3rd Annual ĭmáGen Event!
Visionary. Inventor. Best-selling author. Professor. Rock star of animal science. Autism activist. Temple tells the true story of Temple Grandin. This staged concert event showcases Broadway stars, local high school and MSU Department of Theatre's musical theatre and dance students on the same stage.
This exciting ĭmáGen staged concert event will showcase Broadway stars, local high school students and MSU Department of Theatre's musical theatre and dance students in performance on the same stage as part of the Musical Theatre Immersion Program at MSU, a new collaborative venture with the MSUFCU Institute for Arts & Creativity at Wharton Center and MSU College of Arts and Letters’ Department of Theatre.
Sensory Friendly Performance:
Saturday, October 22 at 2:00 p.m.
This Sensory Friendly Performance is modified for audience members with sensory input disorders, ASD, or other differences. This special performance provides youth, adults, their families and caregivers the opportunity to enjoy live theatre in a welcoming and supportive environment. Including:
- Acoustic sound
- House lights on at a low level throughout the performance
- Standing and movement will be accommodated within the theater
- A designated quiet area and a separate activity room available prior to and throughout the performance
- Trained volunteers and professionals on hand during the entire performance
- Sensory supports available in the lobby before the show
- Online and printed guidance materials about the show experience
Age recommendation: Developmentally 6yrs and older.
NOTE: some adult language is used.
Performance Run Time: Approximately 2 hours which includes a 20 minute intermission.