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Addy & Uno

Saturday, December 16, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)
$42.25, Free/ages 2 & under

In this family musical about disabilities, Uno, a child with autism, faces the challenge of competing in his school’s math competition. His friends with varying disabilities – ADHD, vision, hearing and physical impairment – rally in support. With puppetry and music, the show celebrates the abilities within disability and inspires empathy and the understanding that it’s “nice to be nice”.

Saturday & Sunday 12 pm
Through Jan 14

Addy & Uno

Sunday, December 17, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)
$42.25, Free/ages 2 & under

In this family musical about disabilities, Uno, a child with autism, faces the challenge of competing in his school’s math competition. His friends with varying disabilities – ADHD, vision, hearing and physical impairment – rally in support. With puppetry and music, the show celebrates the abilities within disability and inspires empathy and the understanding that it’s “nice to be nice”.

Saturday & Sunday 12 pm
Through Jan 14

Addy & Uno

Saturday, December 23, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)
$42.25, Free/ages 2 & under

In this family musical about disabilities, Uno, a child with autism, faces the challenge of competing in his school’s math competition. His friends with varying disabilities – ADHD, vision, hearing and physical impairment – rally in support. With puppetry and music, the show celebrates the abilities within disability and inspires empathy and the understanding that it’s “nice to be nice”.

Saturday & Sunday 12 pm
Through Jan 14

Addy & Uno

Sunday, December 24, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)
$42.25, Free/ages 2 & under

In this family musical about disabilities, Uno, a child with autism, faces the challenge of competing in his school’s math competition. His friends with varying disabilities – ADHD, vision, hearing and physical impairment – rally in support. With puppetry and music, the show celebrates the abilities within disability and inspires empathy and the understanding that it’s “nice to be nice”.

Saturday & Sunday 12 pm
Through Jan 14

Addy & Uno

Saturday, December 30, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)
$42.25, Free/ages 2 & under

In this family musical about disabilities, Uno, a child with autism, faces the challenge of competing in his school’s math competition. His friends with varying disabilities – ADHD, vision, hearing and physical impairment – rally in support. With puppetry and music, the show celebrates the abilities within disability and inspires empathy and the understanding that it’s “nice to be nice”.

Saturday & Sunday 12 pm
Through Jan 14

Addy & Uno

Sunday, December 31, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)
$42.25, Free/ages 2 & under

In this family musical about disabilities, Uno, a child with autism, faces the challenge of competing in his school’s math competition. His friends with varying disabilities – ADHD, vision, hearing and physical impairment – rally in support. With puppetry and music, the show celebrates the abilities within disability and inspires empathy and the understanding that it’s “nice to be nice”.

Saturday & Sunday 12 pm
Through Jan 14

Addy & Uno

Saturday, January 6, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)
$42.25, Free/ages 2 & under

In this family musical about disabilities, Uno, a child with autism, faces the challenge of competing in his school’s math competition. His friends with varying disabilities – ADHD, vision, hearing and physical impairment – rally in support. With puppetry and music, the show celebrates the abilities within disability and inspires empathy and the understanding that it’s “nice to be nice”.

Saturday & Sunday 12 pm
Through Jan 14

Addy & Uno

Sunday, January 7, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)
$42.25, Free/ages 2 & under

In this family musical about disabilities, Uno, a child with autism, faces the challenge of competing in his school’s math competition. His friends with varying disabilities – ADHD, vision, hearing and physical impairment – rally in support. With puppetry and music, the show celebrates the abilities within disability and inspires empathy and the understanding that it’s “nice to be nice”.

Saturday & Sunday 12 pm
Through Jan 14

Autism Spectrum Tour: The Discovery Squad

Saturday, January 13, 9:00 am–10:00 am
American Museum of Natural History (West 81st Street & Central Park West)

Families with 5–14 year-olds with autism spectrum disorders can attend a 40-minute tour led by specially trained tour guides, then spend some time exploring the Discovery Room before the Museum opens to the public. Ages 5–9 will discover the dioramas in the Hall of North American Mammals, which offers a snapshot of the plants and animals native to North America, and explore the dioramas in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life. Ages 10–14 will take a trip through the Hall of Planet Earth to explore the planet we live on and the forces that create volcanoes, earthquakes, and rock formations. Space is limited and advance registration is required. Call 212-769-5200, Monday-Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.


Addy & Uno

Saturday, January 13, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)
$42.25, Free/ages 2 & under

In this family musical about disabilities, Uno, a child with autism, faces the challenge of competing in his school’s math competition. His friends with varying disabilities – ADHD, vision, hearing and physical impairment – rally in support. With puppetry and music, the show celebrates the abilities within disability and inspires empathy and the understanding that it’s “nice to be nice”.

Saturday & Sunday 12 pm
Through Jan 14

Addy & Uno

Sunday, January 14, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street)
$42.25, Free/ages 2 & under

In this family musical about disabilities, Uno, a child with autism, faces the challenge of competing in his school’s math competition. His friends with varying disabilities – ADHD, vision, hearing and physical impairment – rally in support. With puppetry and music, the show celebrates the abilities within disability and inspires empathy and the understanding that it’s “nice to be nice”.

