Artistic Director David Palmer and former Artistic Director Jamey Leverett join forces to bring new magic to the classic, beloved story. This classic performance will delight audience members of all ages. It’s the perfect “date night” (in the afternoon) or family activity. The performance runs for two hours and has two intermissions, so if your little one gets figity there is time to walk around.
March 9 – 11, 2018 Nazareth Arts Center
Sensory Friendly Cinderella
The entire family will enjoy this performance of Cinderella. The lights will be dimmed but left on so people can come and go as needed. We provide figit balls and have a quiet room available.
Pre-performance activities, coloring, face painting (you’d be surprised. Folks told us children on the spectrum wouldn’t want face painting but some did!), and other fun will be available.
Tickets are awarded on the honor system. The Kathleen Brenneman Fund, Glover Crask Charitable Trust, and Golisano Foundation make these free tickets available only for families with children with special needs. (Brenneman and Golisano especially for children on the Autism Spectrum) Grandparents, caretakers, and others you consider “family” are welcome.
Wheelchair seating is limited. Please reserve your seat with us directly at marketing@rochestercitybal
March 11, 2018 Nazareth Arts Center