"Lo and Behold" Moving Parts Family and Sensory Friendly Performance

Date
Apr 30, 2022 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Description

Show info coming soon.

Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company’s Moving Parts Family and Sensory Friendly Performance 

Our Moving Parts Family and Sensory Friendly Performance is a theater production that welcomes individuals with a variety of needs, including, but not limited to; young children and their families, people on the autism spectrum, people who are deaf and hard of hearing, as well as first-time theatergoers. The performance is wiggle-friendly and modified to allow for audience movement and vocal reactions. The staff and dancers are trained to accommodate audience needs and responses. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the dance performance in their own unique way, in a safe, non-judgmental environment. 

What you can expect at our Moving Parts Family and Sensory Friendly Performance;

  • An ASL interpreter. 
  • A relaxed and inclusive atmosphere where the audience can feel comfortable during the performance.
  • Permission to enter or exit the theater during the performance, with the assistance of ushers.
  • The house lights will remain partially on during the performance rather than being turned completely off.
  • The intensity of the theatrical lighting and sound effects will be reduced.
  • A less-loud, cozy area will be available for anyone who needs to take a break from the show.
  • Tablets and smartphones will be permitted to help non-verbal audience members communicate.
  • Comfort kits/sensory bins, sunglasses, and ear muffs available upon request. (LINK to form)
  • A designated scent-free area in the audience. 

While attending this performance, please avoid wearing perfume and products such as strongly scented deodorants and lotions in respect for those who have sensitivity to smells.

Please fill out this form to inform us of any extra needs you may have. 

Let us know if you have any questions by emailing  or calling ArtTix at 801 - 355 - ARTS (2787)

Please review our full accessibility statement here and reach out with any concerns or suggestions you may have.