Sep 12: Show with Haptic Access Tour + Audio Description* for blind/low vision audiences
This show includes Live Audio Description and a Haptic Access Tour by Stephanie Hewett of Gravity Access Services for visually impaired audience members. Haptic Access Tour begins at 6:30pm on Sunday, Sep 12. JGPG staff are available to assist with reserving tickets. Please call 415-561-6565 to leave a message with your name, phone number, and times to call you back!
Please note: audiences will be traversing just under 0.5 miles within a 2.5 block of the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood. This show’s live performance does require audiences to cross 4 intersections (with stop signs (2) on a ‘Slow Street’ and street lights (2)) with the audience group of 20. Three ushers and 1 production staff will be supporting patrons. Folks using our Audio Description services are encouraged to bring a companion or friend for support navigating the show, at no cost. Please make note on your ticket order, or when you’re reserving via phone: 415-561-6565.
You may also reserve the ‘Tour with Audio Description‘ ticket here on our website, if you wish. If you need more support with pricing, give us a call at 415-561-6565 or email [email protected]
For blind and visually impaired audience members, Joe Goode Performance Group partners with Gravity Access Services to offer live audio description and a haptic access tour. Audio description is a live audio track spoken by a professional audio describer to audience members with visual impairments through a wireless headset system. It provides clear and engaging descriptions of the meaningful visual details of a performance. Haptic access tours (20-30 minutes) are a live pre-show tour that allows patrons to experience—through touch and their own movement— the space, performers, costumes and objects in addition to key movement elements in the performance.
For more information, to book a spot in a Haptic Access Tour or to reserve a headset please call: 415-561-6565
See the world premiere of Time of Change created by the Artistic team, co-directors: Joe Goode/Joe Goode Performance Group, Melecio Estrella and OYSTERKNIFE (Chibueze Crouch + Gabriele Christian). This is an in-person show that will guide small audience groups through the streets of the Haight-Ashbury to witness several pop-up moments of movement, music, monologue and more.
Tickets: Advance registration required.
15 Artist Tickets @ $20
35 General Admission @ $48
Saturday shows will include a VIP experience for 5 people @ $125
SALES END AT 5:00pm the day BEFORE each show.
This ensures audiences and JGPG staff can be accommodated with COVID safety protocols, access needs, and clear communication about show logistics. Please plan ahead and reserve your ticket early!
Time of Change will weave and examine the utopian ideals and failures of the hippie era – as they relate to our current revolution. The project will uplift real peoples’ histories, examine the whiteness of the hippie movement, and explore what intersectional liberation means.
JGPG is presenting this project with SF Heritage (in the Doolan-Larson Residence at Haight x Ashbury), to celebrate their 50th Anniversary (and JGPG’s 35th). Read more about Time of Change here.
Where: Outdoor and indoor locations in the Haight-Ashbury Neighborhood
(Our show has several different walking routes that will be randomly assigned to each party of ticket-holders. Some cover a longer distance (8+ blocks) others are somewhat shorter (5-7 blocks). Please indicate in the ‘Comments’ section [when checking out on your ticket order] if your party has a preference on route distance and if anyone in your party has access needs. We will be following up with the email you provide before your show time with several reminders, details and opportunities to ask questions. Please reach out via email if you have any concerns or questions: [email protected])
Contact us at [email protected] for access support (cost or otherwise) to this event.
Photo by RJ Muna
[image description: Highly colorized portrait on a bright blue background, with a yellow and pink toned figure holding a bouquet of flowers in front of their chest. A diagonal splash of red, cyan and yellow flower blossoms are tossed mid-air in front of the figure.]