Presented by Peninsula Youth Theatre in association with MVCPA
Sponsored in part by The Center for Autism and Related Disorders, LLC (CARD)
Saturday, November 3 at 5 pm
This sensory-friendly performance offers guests and families living with autism or other special needs an opportunity to enjoy "Stories on Stage" in a safe and accepting environment. An inclusive space is created with special considerations such as scaled-down production elements (lights, sound, etc.), extra wheelchair accommodations, and a quiet zone outside the performance space.
Junie B. Jones is ecstatic about her brand new mittens- until a dirty, rotten thief steals them! So when she finds a fantastic pen on the school floor, she should get to keep it. Right? This comical and heartfelt tale finds our fearless friend in another mess. What will happen? That's anyone's guess. Based on the book by Barbara Park. This performance is 45 minutes long with no intermission and is appropriate for all ages.
Please note: this performance is general admission seating, first come first served and wheelchair companion seats may be located next to or in some instances behind the designated wheelchair space.
The theater doors will open 45 minutes prior to the performance.
The Center has assembled a Pre-Visit Guide that will provide visuals to help familiarize patrons with the spaces and experiences they will encounter while attending this show.
View, download or print the Pre-Visit Guide here.
SecondStage | $10
Ticket prices include $2 Facility Use Fee
Other fees, depending on method of purchase may also apply
Lap passes are offered for this performance
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders, LLC (CARD) is pleased to support the Autistic
and Sensory Sensitive Community by sponsoring “Junie B Jones in not a Crook!” CARD is the world’s largest provider of top-quality, evidence-based autism treatment, effectively treating individuals of all ages who are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related disorders. With both domestic and international reach, CARD touches the lives of thousands of individuals affected by ASD and their families. Through a network of highly trained behavior analysts, behavior technicians, and researchers, CARD develops and implements quality, comprehensive, and individualized treatment programs, which lead to success and, in some cases, recovery. For more information, please visitwww.centerforautism.com.