A Christmas Carol Sensory-Friendly Performance
By Charles Dickens
Adapted by David Thompson
Directed by Adam Immerwahr
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2019
Venue Matthews Theatre
Run Time 2 hours with a 20 minute intermission
Create memories with the ones you love at this annual holiday tradition at Princeton's Tony Award-winning theatre.
Follow Ebenezer Scrooge on a magical journey through Christmas past, present, and future and watch as this story comes to life around you! This annual holiday tradition will usher you into the spirit of the season with all the joy, wonder, and generosity that Scrooge himself discovers.
About Sensory-Friendly Performances
While open to everyone, sensory-friendly performances are designed to serve individuals on the autism spectrum, those with cognitive or developmental disabilities, or other sensory sensitivities.
At a sensory-friendly performance, the play is performed at the same high quality as always, with the light and sound levels adjusted slightly to create a more sensory-sensitive environment. Volunteers are on hand to assist parents and caregivers, a family restroom is available, and there are designated activity and quiet areas in the lobby. Sensory-friendly performances are a “shush-free” zone where patrons are free to talk and leave their seats throughout the performance, as well as bring their own snacks, fidgets, and communications devices with them to their seats.
Most of all, a sensory-friendly performance is a judgement-free environment, where all are welcome to enjoy the performance in whatever way makes the experience work for them.
If you are wondering whether a sensory-friendly performance is the right fit for you and your family, please call our Ticket Office at 609.258.2787 for more information.
There are no handling fees for this performance.
A Christmas Carol sponsored by
Sensory-Friendly performances sponsored by
Special thanks to TDF’s National Autism- Friendly Performance Training Program for serving as an advisor, www.tdf.org/autism. This program has been made possible, in part, through a grant from NEXT for AUTISM from the proceeds of Night of Too Many Stars.
Additional support provided by The Quaker School at Horsham.