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Friday, January 30, 2015

The Pajama Game: Autism-Friendly Performance Saturday, March 7th

From The Boston Conservatory

January 30, 2015
This is a special performance for families and friends of those who have been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other sensitivity issues. At this performance, the theater environment and production will be altered to provide a sensory-friendly, comfortable and judgement-free space that is welcoming for this audience.

This performance is recommended for those families bringing a loved one on the autism spectrum, and their teachers and advocates who are familiar with and accepting of behaviors exhibited by some individuals on the autism spectrum.

For more information, resources and FAQs on autism-friendly performances, click HERE.
When:   2:00pm Saturday, March 7, 2015

Where: The Boston Conservatory Theater
                 31 Hemenway Street, Boston, MA 02215

Buy tickets HERE!

Use code PJAFP14 or contact the Audience Services Manager at (617) 912-9142.

About The Pajama Game

The Pajama Game explores the dangers of a workplace romance to hysterical effect. Conditions at the Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory are anything but peaceful, as sparks fly between new superintendent Sid Sorokin and Babe Williams, leader of the union grievance committee. Their stormy relationship comes to a head when the workers strike for a 7.5-cent pay increase, setting off not only a conflict between management and labor, but a battle of the sexes as well.
  • Music and Lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross
  • Book by George Abbot and Richard Bissell
  • Directed by Laura Marie Duncan (B.F.A. '94, musical theater)
  • Musical Direction by Steven Ladd Jones
  • Conducted by Peter Mansfield 
To learn more about Autism-Friendly programming at The Boston Conservatory, visit bostonconservatory.edu/autism

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