Disney's Frozen

TDF Autism-Friendly Performance

TDF is proud to present an autism-friendly performance of:

Disney's Frozen

at the St. James Theatre (246 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036)

Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 1:00 p.m.

This is a special performance for individuals on the autism spectrum, as well as people with other developmental or cognitive disabilities who may benefit -- not for the general public.

About The Show:

Frozen is the timeless tale of two sisters, pulled apart by a mysterious secret. As one young woman struggles to find her voice and harness her powers within, the other embarks on an epic adventure to bring her family together once and for all. Both are searching for love. They just don't know where to find it.

Running time:

Two and a half hours including one intermission.

Warnings:

  • There is NO ELEVATOR in the St. James Theatre, the mezzanine and balcony levels are only accessible via stairs.
  • Disney recommends this show for children ages 8 (eight) and up.
  • Stage fog is used during the performance.
  • Characters briefly interact with the audience on the Orchestra level.
  • Confetti falls at the end of the show.

 

What They're Saying:

NOMINATED FOR 3 TONY AWARDS INCLUDING BEST MUSICAL!

“Joyous and triumphant! Wonderful! A really magical experience” – WABC-TV

"It will give you chills! Amazing special effects, eye-popping costumes and incredible performances.” -NEWSDAY


What makes it autism-friendly:

To create an autism-friendly performance, the show is being performed in a welcoming, supportive environment for individuals on the autism spectrum, with sensory and communication disorders, or learning disabilities. Slight adjustments to lighting and sound will be made for the performance. In each level's lobby there will be a break area staffed by specialists in the field, if anyone needs to leave his or her seats during the show.  A downloadable social narrative (in Word format) with pictures of the theatre and the production will be available on this page, designed to personalize the experience for individuals wishing to prepare for the show. Additional resources for this performance such as a character guide and guide to attending the show will also be available. 

We can make no assurances that this performance will be suitable for everyone with autism. Parents and guardians are solely responsible for their children’s viewing and engagement with the performance.

Ticket Price: 

  • Orchestra: $80.00
  • Side Orchestra: $77.50
  • Rear Orchestra: $69.00
  • Front Mezzanine: $80.00
  • Mid Mezzanine: $77.50
  • Side Mezzanine: $69.00
  • Rear Mezzanine: $57.50
  • Balcony: $57.50
  • Wheelchair locations, transfer seats and companion seats available on the orchestra level. There is NO ELEVATOR in the St. James Theatre.
  • Limit 8 tickets per order. Limited group sales are available by contacting autism@tdf.org prior to the on-sale date.
Please note you do not need to be a TDF member to purchase tickets.

Questions? Email: autism@tdf.org 

AVOID SCAMS! THIS IS THE ONLY OFFICIAL SITE TO OBTAIN TICKETS to this autism-friendly performance on Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. 
Tickets purchased from other sellers are not valid. 

TDF wishes to acknowledge the following donors for their generous support of TDF's Autism Friendly Performances: 

Darlene and Stuart Altschuler
The Theodore H. Barth Foundation
Helene & Ilene Berger
Harry S. Black and Allon Fuller Fund
Liv It Up & The David and Polly D'Addario Family
The FAR Fund
Joseph H. Flom Foundation
The Walter F. and Alice Gorham Foundation
NEXT for AUTISM from the proceeds of Night of Too Many Stars
Stavros Niarchos Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts 
New York City CouncilSpeaker Corey Johnson,
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs,
New York State Council on the Arts,
S&P Global,
The Morris and Alma Schapiro Fund,
The Adolph and Ruth Schnurmacher Foundation,
Seventh District Foundation,
The Shubert Foundation,
Laura Slack,
Smart Family Foundation,
The Taft Foundation,
Eva Wirth

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

This program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.