ACT's FREE Sensory Friendly Performance of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS November 3

ACT of Connecticut to Present FREE Sensory Friendly Performance of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, Sunday, November 3rd at 2PM

Continuing its commitment to making theatre accessible to everyone, ACT (A Contemporary Theatre) of Connecticut will present a sensory-friendly performance of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS on Sunday, November 3rd at 2PM.

The performance is free and open to those who require adjusted production elements in order to enjoy the performance. Those interested in attending the performance may reserve their free tickets by calling or emailing the box office, 475.215.5433 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

ACT of CT’s second season will continue with Stephen Schwartz’s GODSPELL, directed by ACT of CT’s Artistic Director Daniel C. Levine. A sensory-friendly performance of this timeless Broadway favorite will take place on Saturday, March 7th at 2PM.

Performances of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS run October 3rd through November 3rd with previews October 3rd and 4th. Purchase tickets HERE. For more information about ACT of CT, ticket and annual subscription sales, fall education programs, sponsor/donor opportunities, and other theatre-related news and announcements, visit www.actofct.org.About ACT (A Contemporary Theatre) of Connecticut ACT (A Contemporary Theatre) of Connecticut is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) Equity theatre located in Ridgefield, CT. Founded and led by Katie Diamond, Daniel C. Levine, and Bryan Perri, ACT of CT presents limited engagement runs of well-known Broadway musicals and plays, as well as world-premiere productions by the next generation of writers and composers.

ACT of CT was honored with 11 BroadwayWorld Connecticut Awards in 2018-2019, its inaugural season. The theatre company produces four shows per season, including one show in the “Presenting Stephen Schwartz!” Series (honoring ACT Artistic Advisor, Stephen Schwartz). All shows feature both Broadway stars and local Fairfield and Westchester County talent.

In addition to fully-produced main stage productions, ACT of CT hosts a New Works Series, The Broadway Unplugged Series, youth education classes, masterclasses, camps, workshops, and a conservatory program for high school students.

ACT of CT is located at 36 Old Quarry Road, in the beautiful village of Ridgefield, CT. Visit actofct.org for further information.


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