Accessibility, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
FringeArts is committed to being of Philadelphia, for Philadelphia. As an artistic and cultural institution in this city, we take seriously our responsibility to be accessible to every Philadelphian, at every entryway. From our ticket-buying process to arriving at our building, the performances themselves to our post-show experiences, we are working hard to continuously improve our accessibility. For a description of what to expect when you come to one of our performances, check out our Accessibility Guide. FringeArts believes in the inherent value of diverse communities, and the importance of learning, being open, and listening. You can learn more about our Accessibility Services and the FringeACCESS Membership program for ACCESS card holders by visiting the tabs above. You can also find a list of those accommodations in this PDF.
Interested in supporting diversity, inclusion, and accessibility at FringeArts? Contact Rachel Robinson, Director of Development, at Rachel@FringeArts.com or 267.612.4902.
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