Kennedy Center accommodates sensory issues at special performances

01/20/2013 | Washington Post, The

The Kennedy Center is following a national trend among theaters by offering special musical performances for children with autism and sensory processing issues. Among the accommodations the Kennedy Center is making: selling only half of the seats to allow children the space to move, having music selections vetted by experts and keeping the house lights low. The center also publishes a digital storybook to prepare children for the routines of going to the theater.

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