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Visiting the Kennedy Center

Sensory-Friendly Performances

Cuesheet Performance Guides

Sensory-friendly performances are designed to create a performing arts experience that is welcoming to all families with children with autism or with sensory sensitivities. For more information, visit the Kennedy Center's sensory-friendly information page.

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Join young Jane as she learns about the importance of protecting all living species
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When is it ever cool to “boo” the orchestra? On Halloween, of course!
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This diverse collective combines Hip Hop dance with the lyricism of contemporary movement
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During a trip through the stars, passengers will discover the power of friendship and community
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A musical classic comes to life in Hollywood
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Journey with a master storyteller as he makes up stories for fun, for fame, for friendship… and for his lost father
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You've heard of paint by numbers, right? Well, get ready to paint by music!
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What happens when you re-imagine a classic story in a new time and place?
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Treat yourself to a delicious musical retelling of a famous Grimm fairytale.
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Join best friends Elephant Gerald and Piggie in a musical adventure ripped from the pages of your favorite books
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A restless girl finds inspiration from her mom’s old records to move to her own beat
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The story of a young girl on the autism spectrum who changes a community
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What do you get your best friend who has everything?
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Join Orphie as she sets sail on a quest that takes her from the heights of Mt. Olympus to the depths of the underworld
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Join musicians from the National Symphony Orchestra to explore how musical opposites make music to our ears
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A twelve-year-old boy saves his older brother at the Battle of Gettysburg and then helps lead the Union to victory!
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This play humanizes people dealing with less than perfect families and celebrates the power of friendship
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Peter is a very brave boy, but is he any match for a hungry wolf?
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The youngest of music lovers (and their favorite stuffed animal) join in fun, interactive performances with musicians from the NSO
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Join best friends Elephant Gerald and Piggie in a musical adventure ripped from the pages of your favorite books
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