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Sensory Friendly Performance of The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane – Seattle Children’s Theatre

  • February 17 @ 11:00 am

An exquisitely fashioned toy china rabbit, Edward Tulane, experiences deep love and loss on a tumultuous 20 year journey. Edward, a self-important toy companion to a young girl, obsesses over his vast array of lovely outfits rather than forge new relationships. When unexpected forces come into play he discovers what truly matters; to love and to be loved.  Get Tickets here
Tulane Rabbit
What is a Sensory-Friendly Performance?
Each Relaxed or Sensory-Friendly Performance incorporates special modifications to accommodate audiences with sensory needs:

Increased lighting in the seating area and house throughout the performance.
Lower sound levels.
Lowered seating capacities to allow for more space and movement between patrons.
Additional trained staff on hand to provide patrons with assistance when needed.
Opportunities to visit the theatre prior to the show. Tours can be scheduled with Stephanie Couturier at stephaniec@sct.org.
Prompt sheets for family members to prepare before their show.
Use of tablets, smart phones, and other electronic devices can be used with headphones during the performance.
Options to bring in and use special seating devices as needed.
Fidget toys welcome.
Refunds for tickets and cancellations made the day of show are options if necessary.