Muse Machine is dedicated to providing comfortable and enjoyable learning experiences for individuals of all abilities. Most of our teacher professional development programs are held in the Metropolitan Arts Center (MAC), which is fully accessible for patrons with wheelchairs and walkers. Most of these programs take place in the Loft Theatre on the third floor or in a large rehearsal space on the fourth floor. These spaces can be accessed by an elevator that is just a few feet from the front door of the MAC and near handicapped-accessible parking spaces. When teacher professional development meetings and workshops are held at other venues, only venues that meet ADA standards are used.
Any patron who is a person with a disability who is interested in attending a program and notifies Muse Machine at least two weeks before the scheduled program will be provided reasonable accommodation in accordance with Muse Machine’s Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Policy.
Secondary Schools: Please call the Secondary Schools Program Manager at (937) 222-6873 or visit 126 North Main Street, Suite 310 with accessibility questions or accommodations requests.
Preschool and Elementary Schools: Please call the Preschool and Elementary Schools Program Director at (937) 222-6873 or email email@example.com with accessibility questions or accommodations requests.