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Open Captioning for The Wheel
Saturday, October 26 – 3pm – Tickets: $20 for people using the captioning. One companion may also purchase a ticket for $20.
Want to check out captioned videos about the play?
Interview with Joan Allen (The Bourne Supremacy, Pleasantville): http://www.steppenwolf.org/watchlisten/videos/detail.aspx?id=182
About The Wheel: http://www.steppenwolf.org/watchlisten/videos/detail.aspx?id=175
By Zinnie Harris
Directed by ensemble member Tina Landau
About the show
A spellbinding new play about what happens to hope and human nature in times of war. On a 19th-century Spanish farm, Beatriz is happily preparing for her sister’s wedding when the house is overrun by soldiers. In the chaos, she becomes the unintentional guardian of a young girl. Her determination to reunite the child with her father sweeps Beatriz along on a journey across war zones and through time. But what began as a simple act of kindness takes on a strange twist when the girl seems to acquire curious powers.
Featuring ensemble members Joan Allen, Robert Breuler, Tim Hopper, Ora Jones and Yasen Peyankov.
Captioning presented by c2
To order tickets over email, please send your request to access@....
Ordering in person or over the phone? Please tell the operator that you’re interested in the captioning – that helps us find you the best spot in the theatre with the clearest view of the interpreters.
In person 1650 N Halsted
Phone (312) 335-1650
TTY (312) 335-3830
Box Office Hours
Open 7 days a week except for certain major holidays
11 AM to 5 PM Mon-Sat & 1 PM to 5 PM Sun
Open until 7 PM on days with evening performances
Steppenwolf is located near all forms of public transportation and is wheelchair accessible. Street and lot parking are available. Assistive listening devices and large print programs are available for every performance.