Saturday & Sunday 12 pm
Through Jan 14

Autism Spectrum Tour: The Discovery Squad

Saturday, March 17, 9:00 am–10:00 am
American Museum of Natural History (West 81st Street & Central Park West)

Families with 5–14 year-olds with autism spectrum disorders can attend a 40-minute tour led by specially trained tour guides, then spend some time exploring the Discovery Room before the Museum opens to the public. Ages 5–9 will discover the dioramas in the Hall of North American Mammals, which offers a snapshot of the plants and animals native to North America, and explore the dioramas in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life. Ages 10–14 will take a trip through the Hall of Planet Earth to explore the planet we live on and the forces that create volcanoes, earthquakes, and rock formations. Space is limited and advance registration is required. Call 212-769-5200, Monday-Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.


A Fool’s Errand

Saturday, March 24, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
BAM Fisher (321 Ashland Place)
$16

In this physical comedy, an adventure unfolds from the moment clowning virtuoso Jamie Adkins falls onstage. With acrobatic skill and expertly timed comedic despair, Adkins crawls, sways, and stumbles across a single rope in a quest to investigate all the what-ifs along the way. Ordinary predicaments crackle with humor as he makes up the rules as he goes. The result is a barely contained chaos reminding young audiences that the path to success is never a straight line.

Saturday & Sunday 11 am & 2 pm

A Fool’s Errand

Sunday, March 25, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
BAM Fisher (321 Ashland Place)
$16

In this physical comedy, an adventure unfolds from the moment clowning virtuoso Jamie Adkins falls onstage. With acrobatic skill and expertly timed comedic despair, Adkins crawls, sways, and stumbles across a single rope in a quest to investigate all the what-ifs along the way. Ordinary predicaments crackle with humor as he makes up the rules as he goes. The result is a barely contained chaos reminding young audiences that the path to success is never a straight line.

Saturday & Sunday 11 am & 2 pm

LC Kids Artists at the Atrium: Brady Rymer And The Little Band That Could

Saturday, April 7, 11:00 am–12:00 pm
David Rubenstein Atrium (Broadway between West 62nd and West 63rd Streets)

a whimsical Americana mashup when the Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Brady Rymer brings his rootsy, accordion-laced pop and rock tunes to Lincoln Center. Designed for kids on the autism spectrum, this performance is part of the Big Umbrella Festival.


KNOCK!

Saturday, April 28, 10:30 am–11:15 am
BAM Fisher (321 Ashland Place)
$15

Young audiences sing along with performers as they explore the creative possibilities of forest wood—asking what it can do and what we can do with it. Strange animals and stories magically come to life as a four-person ensemble from South African company Magnet Theatre animates various shapes through imaginative storytelling. KNOCK! is an interactive theater experience for curious minds, complete with original songs and limitless acoustic possibilities.

Tuesday-Sunday 10:30 am
Also Saturday & Sunday 2 pm
Through May 6

KNOCK!

Sunday, April 29, 10:30 am–11:15 am
BAM Fisher (321 Ashland Place)
$15

Young audiences sing along with performers as they explore the creative possibilities of forest wood—asking what it can do and what we can do with it. Strange animals and stories magically come to life as a four-person ensemble from South African company Magnet Theatre animates various shapes through imaginative storytelling. KNOCK! is an interactive theater experience for curious minds, complete with original songs and limitless acoustic possibilities.

Tuesday-Sunday 10:30 am
Also Saturday & Sunday 2 pm
Through May 6

KNOCK!

Tuesday, May 1, 10:30 am–11:15 am
BAM Fisher (321 Ashland Place)
$15

Young audiences sing along with performers as they explore the creative possibilities of forest wood—asking what it can do and what we can do with it. Strange animals and stories magically come to life as a four-person ensemble from South African company Magnet Theatre animates various shapes through imaginative storytelling. KNOCK! is an interactive theater experience for curious minds, complete with original songs and limitless acoustic possibilities.

Tuesday-Sunday 10:30 am
Also Saturday & Sunday 2 pm
Through May 6

KNOCK!

Wednesday, May 2, 10:30 am–11:15 am
BAM Fisher (321 Ashland Place)
$15

Young audiences sing along with performers as they explore the creative possibilities of forest wood—asking what it can do and what we can do with it. Strange animals and stories magically come to life as a four-person ensemble from South African company Magnet Theatre animates various shapes through imaginative storytelling. KNOCK! is an interactive theater experience for curious minds, complete with original songs and limitless acoustic possibilities.

Tuesday-Sunday 10:30 am
Also Saturday & Sunday 2 pm
Through May 6

KNOCK!

Thursday, May 3, 10:30 am–11:15 am
BAM Fisher (321 Ashland Place)
$15

Young audiences sing along with performers as they explore the creative possibilities of forest wood—asking what it can do and what we can do with it. Strange animals and stories magically come to life as a four-person ensemble from South African company Magnet Theatre animates various shapes through imaginative storytelling. KNOCK! is an interactive theater experience for curious minds, complete with original songs and limitless acoustic possibilities.

Tuesday-Sunday 10:30 am
Also Saturday & Sunday 2 pm
Through May 6

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