Blue Man Group Offers Autism Friendly Show at Universal Orlando December 8, 2018

If you’ve seen Blue Man Group at CityWalk in Orlando, you know that it’s a high-energy show. It’s a rock concert with original music, unique visual effects, and comedy. For one day in December, Blue Man Group in Orlando is doing an autism-friendly performance in cooperation with Autism Speaks.

Autism Speaks is the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization and works with various groups around the country.  This will be the fourth year this unique Blue Man performance will be offered. The show is geared toward children, adults, and families affected by autism spectrum disorders.

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Slight modifications will be made to the show, including reducing sound and light levels at various moments during the performance and making earplugs available upon request. The Blue Men will limit the amount of direct audience interaction and keep their approach to the audience more subdued. The lobby will serve as a quiet, soothing space for anyone desiring a break from the stimulation.

Tickets for the Blue Man Group autism-friendly show on Saturday, Dec. 8 at 6 pm are at a reduced rate of $36 per person and a portion of the proceeds are being given to Autism Speaks. Interested in learning more or purchasing tickets? Visit www.blueman.com/AutismSpeaksORL for more information!

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