WHAT DO YOU DO WITH AN IDEA? - INLET DANCE THEATRE - Produced in partnership with Playhouse Square
One day, a child has an idea. At first, they don’t know what to do with it. It seems strange. They don’t know what other people will think of this idea and they attempt to hide it away. But the idea persists and gets stronger – along with the child’s confidence. And then, one day, something amazing happens…
Told through movement, music and narration, an ensemble of dancers creates a magical world where ideas grow and take flight. Based on The New York Times best-selling book, this is a story for anyone, at any age, who has ever had an idea that seemed a little too big, too odd, or too difficult.
This performance will have a sign language interpreter. Guests who need the assistance of the interpreter should request seats on the right side of the auditorium.
Running Time: 45 minutes Recommended Grade Level: K and up
A special sensory-friendly matinee for guests on the autism spectrum and their families, as well as those with sensory challenges or developmental disabilities. Children, families and school field trip groups requiring a sensory-friendly environment are most welcome. Sensory-friendly programming at Playhouse Square is presented by Norman and Denise Wells.
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For additional information about this performance, please contact Julie Wagner at 216-348-7909 or [email protected].
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Wheelchair accommodations are available but limited, and will be filled in the order they are received until accessible seating is sold out. Please be sure to fill out the accessibility section of the order form completely.