Hamilton Sensory Guide!

As you know by now we work with a ton of theaters and theatrical productions in creating Sensory Guides  – a breakdown of sensory impact moments in a production so that Neurodivergent patrons can access productions more easily and prepare themselves for the sensory impact of a show! This marks our 6th year of Sensory Access making Sensory Guides, all by our amazing neurodivergent team. Last night we worked with @STGpresents on their “Community Day,” where the community as a whole was invited to enjoy Hamilton at a reduced cost to give access to those that typically do not have the means to enjoy such a production. STG specifically reached out to a variety of communities, including Neurodivergent youth, so we brought in our Sensory staff and created a few sensory break areas to support anyone that needed to reset their sensory system before and during the show. Last night’s event was a huge success, and we are so grateful to partner with STG and the Paramount Theatre and their trailblazing accessibility and inclusion program. STG continues to offer Sensory Accessibility for each season, and as part of this production of Hamilton we created our Hamilton Sensory Guide, which you are welcome to download!

yellow, orange and green fidget balls in front of a Hamilton sign

We hope Sensory Accessibility becomes the norm, and are happy to
continue to train more theaters across the country to make this happen,
as well as starting to work with the tours themselves!
Theatre for all!

A sensory Area sign at the Paramount Theatre

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