VocalEye started over seven years ago, kicking off with a production of “The Miracle Worker” at the Vancouver Playhouse. It was the first Live Audio Description program in the country. Which means people with low vision or blindness can listen to a description of a play or performance, in between dialogue, as it unfolds live on stage.
VocalEye regularly partners with The Arts Club Stanley, The Arts Club Granville Island, The Gateway, PuSh Festival and The Surrey Arts Centre.
People who are blind or have low vision can become a member of VocalEye for free. You can contact
email@example.com to sign-up. Included in a membership is the possibility of a ‘touch tour’ during select performances.
For more information, visit http://www.vocaleye.ca/