“‘Hamilton’ Sued Over Show’s Lack of Services for Blind Patrons”

A Denver resident has sued the theater, producer, and general manager of the hit show “Hamilton,” saying it violates the Americans with Disabilities Act for them not to offer audio description services annotating the action of the play for blind audience members. Under new federal rules movie theater chains will need to offer such services by next year; a few Broadway shows do so, including “The Lion King” and “The Book of Mormon,” but their practice is still an exception. [Sara Randazzo, WSJ]


  • They’re too busy calling out Vice President Pence over what he might do to worry about their actually doing something inclusive.


  • http://www.d.umn.edu/~lcarlson/atteam/lawsuits.html

    Alinsky Rule #4: “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.”

    • Olson Rule #253: “If you see a Broadway musical as an Alinsky-style “enemy,” you might be politicizing life a little too much.”