The opera, “TOUCH,” tells the story of Helen Keller and her teacher and companion, Anne Sullivan Macy.

Keith Wolfe-Hughes, general director of Opera Birmingham, said they’ve worked to make the opera accessible to guests who may have low vision or hearing.

He said there are iPads that guests can check out to watch the titles more closely, one of many resources available to audience members.

“For all of our performances, we have ASL interpreters,” Wolfe-Hughes said. “We provide our program materials in multiple formats such as Braille and large print.”

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