The Orlando Fringe was founded on the mandate of being 100% accessible. We hope to create opportunities for people of all abilities and backgrounds to enjoy the Fringe. We’re continually working to improve our accessibility. All Fringe-managed venues and “Bring Your Own Venue” Partner Venues are fully accessible; however, some site-specific venues have limited wheelchair access. Below you can find information on what might be a good fit for any unique needs you may have. If you have any questions, concerns or suggestions, we would love to hear from you!
If you are at Fringe and have an issue that requires immediate assistance please call our office at 407-648-0077
If you are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or require priority seating to view any performance, please let our volunteer venue captain know when you arrive. Please plan to arrive at least 15 minutes before show time and you will be granted priority access to the venue.
We at Orlando Fringe are doing our best to make Fringe as accessible as possible to all audiences. While all Fringe-managed venues are fully wheelchair accessible, some shows are site-specific and wheelchair access may be limited in those venues. Please take a look at the information below for further details.
Festival Managed Venues
“Bring Your Own Venue” – Partner Venues
DEAF AND HoH ACCESSIBILITY
The artists have self-reported whether they consider their shows “Deaf and Hard of Hearing Friendly,” which suggests their meaning and enjoyment does not depend on sound elements. We invited the artists to provide notes about the accessibility of their show, which are included below. For full show descriptions and tickets, click the show title.
These shows are largely non-verbal and may also be appropriate for patrons with English as a second language.[INFORMATION COMING SOON]