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Upcoming

World Premiere
May 5-8, 2022
MCA Chicago
Access

Access for and in Wired

Including detailed information about

  • Venue layout and Physical access
  • ASL interpretation
  • Tactile & haptic experiences
  • Quiet spaces & stim kits
  • Light, sound, and content notices
  • Audio Description info & description samples

If ticket price is a financial barrier, please email info @ kineticlight.org for a $10 community code for in-person tickets. Livestream tickets require registration and are free.

ASL is present for all live and streamed performances. There is no spoken text in Wired. CART will be available for livestreamed performance. These performances feature expanded accessible seating and ushers/access doulas from Bodies of Work Chicago. Audio Description will be available for all performances. Live performances will feature audio description through Audimance, with multiple content and experience options. Orientation and assistance with the app will be available pre-show at the venue, along with a tactile experience of Wired's set, props, and costumes. Livestreamed performances will include streamed audio description.

There are no strobe lighting effects in Wired. There are moving lights and animated projections. Light haze is present in some sections. Live performances on Friday and Sunday will offer an alternative lighting design. Wired content and artistry will remain the same for all performances. Audience members are welcome to exit and reenter the theater. Quiet spaces and stim kits are available before, during, and after all performances.

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 
In Person Performances May 5-8
Virtual Livestream May 7
Tickets & Info 

Online
ONE + ONE MAKE THREE

Available online in multiple accessible versions.



Runtime 28 minutes
One + One Make Three will be available for screening requests beginning early 2022