ADF does not discriminate on the basis of ability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its services, programs, or activities. Upon request, reasonable accommodations will be provided to allow individuals with disabilities to safely participate in all services, programs, and activities. It is the policy of the American Dance Festival to ensure that all individuals are treated equally and that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, national origin, political affiliation, religion, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender, age, or ability, be excluded from safely participating in our programs.


Large print programs are available at all venues and can be reserved by calling 919-684-6402, or printed from the appropriate company webpage typically 2–3 days before each performance. 

American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreters are available for Children’s Matinees upon request. Please call 919-684-6402 to request at least two weeks prior to the show.

2017 Venues + Contact Info

For more information about parking and accessibility at our 2017 venues, please follow the links or call the numbers below:

Baldwin Auditorium (919) 684-4444
Duke Homestead (919) 477-5498
Durham Performing Arts Center
 (919) 680-2787
Living Arts Collective (919) 907-1164
NC Museum of Art (919) 839-6262
PSI Theatre at the Durham Arts Council 919-560-2711
Reynolds Industries Theater (919) 684-4444
Sheafer Lab Theater (919) 684-4444
The Ark at Duke University (919) 684-4444
The Cary Theater (919) 462-2055


If you have any further questions regarding accessibility at the American Dance Festival, please contact Mollie O’Reilly at or 919-684-6402.