Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, Please is one-of-a-kind storytelling performance follows a lost toy, Catbear, as he travels through the tunnels of New York City on six different subway lines, looking for his owner. Each train has its own story, and Catbear experiences all the sights and sounds of New York City before landing home again. Interactive and intimate, this show is ideal for children ages 2-5.
June 10 at 10:00am is an autism friendly performance.
We encourage families who will benefit from these accommodations to join us then; however, ticket sales will still be open to all families.
10am and 11:15
The Old Stone House
336 3rd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Tickets available here: http://standclear1718.bpt.me
General Public: $15 each
Season Pass holders: $12
The autism-friendly performance at 10:00am will feature special accommodations including:
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Please note that the Old Stone House is not a wheelchair accessible venue.
If you would like to see a pop-up performance at an accessible venue, join us at one of our Free Family Art Days in partnership with Brooklyn Public Library.
Contact Emily Baldwin, Outreach Coordinator, at email@example.com with any questions about accommodations or for more information.
Purchase a Season Pass for only $10 and get a 20% discount on all Spellbound Theatre performances at the Old Stone House through June, 2017. Season Pass must be purchased BEFORE purchasing tickets to this performance in order to access the discount: http://seasonpass1718.bpt.me/
Time: 35 min
Size: up to 20 children
Space: Ideal for a large rug or circle time area
Themes: Transportation, subway, New York City, adventure
To bring "Stand Clear of the Closing Doors, Please" to your preschool or private event, email Susanna at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our Schools and Parties pages for pricing details.
Created in collaboration with the students and staff of Maple Street School as part of Spellbound's 2014 in-school artist residency.