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Society for the Performing Arts presents David Parsons Dance

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Started by the legendary David Parsons in 1985, Parsons Dance is known for its signature style with a fusion of the gesture and movement that make up modern dance, and the discipline and precise execution one expects from a classical company. Parsons Dance continues to pursue its mission to deliver positive, affirming, life-enriching experiences to audiences worldwide.

The 12 noon performance will be an autism-friendly performance, appropriate for middle school, high school, and post-graduates, along with their parents, teachers and chaperones. Special performance accommodations include:

  • Orchestra-level seating only, with room to move around
  • Designated quiet areas in the theater
  • Lowered sound levels
  • House lights at a low level during the performance
  • No strobe lighting
  • Flexibility during the performance for talking and movement
  • Extra volunteer support

Started by the legendary David Parsons in 1985, Parsons Dance is known for its signature style with a fusion of the gesture and movement that make up modern dance, and the discipline and precise execution one expects from a classical company. Parsons Dance continues to pursue its mission to deliver positive, affirming, life-enriching experiences to audiences worldwide.

The 12 noon performance will be an autism-friendly performance, appropriate for middle school, high school, and post-graduates, along with their parents, teachers and chaperones. Special performance accommodations include:

  • Orchestra-level seating only, with room to move around
  • Designated quiet areas in the theater
  • Lowered sound levels
  • House lights at a low level during the performance
  • No strobe lighting
  • Flexibility during the performance for talking and movement
  • Extra volunteer support

Started by the legendary David Parsons in 1985, Parsons Dance is known for its signature style with a fusion of the gesture and movement that make up modern dance, and the discipline and precise execution one expects from a classical company. Parsons Dance continues to pursue its mission to deliver positive, affirming, life-enriching experiences to audiences worldwide.

The 12 noon performance will be an autism-friendly performance, appropriate for middle school, high school, and post-graduates, along with their parents, teachers and chaperones. Special performance accommodations include:

  • Orchestra-level seating only, with room to move around
  • Designated quiet areas in the theater
  • Lowered sound levels
  • House lights at a low level during the performance
  • No strobe lighting
  • Flexibility during the performance for talking and movement
  • Extra volunteer support

WHEN

WHERE

Wortham Theater Center
501 Texas Ave.
Houston, TX 77002
http://spahouston.org/show?ShowId=157

TICKET INFO

$33-$78; $5 for noon performance.
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