Who are we?
Seesaw Theatre strives to enrich the lives of autistic and otherwise disabled individuals by increasing their access to theater and fostering the use of multisensory performance as a channel for expression. We pursue this mission through a rich season, which consists of interactive performances, workshops, and education. Some highlights of our season include an inclusive theater conference in the fall, workshops led year-round by our Seesaw-trained teaching artists, and sensory-based shows in the winter and spring.
What are we doing?
This year, the theme of our spring show is prehistoric. This expansive theme requires an expansive space to match, so we are excited to announce that our show will take place in the Louis Room for the very first time this year. We can’t wait to create a safe and immersive environment for our audience members in a space which allows them even more freedom to adventure and grow.
How can you help?
Make a gift through this Catalyzer page! Every gift gets us closer to our goal.
Share this page with anyone you know who supports student-produced and accessible theater!
Share our show details with any schools or families you might know who could benefit from multisensory theater intended for autistic and otherwise disabled young audiences!
With this gift, one of our explorers can make a pre-show craft to bring with them!
Deliver props to a kiddo!
This gift will pay for the creation of a one-of-a-kind costume for one of our characters, and help the dino magic come to life!
Hands-on paleontology experience!
Help us make this show accessible for all our audience members.