Bricolage Production Company
Through June 3
Various times

Get out of your seat and embark on an adventure through an enchanted forest.

This is what live theater looks like to Bricolage, the country’s first theater company to introduce a specific accessibility program for immersive productions.

Reimagining what live theater can be for all kids, Bricolage is presenting a fully accessible and sensory-friendly production for children. Sitting and being quiet for long periods of time are definitely not required at “The Forest of Everywhere,” which takes kids on a real-life, open-world adventure filled with creative play and one-on-one interactions.

What will ensue when a colossal storm rearranges planet Earth, causing cities to change locations? Join furry and feathered animal friends seeking refuge in a breathtaking enchanted forest. Help dancing burro Don Key, singing ostrich Esther and napping Alpaca Simon adjust to their new home as you dig for bugs, play instruments and make your mark inside the chalk cave.

Designed for and beta-tested with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families, the innovative show was written and directed by Tami Dixon.

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Jennifer Baron

Jennifer has worked at the Mattress Factory, Brooklyn Museum of Art and Dahesh Museum of Art and is co-author of Pittsburgh Signs Project: 250 Signs of Western Pennsylvania. She also is co-coordinator...