Accessibility Options

Contact Information

Center for Disabilities Studies
University of Delaware
461 Wyoming Road
Newark DE 19716
Phone: 302-831-6974
TDD: 302-831-4689
Email: info@gohdwd.org

Theater and Arts

Regal Theaters

All Regal Theaters have accessible parking, wheelchair spaces with companion seats in the front row and ramping to different levels so that people using wheelchairs may sit in the middle also. They have closed captioning and descriptive audio if the movie that is showing provides it. Please call before going to the theater to ask about the movie you will be seeing.

Regal Cinemas 13

1100 Peoples Way
Newark, DE  19702
302-834-8515

Brandywine Town Center

3300 Brandywine Parkway
Wilmington, DE
302-479-0753

Cinema Center 3 F&G

Accessible parking, wheelchair spaces with companion seats. There is also space in the back and middle for wheelchairs. Closed captioning and descriptive audio are not available.
Newark Shopping Center
Newark, DE  19711
302-737-3720

Carmike 14

Accessible parking, wheelchair spaces with companion seats. There are also spaces on the main level and in front for wheelchairs. Closed captioning and descriptive audio are not available but there is hearing assistance. Please call for details.
1365 North DuPont Highway
Dover Mall
Dover, DE  19901
302-734-5393

Cinemark Movies 10

Accessible parking, wheelchair spaces with companion seats. There are also spaces in the rear of the theatre for wheelchairs. Closed captioning and descriptive audio are not available, although they do have an infrared hearing impaired system.
1796 West Newport Pike
Wilmington, DE  19804
302-994-7075

Information was not available on the following theatres:

Movies At Midway

29 Midway Shopping Center
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
302-645-0200

Rehoboth Mall Cinema

Ocean Outlets Mall
Rehoboth Beach, DE  19971
302-644-8840

Talley Theatres

601 West Street
Laurel, DE  19956
302-875-4240

AMC Painters Crossing

Wilmington, DE  19810
302-529-9484

Clayton Theatre

Main Street
Dagsboro, DE
302-732-3744

Able Arts

A nonprofit, community-based performing arts organization composed of people with and without disabilities. Their mission is to entertain and to inform the public of the abilities and talents possessed by individuals with disabilities. Members perform poetry, comedy skits, and satire. They have performed at schools, libraries, churches, nursing homes and other community based venues, including the University of Delaware and West Chester University.
26 Fox Hunt
PMIS 221
Bear, DE  19701

www.ablearts.org
Email: ablearts@ablearts.org

Actors Without Boundaries.org

Year round theatre program for children, teens and young adults with physical disabilities, ages 12-30. The program for teens and young adults begins in October each year. The year ends in September with a major performance at St. Joe’s University in Philadelphia for the community. Actors meet monthly for a four hour workshop conducted by professional actors and theatre educators. Participants perform on stage and receive training in memorizing and reciting monologue, acting in plays, singing and dancing. They take field trips to the Kimmel Center, Walnut Street Theatre, Academy of Music and the movies. Participants go on the road to places like Children’s Hospital and local schools.
www.Christinerousse.com
(610) 581-0100 Ext. 240
Email: kcloran@esfcamps.com

American Dance Wheels

The wheelchair ballroom and Latin dance classes at the Crystal DanSport Center in New Castle, Delaware are in their second year. The class has participants who are standing or seated learning to partner in dances like cha-cha, swing, rumba, fox-trot and tango. Class is scheduled from 7:30-8:30 but students arrive at least a half-hour early and leave way after class is over. The dancers are all very supportive of one another and enjoy changing partners and getting to know each other. They would love to add more dancers in wheelchairs and standing partners to the Crystal dance group. If you are interested in the beginner’s class, call:
(215) 588-6671.
Ray Leight, Crystal Dansport
79 Christiana Road
New Castle, DE  19720

info@americandancewheels.org

Art Therapy Express Program, Inc.

The first mobile expressive arts program in Delaware which allows people of all ages with disabilities to create meaningful works of art. Classes take place in schools and community settings. Art Therapy Express Program, Inc. has also moved into the Art Studio at Absolom Jones Community Center. There are classes on landscape painting and sculpting. Dates and times change so please call the number below to find out when the classes take place. The Art Studio is located at 310 Kiamensi Road, just off Newport Gap Pike.
Lisa Bartoli, MCAT, ATR
P.O. Box 1661
Hockessin, DE  19707
(302) 584-4068

www.arttherapyexpress.org

Center for the Creative Art

Provides quality arts instruction, programming, recreation opportunities and special services to children, adults, senior and individuals with special needs. There is a brochure on the website to find classes in art appreciation, dance and exercise, drawing, jewelry, music, painting and theatre. Their special needs program offers art therapy, music therapy and drawing for the entire family.
410 Upper Snuff Mill Road & Rte. 82N
Yorklyn, DE
(302) 239-2434
www.ccarts.org

VSA Arts of Delaware

Art programs for people with disabilities in Delaware. They offer a wide variety of programs for ages three and up. Some of their programs include Artist-in-Residence, Art Training Awards, Scholarships, A View Through My Window, Arts Festivals, A Celebration of Creativity, Educational Resources, Accessibility and Adaptability/Disability Advocacy. Check the website for programs you may be interested in.
Delaware State University
Art Center Gallery
1200 N. DuPont Highway
Dover, DE
(302) 857-6699
www.vsaarts.org