Accessibility Options for the
Hearing and Visually Impaired
Assisted Listening
Assisted listening is essentially an amplified sound signal sent right to your ears by a set of headphones checked out from the theatre. Each ear has a separate volume control.
Closed Captioning
Our closed captioning units are a small lcd screen on a flexible goose-neck which fits in the cup holder at your seat. The device receives the captions via infrared signal from a transmitter in the auditorium. Prior to the feature, the device will display famous movie quotes to assist you in positioning. Please note that many previews/trailers and pre-show ads do not have captions.

Captioning is available on all titles where it has been provided by the studio.
Descriptive Audio/Visually Impaired Narration
Visually impaired narration is a separate audio track, where a narrator describes what is happening on the screen. This narration track is heard through headphones provided by the theatre. The regular movie sound - including dialog - is still heard through the speakers in the auditorium. For this reason, users may prefer to only cover one ear with the narration headphones. The headphones receive the narration track via infrared signal from a transmitter in the auditorium. Please note that most previews/trailers and pre-show ads do not have descriptive narration.

Visually impaired narration is available on all movies where it has been provided by the studio.
Please ask any theatre staff member for assistance if you would like to use, or try out one of these units. There is no additional charge to check out head phones or caption units, but you will need to leave a current photo ID or other collateral. Please feel free to call the theatre customer service line to check, or confirm, if the movie you want has captioning or descriptive audio provided by the movie studio.