Accessibility Issues Brought to Broadway
A street sign shows the intersection of Broadway Street and West 34thA class action lawsuit filed recently against the producers of ‘Hamilton’ and the theatre in which it is showing has brought attention to the overlooked area of Broadway accessibility for people with disabilities.

Although there are some areas such as wheelchair accessibility that are acceptable for many performances, those that need sign language translation, audio headsets or performances that are appropriate for people with autism are held infrequently or not at all for many shows.

Learn more about the lawsuit in this article.

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‘Hamilton’ Lawsuit Turns Spotlight on Broadway Accessibility

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