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    Cultural Inclusion

    Sensory-Friendly Family Performance of "The Light Princess" at American Repertory Theater

    Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at 2pm

    Posted Sunday December 21 2014 at 9:55 pm.
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    The Light Princess is a whimsical new musical based on George MacDonald's fairy tale about a princess who is cursed to not have any gravity.  The king and queen must help the princess find her gravity before her 16th birthday, or else the kingdom will fall into the hands of the witch who cursed her.

    The American Repertory Theater, in partnership with the Accessible Theater, will offer a Sensory-Friendly performance of The Light Princess.  Bring your whole family to enjoy a theater experience where audience members can be themselves!

    Adaptations to this performance include:
    - Reduction of stage lighting and sound
    - Moderate theater lighting for visibility
    - More open seating for non-ambulatory patrons
    - Allowance of electronic use for Assistive Technology
    - Designated quiet areas outside the theater
    - Use of glow sticks to prepare individuals for surprising noises
    - Pre-Visit Social Story and Character Guides available

    Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at 2pm
    Appropriate for all ages!
    Tickets: $15
    Visit the American Repertory Theater website for more information and to purchase tickets, or call 617-547-8300.

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