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    Cultural Inclusion

    Big Apple Circus - Circus of the Senses

    Posted Friday March 18 2016 at 9:40 pm.
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    From Boston Mayor's Commission for Persons with Disabilities

    Big Apple Circus
    City Hall Plaza | Boston, MA
    March 24 - May 8
    Special Shows for Special Audiences

    Big Apple Circus has adapted an all-new show THE GRAND TOUR for audience members with special needs to create a joyful experience for all.  See high-flying acrobats, lovable clowns, the Wheel of Wonder, and more.  The adapted shows include the same world-class artistry with a shortened running time, additional services and accommodations, and specially trained staff to ensure a memorable day for you and your family or group!

    Circus of the Senses
    Wednesday, March 28 and Thursday, March 29, 2016 at 11AM
    Circus of the Senses is a 75-minute version of the Big Apple Circus specifically for guests with vision and/or hearing impairments.  We offer audio description via headset, ASL interpretation, Braille and large-type programs, and other services to provide an exciting multi-dimensional performing arts experience!  Tickets are $12.50 for individuals and $10 per person for groups of ten or more.

    Big Apple Circus Embraces Autism
    Thursday, March 31, 2016 at 11AM
    This 75-minute show has been adapted to create a joyful experience for people who are on the autism spectrum.  This performance features modified sound and lights, a calming center with coloring books and manipulatives, and specially trained staff and volunteers to improve the circus experience for our guests.  All tickets are half price.

    To purchase tickets, click on the links above.  Important Note - Big Apple Tickets are NOT Complimentary This Year!  For more information, please contact cos-autism@bigapplecircus.org or 646-616-6816.

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