Accessibility

Accessibility

The Hopkins Center for the Arts is committed to making all facilities and programs accessible to all members of our community.

For information about access services, please email [email protected] or call 603.646.2422. Voice/relay calls welcomed.

Parking
The Hopkins Center is a multi-level facility. Limited accessible parking is available on all sides of the building.

Seating
A limited number of accessible seats are available to patrons with disabilities and their family or friends. Refer to the seat map when ordering tickets or contact the Box Office for more information.

Assisted Listening Devices
The Hop is equipped with assistive listening devices for public events and presentations.
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Closed Captioning
Films with the Closed Captioned logo in the Hopkins Center quarterly brochure and on the Hop website are presented with Rear Window Captioning in Spaulding Auditorium and on personal closed captioning devices in the Loew Auditorium. The personal closed captioning devices offer personal monitors with digital text displays that easily attach to armrests and allow the user to adjust the monitor to their preferred position. The devices are wireless and easy to use.

Sign Language Interpretation
American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation may be available with at least one month's advance request.

Large Print and Braille Programs
For individuals who do not use traditional print, please contact [email protected] 10 days in advance to request large print playbills and one month in advance for Braille playbills.

ASL interpreted

ASL interpreted

Both public and school matinee showings of the following performances will be ASL-interpreted.