Tag Archives: accessible theatre

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May 8, 2022

Sensory Guide for Afterwords at Fifth Avenue Theatre

We are so excited to have 5th Avenue Theatre join the growing list of Sensory Accessible Theatres! Seattle is one of the most accessible cities when it comes to theater and art for neurodivergent individuals, and we are thrilled to support the current and 2022-2023 season for the Fifth...

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February 17, 2022

Freestyle Love Supreme

We were excited to be at the premiere of the touring show of Freestyle Love Supreme – a unique hip-hop style performance that is completely improvised each night based on audience suggestions. The talent of the performers is staggering, and made up for the bright stage lights that consistently...

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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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October 25, 2021

Sensory Friendly versus Sensory Accessible

  In the world of events, accessibility has only recently been part of the planning process, and even then, usually only mobility is at the forefront. Those with less visible disabilities, such as Autism, hearing differences or low vision are usually left out of the accessibility design process. However,...

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February 23, 2020

Sensory Friendly Version of Disney’s Frozen!

What an absolute joy it was to work with Disney and STG for the Sensory Friendly production of Frozen. This inspirational musical is all about loving yourself as who you are, and what a fantastic time was had by all. Guests received Sensory Guides, Character Guides, access to movement...

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July 27, 2018

Shrek at Village Theatre KIDSTAGE

        Every summer, Village Theatre puts one of it’s KIDSTAGE productions up on the Mainstage. It is a joy for the performers to work on such a wonderful stage, and a delight for the audience to see such talented kids with professional support from sets to...

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