you can download our application here, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to...
For students who are hard of hearing or deaf, TDF simultaneously provides sign language interpreting and open captioning. For students with low vision or are blind, TDF provides live audio description.View Accessibility Program for Students
TDF partners exclusively with veteran group organizations in the city who distribute a limited number of tickets to Broadway shows at no cost to their constituents.View TDF Veterans Theatergoing Program
Theatre Access NYC
Theatre Access NYC is brought to you by TDF (Theatre Development Fund) and The Broadway League. It is the philosophy of both organizations that everyone, regardless of disability, should have access to the performing arts.
Theatre Access NYC helps you easily find accessibility information on current Broadway shows including:
The TAP Plus Program, which is administered by TDF, provides Grants of up to $5,000 to eligible organizations in New York State.Accessibility Grants
Sharing best practices and lessons learned, Lisa Carling, Director of TDF Accessibility Programs, spoke on the "“Disability, Diversity and Inclusion: Broadway Master Class” panel as part of the United Nations 14th Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. This event took place on June 18, 2021.Study Guides & Resources
Our patron services and ticket sellers are happy to assist people with disabilities. Let us know if you have questions about what accommodations are available.Visit TKTS
The staff at the Costume Collection is happy to assist customers with disabilities free of charge. Please contact us for more information.Visit Costume Collection