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ACCESSIBILITY

at Pittsburgh Musical Theater


Pittsburgh Musical Theater is committed to providing an environment that is inclusive and welcoming to all patrons.

For information about our accessible services,
please contact our Box Office & Audience Services Manager, Accessibility Coordinator, Amber Kocher:

More information is also available on the Byham Theater Accessibility page.


Accessibility Features



AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
  • ASL interpreted performances are available for each production, typically on the first Friday evening performance of the show's run
  • More information is available upon request

ASSISTIVE LISTENING DEVICES
  • Available for all performances upon request

LARGE PRINT & BRAILLE PROGRAMS

ELECTRONIC / MOBILE PROGRAMS
  • Always available via a convenient QR code and/or link that is provided at all performances

Accessibility Statement for the Richard E. Rauh Conservatory


Pittsburgh Musical Theater is a musical theater training program for children of school age (4-18). We are committed to providing quality training in an inclusive and welcoming environment. While we work to rapidly improve accessibility in our historic building, we currently have limited access for students with developmental and/or physical disabilities.

We kindly request advance notification prior to registration to make sure we can accommodate all requests. If we are for any reason unable to meet your needs, we can recommend programs that may be able to support your request.

For more information on our programs and accessible services,
please contact us: