accessibility

The Orlando Fringe was founded on the mandate of being 100% accessible

accessibility

The Orlando Fringe was founded on the mandate of 100% accessibility

if you are at the festival and require assistance, please call our office at

Orlando Fringe is committed to being 100% accessible to people of all abilities and backgrounds. 

Below you can find information on what might be a good fit for any unique needs you may have. 

At the time of your ticket purchase, please inform the Box Office of any accessibility needs or accommodations requested.

If you have any questions, need assistance or an accommodation not listed, please email [email protected].

accessible performance listing

Please note that although the following shows are listed, the descriptions and warnings are provided to Fringe by the individual artist. Orlando Fringe has not verified the claims made by the artists. 

Blind and Low Vision

Audio Described Shows

Click here to download our list of Blind and Low Vision shows with audio description

The following productions are being presented with Audio Descriptions. Please email  if you plan to attend.

Constellations

Friday, May 20th, 7:15pm (The Abbey)

Bullock and The Bandit

Friday, May 20th, 9:15pm (The Abbey)

God is a Scottish Drag Queen (Best Of)

Saturday, May 21st, 3:30pm (Gold Venue)

Coconuts, Coral, and Cowsh*t

Sunday, May 22nd, 3:05pm (Pink Venue)

Six Chick Flicks or a Legally Blonde Pretty Woman Dirty Danced on the Beaches while writing a Notebook on the Titanic

Sunday, May 22nd, 8:00pm (Silver Venue)

Complete Works of Stephen Sondheim Abridged

Monday, May 23rd, 7:15pm (Green Venue)

Spider Queen

Monday, May 23rd, 8:55pm (Green Venue)

The Murray Method

Wednesday, May 25th, 6:30pm (Yellow Venue)

Fruit Flies Like a Banana

Wednesday, May 25th, 8:15pm (Orange Venue)

Here Comes the Bride and Groom

Wednesday, May 25th, 9:35pm (Pink Venue) 

Betteducation (Of A Divine Miss M’poster)

Friday, May 27th, 5:00pm (Savoy)

Apocalypseville

Friday, May 27th, 7:45pm (Purple Venue)

Becoming Grandma Kat

Friday, May 27th, 9:00pm (Teal Venue)

Born Ugly Yesterday

Friday, May 27th, 10:15pm (Purple Venue)

Carmilla: An American Gothic

Saturday, May 28th, 12:30pm (Blue Venue)

Les MiserABBA

Saturday, May 28th, 3:45pm (Orange Venue)

Underbelly

Saturday, May 28th, 4:15pm (Silver Venue) 

The Untold Story of Hansel and Gretel

Saturday, May 28th, 6:00pm (Site Specific Show located Out Front of The Science Center Right Across from The Lawn)

Lucky Break

Sunday, May 29th, 3:45pm (Silver Venue) 

You Belong Here

Sunday, May 29th, 4:45pm (Blue Venue)

 

The following productions are not being presented with Audio Descriptions however, the artist has indicated that someone who is blind or has low vision will be able to enjoy the performance. If you would like to request Audio Description for these shows please email  72 hours in advance. 

Lucky Break

Peculiar, Missouri

LeLand Loves Bigfoot

You-Haul-It

The Princess Strikes Back: One Woman’s Search for the Space Cowboy of her Dreams

Father, Daughter & Holy Toast

Waiting for Gadot

You Belong Here

Gone

Triple Bypass

Lies, Anger and Forgiveness

Deaf and Hard of Hearing

ASL Interpreted Shows

Click here for a list of our ASL Shows

Please see below for a list of select performances that will have ASL-Interpretation.  If you plan to attend one of these performances and will need a seat in our ASL accessible seats, please email [email protected].  Please know that seating is on a first-come-first-served basis. We recommend arriving at the venue at least 30 minutes prior to the show. Be sure and let the Venue Captain know you require ASL seating upon your arrival. 

If you would like to request ASL-Interpretation for a show not listed, please email [email protected] 3 days prior to the requested performance. 

Becoming Grandma Kat

Saturday, May 21st, 5:00pm (Teal Venue)

Sunday, May 22nd, 8:30pm (Teal Venue)

Friday, May 27th, 9:00pm (Teal Venue)

Saturday, May 28th, 2:30pm (Teal Venue)

 

Gone

Saturday, May 21st at 1:15 PM(Purple Venue)

 

5-Step Guide to Being German

Saturday, May 21st at 5:15 PM (Gold Venue)

 

Jon Bennett | My Dad’s Deaths

Saturday, May 21st at 7:30 PM (Blue Venue)

 

Blueberries Are Assholes

Sunday, May 22nd at 4:00 PM (Savoy)

 

Paul Strickland: UnTrueBadour!

