2024 Festival

Accessibility Guide

The 2024 BorderLight Theatre Festival will take place July 24-27 in downtown Cleveland.

We aim to make our events as accessible as possible so that everyone can experience art and have a great time. On this page, find out how to make your visit to BorderLight as comfortable and hassle-free as possible!

Family Day Know Before You Go Guide

Welcome to the 2024 BorderLight Festival Family Day! Our "Know Before You Go" guide is here to help you and your family navigate the festival with ease. This guide provides essential information on  performance locations, as well as tips for getting around, finding restrooms, and the Family Quiet Space.

Parking Information

To enhance your experience and make your visit as seamless as possible, we've developed a comprehensive parking guide to assist you in finding convenient parking options near festival venues. Below you'll find detailed information including addresses, hours, and costs for nearby parking locations.

ADA Accessibility

The link below will assist patrons who require ADA accessible venues. Explore all the shows available at these accessible venues.

ASL Interpretation

We are proud to partner with The HeArd, a program of TISC, Inc., which comprises professional sign language interpreters dedicated to providing high-quality creative sign language interpretation for public performing arts in Northeast Ohio. This year, our collaboration features "Poems of an Angry Feminist" on July 25 at 6 pm. Purchase tickets at the link below.

Restroom Guide

We are committed to ensuring that all patrons have access to restrooms that meet their needs. Our guide helps you locate restrooms that are ADA accessible, accommodate wheelchairs, and include changing tables. Use this resource to find the facilities that best suit your requirements during your festival visit.

Questions, Concerns?

We're here to help. Contact info@borderlightcle.org for additional assistance.