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Autism Friendly Performance by Arch Contemporary Ballet

Autism Friendly Performance by Arch Contemporary Ballet

Company:

Arch Contemporary Ballet

Location:

The Alchemical Theatre Laboratory

Tickets:

www.archballet.com

Dates:

Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 2:00pm

An accessible performance for children, teens, adults, and their friends and family on the autism spectrum. 

This performance will be 40 minutes, have a supportive environment for an audience of families and friends with children or adults who are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder or other sensitivity issues. Adjustments to the production include reduction of obscure lighting, shorter running time, and reduction of any sudden sounds. Plus, there will be an autism specialist, for those who need to leave their seats during the performance.

Running time: 40 minutes (no intermission)

DOWNLOAD THE SOCIAL NARRATIVE HERE
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE : Sat, Mar 25th @ 2pm


Saturday, March 25th 2:00 pm
Alchemical Theatre Laboratory
104 W 14th Street, 2nd Floor

Email any questions to arch.ensemble@live.com.  Find out about Arch for Autism on www.ArchBallet.com/Arch-For-Autism

About the ballet: PRIMROSE

A piano and 5 dancers grace the stage with beautiful extensions and flowing movement to tell the tale of a tragic love story. The theatre is a unique venue, all white space with limited seating. Audiences can see the dancers up close for this exceptional experience for our Autism community. We can’t wait to see you at the theatre!

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