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Broadway Revival Of 
Mark Medoff’s Tony Award®-Winning Play “Children Of A Lesser God” To Be Most Accessible Play In Broadway History

Producer Hal Luftig announced that the first-ever Broadway revival of Children of a Lesser God would be the most accessible play in Broadway history with three ways audiences can enjoy the Tony Award®-winning play at Studio 54 (254 West 54th Street, New York, NY). At every performance, the production will feature supertitles, where the play’s text has been seamlessly incorporated into the show’s scenic design, allowing audiences to follow Mark Medoff’s ground-breaking script without detracting from the actors’ performances. Additionally, every performance will feature closed captioning available through the GalaPro app which is available on Apple or Android devices. After downloading and creating an account, when audience members arrive at Studio 54, they can select Children of a Lesser God and the app will guide them through the setup process and allow them to stream captions easily. To download the app and for additional information, visit: galaprompter.com/#galapro-app. Finally, at select performances of Children of a Lesser God, American Sign Language interpreters will be present. For dates and to buy tickets to the select performances, visit childrenofalessergodbroadway.com/.