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Sensory Inclusive Passport to Culture: Cleo Parker Robinson Dance


About the event

Members of Cleo Parker Robinson’s Cleo II share the timeless magic of cultural storytelling through dance, music, and spoken word. Join us in celebrating the ways in which these wonderful stories honor our diversity and bring us together to strengthen our understanding and uplift community for all!

Part of

Sensory Inclusive

Lone Tree Arts Center

What makes these performances sensory-inclusive?
These performances are modified to create a welcoming and supportive environment for children and adults on the autism spectrum as well as individuals with other sensitivity issues or developmental disabilities. Performers and LTAC staff work together to ensure there are no startling noises or visually over-stimulating components. Our team keeps sound levels lower than normal and keeps the lights in the audience higher than normal, ensuring audience members can see each other. Audience members are free to come and go if need be (there is always a “quiet room” available) and are asked to wave hands rather than clapping.

Thanks to our sponsors

Presenting Partners

Joel and Janet Kaufman

Douglas County Developmental Disabilities Mill Levy Grant