Beauty and the Beast: Sensory-friendly Performance

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Sunday, Feb. 23 at 4:30 p.m.| Benedum Center
Experience the fairy tale magic of Beauty and the Beast in a supportive theater setting designed for patrons with sensory sensitivities and other individualized needs. Accommodations include relaxed house rules, lower sound levels, live audio description of the ballet and specially trained volunteers. Learn more.

Now through Jan. 7, all tickets are just $15 for this special performance!
Book Your $15 Tickets
Use Promo Code: PBTSFP15 | Call: 412-456-6666 | Online: pbt.org
*Available only for the sensory-friendly Beauty and the Beast show on Feb. 23, 2020 at 4:30 pm. Offer expires 1/7/20.

Experience Beauty and the Beast with everyone you care about!
Groups of 8 or more enjoy comprehensive planning support and personalized service.
Call 412-454-9101 or email groupsales@pittsburghballet.org.


BEAUTY AND THE BEAST SENSORY-FRIENDLY PERFORMANCE
Feb. 23, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. | Benedum Center
The classic tale weaves a tender love story between the gnarled trees of the enchanted forest. Audiences are offered a glimpse at unexpected romance, heartbreak and the power of love through striking scenery and stunning neoclassical choreography.


Adaptive Dance Winter Sessions Starting in January
Designed for students with autism spectrum disorders or other sensory sensitivities.
These classes emphasize creative movement principles and modified ballet technique in a welcoming and structured studio environment. Classes are taught by PBT School instructors experienced in adaptive dance and are limited to 15 students.
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TICKETS & CUSTOMER SERVICE
Box Office: 412-456-6666
Subscriptions: 412-454-9107
Group Sales: 412-454-9101
General inquiries:  inquiry@pittsburghballet.org

PITTSBURGH BALLET THEATRE
2900 Liberty Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15201
Photos: Rich Sofranko, Duane Rieder

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