Section E: Program Practices
Registration and needs assessment
Cooperative or competitive
Length of activity
Rules of activity
Specialized programs or services
- Intro to Musical Theater
- Learn songs and dances from popular musicals. Ends in a culminating performance. For children with ASD.
- Super Heroes Academy
- Explore the makings of super heroes from comics and more. Create your own heroes with super powers, villains, and costumes. For children with ASD.
- Create Your Own Play: Exploring Color
- Use acting tools to explore moods and emotions associated with colors. For children with ASD.
- Peter Pan: Neverland Adventures
- Explore themes of Peter Pan and create new characters and original stories in Neverland. For Deaf and hard of hearing. An ASL interpreter is provided.
- Autism-Friendly Performances
- There are some live performances at the Rose that are "autism friendly." There is a pre-show waiting room for those who may get overwhelmed by crowds in the main lobby. Written social stories are given to audience members to help them follow along more easily and understand the plot. There are glow sticks that are used during the play to signal when something very sensory is about to occur (e.g. loud noises, flashes of light, etc.). There is also a private Q&A session after the performance. These occur about twice per season.
Notes about program practices
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