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Old May 14th, 2017, 07:44 PM   #591
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It's a big world and there's room for everyone, I suspect the view count is more to do with people with interest in pheremones checking out this thread and trying to find any pheremone-related content, and wondering why it's continuously updated and always at the top of the 'New' search results. I am in no way at all trying to restrict anyone's freedom of speech or right to self-expression, but it would be nice for me to have the option somewhere to filter it from my view of the forums.
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Hi Mr Scrunge I appreciate the response and will keep your opinion in mind when posting

The subject of recent posts has mainly been on Autism-related events and organisations in the state of Ohio.

The Victorian Theatre Association (VTA) is a premier not-for-profit arts organization based in Dayton, Ohio presenting touring Broadway, comedians, films and more...
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As a mother of an autistic child, Ashley DeBeer says she would never - ever - have taken her son to any kind of public performance.
"You're always hesitant to take your child to something like that because you never know how he is going to react," she explains. "Teddy gets amped up if there are loud noises or bright lights and in order to calm himself, he'd need to be walking around. Sometimes he flaps his hands or jumps up and down. He does things that aren't conducive to sitting quietly in a theater." Like a lot of other kids on the spectrum, she says, her son faces sensory processing disorder.

...The DeBeer's family life changed dramatically when they heard about the 'sensory-friendly performances' at The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati and decided to take 4-year-old Teddy to one of the shows.
"He loved it!" says the delighted mom, and they've returned to see two other productions. "It was a totally stress-free environment for us -- some kids talked, some walked around, some families even brought babies who cried and it was no big deal."
With their lives restricted in so many other ways, DeBeer says it's 'a really big deal' to have something they can do that's totally judgment-free. "The worst thing families like ours can do is to isolate themselves," she says.

With World Autism Awareness Day coming up on Sunday, April 2, the good news for families like the DeBeers is that cities in our area are reflecting a growing trend by hosting what's also termed 'relaxed' performances for those with autism and other developmental disabilities.

...What's so unusual about a sensory-friendly performance? For starters, you won't hear loud or jarring sounds during the show or see bright or flashing lights on stage. The auditorium won't be totally dark -- instead the house lights will be kept at a low level. Kid' can come and go as needed and there's plenty of space for them to move around. There's a designated quiet area for those who need a break and time to refocus. If children talk during the show, they won't ever be hushed.
"The actors do not change the script or their performance and they treat this performance as any other performance -- ensuring a high-quality experience for any -- and all -- of our audience members," explains Samantha Johnstone of Childplay, the touring company that's bringing 'The Cat in the Hat' to the Victoria Theatre.

Jon Gentry, who plays The Cat, says he might tone down certain vocal noises at a sensory-friendly performance or adjust a piece of the set if it makes a particualrly loud noise. He says he always takes the size of the theater and the stage into consideration when he performs. "For instance, characters often seem larger or more menacing or louder in a small venue than a large one where distance can have a softening effect," he explains.

...Gary Minyard, vice president of education and engagement for the Victoria Theatre Association, credits New York's Theatre Development Fund for getting the ball rolling. "They had been working with children on the autism spectrum and the families felt uncomfortable attending a typical Broadway performance," he says. "So the TDF worked with Disney's theatrical group to create a sensory-friendly performance of 'The Lion King.' Since then they've done [other] special performances...

When he lived in Phoenix, Minyard created a theater summer camp that blended all kinds of children -- including those on the autism spectrum. "They all spent the week working together, building shows, we did a lot of mask and puppetry work and it was a very successful camp for all of the kids," he recalls. "So I've always tried to find avenues for young people who otherwise would not feel comfortable participating."

For the VTA's first venture, he chose 'The Cat in the Hat' because it's a familiar story with familiar characters. "Children may recognize the characters from the book and we didn't want to show them something that is fearful," he says, adding that a 'character sheet' inserted in the program will pair pictures of the book's characters with photos of the costumed actors playing those particular parts.
Elizabeth Redmon, president of the Dayton Autism Society, met with the Victoria staff about a year ago to talk about the possibility of sensory-friendly performances. "I love that this is coming to fruition and we are hoping many of our families go to the show," she says.
Redmon says these shows present a rare opportunity for families to experience theater with their children on the autism spectrum. "The judgment-free environment is something we as a community should strive to maintain, but as a parent of a child with autism knows, that judgment is everywhere. It can make a family limit their exposure to large crowded spaces with people who would not understand the outbursts or sensory overloads that can happen throughout a play."
Minyard says there are no reserved seats at the upcoming show so families can choose the spot in the theater where they believe their child will be most comfortable. "The lights will be up -- some kids may need to stand, dance, move. Families may be coming and going," he says. "My hope is that we start to have families coming to our theater who otherwise felt they were unable to. My hope is that this will become something normal."
Here is a link to a video from Ohio's Victorian Theatre Association (VTA) from about four months ago: https://www.facebook.com/VictoriaThe...7365151543332/



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