Meet The Wolves, a high school girls’ soccer team, at Saturday warm-ups where they navigate questions big and small, vividly capturing “the scary, exhilarating brightness of raw adolescence” (The New York Times).
* Sensory Friendly performance
(Dates not listed below have ample seating available) Subject to change.
Limited: 1/15 (12 seats)
The vampire hunt is on!
* Relaxed performance
(Dates not listed below have seating available) Subject to change.
Currently Full: 9/4; 9/6; 9/20; 9/24; 9/25; 10/3; 10/10; 10/17
Very Limited: 9/10 (17 seats); 9/12 (23 seats); 9/26 (12 seats); 10/1 (12 seats); 10/2 (13 seats)
Please note age appropriateness when booking since our Yum! Family Series Student Matinee productions are presented in their original form, without language or content editing. Teacher may request script copies and/or preview the shows during select performances. For details on audience advisories and script requests, contact Actors Education at (502) 584.1265 or email Education Associate Abigail Miskowiec.
Supplemental materials will be available so that audience members can familiarize themselves with the characters and events of the play, including moments that might be intense or surprising. Sensory packets with fidgets and noise-cancelling head phones will also be available.
For Sensory-Friendly performances, some elements of the audience experience may be adjusted during these performances, often including leaving the house lights on slightly and giving visual indications before sensory or emotionally intense moments. Patrons are able exit and reenter during the performance.
For Relaxed performances of Dracula, the audience experience remains largely unchanged. While many parts of the performance require all audience members to stay seated, audience members are able leave and reenter the performance during specific, pre-determined times.