Sunday, May 22nd at 6:00 PM (Savoy)

 

Spooky & Gay Cabaret

Sunday, May 22nd at 7:40 PM (Savoy)

 

God Is A Scottish Drag Queen (Best Of)

Thursday, May 26th at 8:15 PM (Gold Venue)

 

The Princess Strikes Back: One Woman’s Search for the Space Cowboy of her Dreams

Thursday, May 26th at 10:00 PM (Blue Venue)

 

I Favor My Daddy: A Tale of Two Sissies

Friday, May 27th at 6:40 PM (Blue Venue)

 

The Murray Method

Friday, May 27th at 8:30 PM (Yellow Venue)

 

Lucky Break

Saturday, May 28th at 2:30 PM (Silver Venue)

 

You Belong Here

Saturday, May 28th at 7:00 PM (Blue Venue)

 

Six Chick Flicks or a Legally Blonde Pretty Woman Dirty Danced on the Beaches while writing a Notebook on the Titanic

Saturday, May 28th at 8:30 PM (Silver Venue)

 

The following productions are not being presented with ASL Interperatation however, the artist has indicated that someone who is deaf or hard of hearing will be able to enjoy the performance. If you would like to request ASL for these shows please email  72 hours in advance. 

Underbelly

Corset & Cuties – Iconic

Madame Bombshell

Strobe Lighting Effects

Please be advised that the following shows have disclosed that they contain strobe lighting effects. Orlando Fringe has not verified the claims made by the artists nor have we verified that shows not listed are without strobe lighting effects.

Carmilla: An American Gothic

Missing Mercy

The Medium

A Different Kind of MaryJayne

WANZIE WITH A “Z” Part 2: THE RAVE YEARS

Constellations

ZouBou Dream Dealer

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Physical Accessibility  

 

All Fringe-managed venues are fully wheelchair accessible, although some shows are site-specific in locations chosen and arranged by the individual performer and wheelchair access may be limited in those venues. Please take a look at the information below for further details.

Priority Seating

If you require priority seating to view any performance, please let our volunteer Venue Captain know when you arrive. Please plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before showtime, and you will be granted priority access to the venue. Call (407) 436-7236 if you need immediate assistance.

Service Animals

Service animals are welcome in all areas of our venues that are open to the public. Please plan to arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before the showtime and check-in with the volunteer venue captain to be granted priority access to the venue.

fringe festival venues

The Fringe Lawn

Loch Haven Park

777 E Princeton Street, Orlando, FL 32803
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All entrances to the lawn are accessible by a sidewalk.

Any food truck or beer tent access can be reached from the sidewalk.

There will be accessible tent seating, and also some accessible cabanas

If you need any additional assistance while navigating the lawn please do not hesitate to ask a staff member or volunteer. 

Blue, Brown, Orange, Pink, and Yellow Venues

The Lowndes Shakespeare Center

812 E Rollins St, Orlando, FL 32803
orlandoshakes.org

Please plan to arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before the show time and you will be granted priority access to the venue.


PARKING
:
There are rows of handicapped parking in front of the entrance to the Shakespeare building.

 

OUTSIDE ENTRANCE:
The parking lot is made of cobblestone and the ground is uneven. You’ll step onto the sidewalk, or there is a dip for wheelchairs and can go up the main entrance, or there is a smaller ramp with handrails on the right-hand side. The entrance is somewhat steep. There are automatic doors that have a button on the right-hand side by the guardrail to open the doors.

 

INSIDE ENTRANCE:
Carpeted Floor through most of the building. The building is one story, with the exception of Red Venue where the entrance is outside. 

Carpeted Ramp from Upper Lobby to Lower Lobby where the Box Office is located. When you enter the building, make a right and stay straight and you will reach a ramp.

 

RESTROOMS:
Two restrooms, one in the upper lobby (make a right at the entrance, and they are on the right) and one in the lower lobby.

PINK VENUE:

  • The venue entrance is through the main entrance of the building, immediately on your left.
  • There is raked step seating, each row being a 6-inch step up. 
  • Chairs can be removed to accommodate guests traveling in wheelchairs.

BROWN VENUE:

  • The venue entrance is through the main entrance of the building, walk 20 feet forward and turn left.
  • There is raked step seating, each row being a 6-inch step up.
  • Chairs can be removed to accommodate guests traveling in wheelchairs.

YELLOW VENUE:

  • The venue entrance is through the main entrance of the building, walk 20 feet forward and turn right. Countine to walk 60 feet forward and the venue will be on the left. 
  • The venue has slightly raked seating on carpet.
  • There are spaces allotted to accommodate guests traveling in wheelchairs.

