Friday, June 29, 2012

Theatre Development Fund's Autism-Friendly Performance of The Lion King Sells Out

Theatre Development Fund's second Autism Theater Initiative performance of The Lion King, an autism-friendly night at the theatre that will be presented Sept. 30 at 1 PM, sold out in less than 24 hours.
"We're gratified to have tapped into this community of families who are hungry for access to the performing arts, which is evident in the speed in which the upcoming performance sold out," said Lisa Carling, TDF's director of accessibility programs, in a statement. "Not only does an autism-friendly performance introduce the world of theatre to the person on the autism spectrum, but it allows a family to experience it together in a supportive environment with no judgments."

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