Accessibility Services


Saturday performances of all TCGMC concerts are ASL interpreted. Our current ASL interpreter is Stephen Medlicott.

For the past 20 years Stephen Medlicott has been interpreting in the Twin Cities, specializing in medical, mental health and performing arts interpreting.  Stephen has had the pleasure to work in such venues as the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, Hennepin Theatre Trust, New Century Theater, Park Square Theatre and most recently for the Xcel Energy Center interpreting for Madonna’s MDNA tour.  Stephen has a Bachelor’s of Interpreting from the College of St. Catherine and holds National Certification from the Registry of interpreters for the Deaf (RID). Stephen is the current President of the State chapter of RID, the Minnesota Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (MRID).  Stephen is thrilled to be returning to the stage with the Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus for our holiday concert.

Ted Mann Concert Hall has Assisted Listening Devices available with three types of ear pieces: ear phones, ear buds, and inductive neck loops which interface with hearing aids. Patrons should go to the House Manager Station on the main floor by the elevator to request ALD’s.

Wheelchair accessible seating locations are available at Ted Mann Concert Hall in all seating categories.

Large print and Braille programs are available from House staff upon request.

Ted Mann Concert Hall meets all federal ADA requirements. Accessibility features include four designated parking spots adjacent to the main entrance (with 15 additional designated spaces in the 21st Avenue Ramp), an automated entry system, elevator access (with Braille controls and audible floor change signal) to all levels of the lobby, and wheelchair accessible bathroom stalls with grab bars.

Please specify your needs when ordering your tickets.

Braille LargePrint Sign Language Listening Devices Wheelchair

For more information about accessibility, visit VSA Minnesota’s website:

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