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King Lear

September 9

November 9, 2014

in CST's Courtyard Theater

by William Shakespeare
directed by Barbara Gaines

Access Shakespeare

Chicago Shakespeare strives to make its facility and performances accessible to all patrons. When purchasing tickets for an Access Shakespeare performance, please indicate your wish to participate in the program so that we may provide the best possible seats and service. If disability assistance is required, you’ll find that our staff is ready to help in any way possible. Below are scheduled performances for King Lear.

Audio-described Performance/Touch Tour: 
Sunday, September 28, 2014, 2:00 p.m.  (Touch Tour begins at 12:15 p.m.).
Described by Jason Harrington

Open-captioned Performance:      
Friday, October 17, 2014, 7:30 p.m.
Captioned by c2

ASL Duo-interpreted Performance:      
Friday, October 24, 2014, 7:30 p.m.
Interpreted by Elizabeth Bartlow Breslin (CI/CT) and Susan Sotnick (NIC)

Access Shakespeare Pay-What-You-Can Program
Understanding that patrons participating in our access programs represent a broad financial spectrum, we’re putting it in their hands to pay what they can, to ensure that our productions are as available as possible, to the widest audience possible. For both single ticket and subscription purchases, we are happy to extend this pay-what-you-can program to the patron utilizing the service and to one companion.

For single tickets to King Lear, choose a ticket price ranging from our full-price of $78 to as low as $20.

To purchase Access Shakespeare Pay-What-You-Can single ticket or subscriptions, please contact our Box Office during regular business hours. Please purchase your tickets in advance to participate in our Access programs: ASL duo-interpretation, open captioning or audio description. Programs with no attendance may be cancelled 48 hours prior to the show.

Phone: 312.595.5600
TTY: 312.595.5699
Group sales: 312.595.5678
Fax: 312.595.5644
Emailaccess@chicagoshakes.com

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