Monthly Archives: April 2011

Customer service: are we falling down?

It was a dark and stormy night. We hustled to the theatre on foot without one streetcar or taxi in sight. We arrived at the theatre, dripping and freezing at 8:06 to pick up our prepaid tickets. The young man at the box office told us that the performance had already started and latecomers could […]

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Finding environmental inspiration at the Staging Sustainability conference

It can be humbling but enormously energizing to find that arts communities outside our own are ahead of us in dealing deeply, thoughtfully, and actively with important issues. When we started our Performing Arts Access Program with Picasso PRO we knew that people in the States had, for years, been providing audio described and sign […]

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New Lunch ‘n Learns – Customer Service and Accessibility

Creative Trust  in partnership with TAPA is pleased to present the Spring Lunch ‘n Learn: Customer Service and Accessibility   Serving a Diverse Audience with Adam Morrison and Jim Stewart Thursday May 5th 12:00pm to 2:00pm Registration Deadline: Tuesday May 3 Toronto is the most diverse city in North America, if not the world. But […]

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