ORANGE VENUE:

  • The venue entrance is through the main entrance, walk 20 feet forward and turn right and countine to walk 100 feet forward. There will be a ramp on the right hand side that is approximately 30 feet long. Turn left and the venue entrance is right there. 
  • The stage is set up in a thrust setting, which means there are three sides of the stage that have audience seating.
  • The seating is raked seating 
  • There are designated spaces for patrons traveling in wheelchairs and their parties.

BLUE VENUE:

  • The venue entrance is through the main entrance, walk 20 feet forward and turn right and countine to walk 100 feet forward. There will be a ramp on the right hand side that is approximately 30 feet long. Countine for 40 feet and the venue will be on the right. 
  • The venue floor is linoleum. 
  • The stage is set up in a thrust setting, which means there are three sides of the stage that have audience seating.
  • Seats can be removed to accommodate wheelchairs.

Purple and Teal Venues

The Renaissance Theater 

415 E. Princeton St. Orlando, FL 32803
rentheatre.com

Please plan to arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before the show time and you will be granted priority access to the venue.

Gold Venue

The Orlando Museum of Art

2416 N Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803
omart.org

Please plan to arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before the show time and you will be granted priority access to the venue.

PARKING:
There are rows of handicapped parking close to the entrance to the Orlando Museum of Art.

LOBBY FLOOR:
The floor is slick and can be slippery when wet. 

The building is one floor, and there are restrooms available to the right past the information desk.

GOLD VENUE:

  • There is a proscenium stage at the front of the theater, with a slightly downslope audience section.
  • Seats are not removable, but there are spaces in the back of the theatre for patrons traveling in wheelchairs and their parties.

Silver and Green Venues

The Orlando Repertory Theatre

1001 E Princeton St, Orlando, FL 32803
orlandorep.com

Please plan to arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before the show time and you will be granted priority access to the venue.

PARKING:
There are rows of handicapped parking close to the entrance to the Orlando Museum of Art 

LOBBY FLOOR:
The Floor is carpeted.

VENUES:
Each venue is in a separate building with it’s own entrance.

SILVER VENUE:

  • There are stairs and ramp options to access the entrance to Silver Venue.
  • The stage is a proscenium stage, with raked stadium-style seating.
  • Chairs cannot be removed for wheelchairs, but there are designated spaces for patrons traveling in wheelchairs and their parties.

GREEN VENUE:

  • There are no stairs to reach the entrance of Green Venue
  • The floor is not carpeted at the entrance or in the theatre.
  • The stage is a thrust stage, and seats can be removed in the front row to accommodate patrons in wheelchairs and their parties.

The Rainbow Venue at The Center

The Center

946 N Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803
thecenterorlando.org

Enter through the main entrance and follow the directions to the theatre. Please plan to arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before the show time and you will be granted priority access to the venue.

Savoy

 

1913 N Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32804

savoyorlando.com

Enter through the main entrance and follow the directions to the theatre. Please plan to arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before the show time and you will be granted priority access to the venue.

The Abbey

100 S Eola Dr. Unit 100, Orlando, FL 32801
theabbeyorlando.com

Enter through the main entrance and follow the directions to the theatre. Please plan to arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before the show time and you will be granted priority access to the venue.

The Stardust Lounge

123 W Church St., Orlando, FL 32801

stardustorlando.com

Enter through the main entrance and follow the directions to the theatre. Please plan to arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before the show time and you will be granted priority access to the venue. 

The Depot

78 W Church St., Orlando, FL 32801

Enter through the main entrance and follow the directions to the theatre. Please plan to arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before the show time and you will be granted priority access to the venue.

site-specific locations

Various Artist Chosen Locations

Site-Specific venues are non-traditional locations are chosen by the individual performing artist. Orlando Fringe makes every effort to encourage the artists to choose locations that are accessible for all.

Please check back for 2021 Site-Specific Venue Information.

Relaxed Performances

These performances welcome patrons who may benefit from a less restrictive audience environment, including (but not limited to) patrons with sensory processing conditions, Autism, intellectual disability, or those with young children. Relaxed performances have a relaxed attitude to noise and movement, including reducing extreme sound and lighting effects, not going to a total audience blackout.

Please check back for 2021 Relaxed performances.

Smoke or Fog Effects

Please be advised that the following shows have disclosed that they contain smoke or fog effects. Orlando Fringe has not verified the claims made by the artists nor have we verified that shows not listed are without smoke or fog effects.

Please check back for 2021 Performances with Smoke or Fog Effects.