Making Singapore theatre accessible for different audiences

Actresses (front row, from left) Myra Loke, Inch Chua, Nix Sang and Evelyn Chye (back row) in Not In My Lifetime?, an inclusive theatre production.
Actresses (front row, from left) Myra Loke, Inch Chua, Nix Sang and Evelyn Chye (back row) in Not In My Lifetime?, an inclusive theatre production.PHOTO: THE FINGER PLAYERS

SINGAPORE - Thirty minutes before each show of the ongoing production Not In My Lifetime?, ticketholders are invited to a tour of the stage, which includes feeling the puppet props and a model of the set design.

This touch tour is designed for the blind and those with visual impairments, who also receive headsets to listen to audio descriptions of the action on stage.

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