The Peninsula Players Theatre has announced that a “hearing induction loop” listening assistance system has been installed in its theater near Fish Creek. The new hearing loops help to make the theater more accessible for people with hearing loss. The installation in October was made possible through gifts from the Dwight and Linda Davis Foundation, Jeannie and Ed James, Wayne and Cleta Semmerling, Stan and Jane Whiteman, and a grant from the Raibrook Foundation. The hearing loop is additional technology Peninsula Players now has available on the main floor of its audience pavilion. More than 1,000 public venues are using the loop system in Wisconsin. The Peninsula Players joins a select number of public venues, theaters and places of worship across the county to use technology to aid those with a hearing impairment.