FTA values the diversity of its audience, artists and workforce, and is committed to presenting dance and theatre that is inclusive and accessible to all members of society. We are working to ensure that every person, regardless of ability, may have equal access to our shows in a safe, respectful environment supportive of human dignity. 

Reduced Mobility

Esplanade Tranquille

The venues where FTA presents performances are, for the most part, accessible for people with reduced mobility.

Upon presentation of the Companion Leisure Card (CLC), we offer a free ticket to the person accompanying them.

In order to help us welcome you under the best possible conditions, please let us know that you are coming (514 844 3822).

Download the 2022 venues chart (in French) for reference (updated version coming soon).



i/O by Dominique Leclerc © Valerie Remise

Shows in foreign languages are presented with French and English surtitles.

Most French-language performances are surtitled in English, and vice versa.

Surtitles can be useful for people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Please see show pages for specific information.



Audio Description

Encantado by Lia Rodrigues © Sammi-Landweer

The June 8 performance of Encantado by choreographer Lia Rodrigues comes with an audio description option for those who are blind and visually impaired, presented in association with Danse-Cité.




Cispersonnages en quête d’auteurice by Joe Jack & John © Thibault Carron

Relaxed performances are open to all, including people with neurological or anxiety disorders.

The venue and the artists on stage adopt a welcoming attitude towards noise and movement.

A detailed accessibility guide for these performances is available on the individual show pages of our website.

+ Cispersonnages en quête d’auteurice: June 3
+ The Making of Pinocchio: all performances


Online performances

Reminiscencia by Malicho Vaca Valenzuela © Christian Ellwanger


Tune in to FTA wherever you are! Two of our shows are available online.

+ Reminiscencia : June 4 to 6
+ The Making of Pinocchio : May 24 to June 8


Sensitive content

Qaumma by Vinnie Karetak + Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory © Maryse Boyce


Before, during and after three shows dealing with sensitive topics, counsellors are on site to offer a listening ear, comfort and food for thought.

+ Qaumma
+ The Making of Pinocchio
+ William Shakespeare’s As You Like It, A Radical Retelling by Cliff Cardinal


For more details about our accessibility measures, contact the box office at 514 844 3822 / 1 866 984 3822.