Bluelaces Theater Company is proud to present SUDS, an immersive, multi-sensory theatrical experience for audiences with autism and other developmental differences. SUDS takes the seemingly mundane task of going to the laundromat and transforms it into an exhilarating adventure filled with water, soap, and bubbles. You’ll even meet a dancing sweatshirt and a laundry monster (who is actually very nice)!
At SUDS, you’ll be joined on your journey by our cast of characters and Adventure Guides, (known in this production as “The Laundry League”). Adventure Guides pair with each audience member to tailor the production to their unique needs and interests. To guarantee a personalized experience, we ask interested families to fill out our ticket request form to reserve a ticket. Each ticket request is for one audience member with developmental differences and up to three accompanying guests (parent, caregiver, sibling, etc.) A member from the Bluelaces team will confirm your reservation. Please contact [email protected] (link sends e-mail) with any questions!
Bluelaces’ goal is to create welcoming experiences, foster positive social interactions, and encourage sensory play through our work. We are committed to providing individualized attention, affordable pricing, interactive participation, and high quality original content for our audiences. Bluelaces gives audience members and their caregivers the opportunity to experience art in a way where they can truly be themselves in a celebratory, nonjudgmental, safe environment. To learn more about our programming, including staged performances, drama workshops, and summer camp, please visit our website.
There is a suggested donation of $25 per person attending SUDS. Payment will be taken upon confirmation of your ticket.
Photos: Alexis Buatti-Ramos Photography
Video: Shot by Man with a Cam and Edited by Wes Latta
Stairs: The theater is fully wheelchair accessible with an automatic door from the sidewalk located near the corner of Brattle and Hilliard Streets. The lobby and entrance to the theater are all at sidewalk level.
Restrooms: A wheelchair-accessible bathroom is located to the left as you face the box office in the front lobby (ushers or reception desk personnel will direct you).
Hearing: The theater is equipped with an infrared amplification system for the hard of hearing; headsets must be reserved in advance from the box office.
Vision: There is no obstructed view in the EX.
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The Loeb Drama Center Ex Theater
64 Brattle Street, Cambridge, MA, USA