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Trust Arts Education Center
March 22 – 24
Various times

In this original play, a wily pigeon has flown off with M.C.’s most beloved belonging, and now she must leave the comfort of her home for the big and bustling city to get it back. That’s where you can help.

Created for audiences that benefit from sensory and autism-friendly strategies, Jumping Jack Theater’s interactive world premiere features innovative puppetry and distinct settings, plus social skill and communication supports. A relaxed, sensory-friendly theater experience, the 60-minute show is designed for elementary-school age students.

Join nonverbal character M.C. and participate by helping her solve problems and overcome fears as she safely navigates her new and exciting city environment — from trekking atop a skyscraper to chasing a dump truck.

Families can arrive early to engage with the actors and become familiar with the set design and performance space, and can download this fun activity guide.

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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...