New Jersey Tap Ensemble does not discriminate on the basis of disability access to or participation in any of its programs, activities, services, or employment opportunities. NJTAP regularly reviews its policies and procedures to adapt, accommodate and address any issues or problems that might arise in regard to ADA compliance and will regularly assess its progress in achieving full compliance.
At the center of its core values, which include integrity, respect, responsibility and appreciation, New Jersey Tap Ensemble is a non-profit tap dance company that is deeply committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion at all levels of the organization. NJTAP is dedicated to being a safe haven where everyone is treated fairly, with dignity, respect, and grace. We welcome differences among people in race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, family income level, national or regional origin, religion, age, disability status, or political beliefs.
NJTAP strives to perform in venues that are wheelchair accessible with companion seating. Any patron ordering tickets online should be able to see these seats usually marked with the Wheelchair Symbol.
Feel free to contact NJTAP to speak with our ADA Coordinator, Deborah Mitchell email@example.com or an ADA Committee member firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about seating accessibility in a venue.
NJTAP will have large print programs available for all performances and activities that require a printed program. These programs will be available at the NJTAP Welcome and Information Table manned by an NJTAP volunteer. They can also be reserved for a patron who requests one in advance.
Sign Language Interpreters
Assistive Listening Devices
Requests for any of the above assistance needs to be made at least 2 weeks prior to the date of performance. NJTAP will make every effort to comply with any of these requests.
This request can be made by calling NJTAP ADA Coordinator Deborah Mitchell 973-743-0600 / email@example.com.