Category Archives: Dance

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February 5, 2022

Pacific Northwest Ballet – A Sensory Accessible Season

At Sensory Access we have worked with many theatrical productions over the years, from Sensory Friendly productions to entire Sensory-accessible Broadway season.  This is our first year creating a Sensory Accessible Ballet season, and as a former (amateur) ballerina myself, I could not be more thrilled to assist in...

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November 25, 2021

Sensory Guide for George Balanchine’s Nutcracker

The Nutcracker is a Holiday favorite, one I used to take my children when they were younger to get them all excited for the Christmas Holidays.  Like so many other kids, mine had difficulty with the loud sounds -from the gunshots during the battle, to the cymbal crashes and...

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November 7, 2021

Pacific Northwest Ballet Rep2: Beyond Ballet

    Everyone deserves to access live events – the magic of live theater or dance is a moving experience we should all be able to access. Dance is often overlooked as a sensory concern, but like any stage production, there are often acoustic and lighting impacts on those...

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November 5, 2021

What the Pandemic should teach us about accessibility

  I have been blessed in the last week to see live performances across three different cities and states. From a concert in an arena of 25,000 people in Columbus, Ohio, to an intimate club show in Atlanta, Georgia to beautiful ballet in Seattle, the words I heard echoed...

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