Disney's The Lion King (Sensory Friendly Performance)

November 17, 2018 at 2:00 PM

VENUE: Reynolds Hall

The Smith Center is thrilled to present a sensory friendly performance of Disney’s The Lion King.  This performance is intended for individuals with sensory sensitivities and other intellectual or developmental disabilities. We welcome family and friends to experience the show together. Tickets for this sensory friendly performance are specially priced at $59, $39, and $19.

This is a full-length performance. The total time of the performance is 2 hours 30 minutes, which includes one 20 minute intermission.

At This Sensory-Friendly Performance, supportive adaptations will include:

  • Lower sound and light levels, strobe effects removed and fewer startling special effects.
  • House lights and stage lights will remain at a low level throughout the performance.
  • Audience members may stand and move throughout the theater as needed during the performance.
  • Audience members may vocalize or make noises throughout the performance.
  • Audience members may bring and use their electronic devices and extra support items during the performance.
  • We provide quiet areas and activities staffed by professionals and trained volunteers.

If a member of your group requires specific accommodations, please contact Patron Services at (702) 749-2000
TTY USERS Please call 800-326-6868 OR DIAL 711

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Special thanks to the TDF National Autism Friendly Performance Training Program for serving as an advisor:  www.tdf.org/autism

 

This sensory friendly performance is made possible through a major gift from Windsong Trust with additional support from other generous donors.

 

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