ABC Players present their first sensory-friendly performance: ‘Animal Tales’

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NELSONVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) – The ABC Players will present their first sensory friendly performance at Stuart’s Opera House (32 Public Square) April 8. “Animal Tales”  is intended to create a more comfortable arts experience for people with sensory processing difficulties, such as those with autism. 

WOUB’s Emily Votaw spoke to Celeste Parsons and Alyssa Embry about the upcoming production. You can listen to their  conversation on-demand by clicking the “play” button in the Soundcloud widget. This interview is also featured in an installment of WOUB’s “Conversations From Studio B.” 

There is no charge for admission to “Animal Tales,” but reservations are mandatory and cannot be made online. The show is on April 8, and there will be two performances on that day: 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. For reservations call 740-753-1924. 

An image of a donkey, a pig, an elephant, a dog, and some mice altogether on the logo for "Animal Tales"