Bringing the spectacle of live theatre to those who can't see

Happy to announce that, again this year, MindsEye, an information service for the blind and visually impaired, is helping Variety Children's Theatre reach a wider audience with its musical production. Attendees at either show on Friday will be able to "see" Mary Poppins through the eyes of MindsEye volunteers who'll describe everything from sight gags to costumes to what's going on when nobody's speaking. Thanks MindsEye; we can only describe what you do as wonderful.

describing what's on stage