Discounted Tickets for Broadway Theaters with Hearing Loops

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Discounted Tickets for Broadway Theaters with Hearing Loops

Sat, 11/15/2014

Whether you live in New York City or will be planning a trip to the Big Apple to see some Broadway shows, consider attending one with a hearing loop. A hearing loop allows people with hearing loss to get direct audio input of the sound to their hearing aid or cochlear implant. Read more about hearing loops and how this technology can bring you back into the world of sound and enjoying life.

In honor of the 35th anniversary of the Hearing Loss Association of America, the HLAA - NYC chapter, in association with The Nederlander Organization, has arranged for special discount tickets for ALL HLAA MEMBERS and their families. Experience a Broadway musical or play live with state-of-the-art hearing loop technology!

Two Nederlander theaters recently installed highly sophisticated hearing loop systems in order to entice theater fans with hearing aids/cochlear implants with t-coils not only to see their shows, but to hear them as well. If you go - and you should, they're both great shows - all you'll need to do to experience the loop is to switch to t-coil. That's it - no asking for infrared devices. No handing over your driver's license. Just high-quality Broadway sound delivered directly to your hearing aids/cochlear implants at the flip of your t-coil switch!

Discount tickets for looped shows are available for the following shows and dates:

WICKED (January 13-16, 20-30; February 1-12, 18-27 ONLY)
The George Gershwin Theatre
222 W. 51st Street

ALL performances:  $77 Orchestra/Front Mezzanine

IF/THEN (January 6-February 22 ONLY)
Richard Rodgers Theatre
226 W. 46th Street

Weekdays: $80 Orchestra/Front Mezzanine
$45 Rear Mezzanine
Weekends: $90 Orchestra, Front Mezzanine
$55 Rear Mezzanine


1. Go to or stop by the George Gershwin Theater or Richard Rodgers Theater box offices
2. Use the code HLAA when purchasing tickets for yourself, your family, and your friends for the designated performances.
3. Go to the theater.
4. Flip the switch on your hearing aids to t-coil.
5. Experience state-of-the-art hearing loop technology on Broadway!

Have a great time!