NEYT's Theatre Adventure presents 'Questery'

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BRATTLEBORO — As a young man, Joshua Blaushild wrote an adventure tale told with an eclectic group of animal characters. This published legend was set in times of yore. And now, the Theatre Adventure Wednesday Troupe is bringing this fantastic story of an aspiring playwright, "Questery," to the stage this coming Wednesday through Friday at 10:30 a.m., at the West Village Meeting House, South St., West Brattleboro.

There will be a sensory-friendly performance on Wednesday, where expressions and needs are welcomed. The director will talk about the lights, sounds, costumes, and characters of the play in order to support the comfort level of audience members. There will be a break room across from the performance hall for anyone needing quiet space during part of the performance. A social story to help prepare audience members for the theater experience is available upon request anytime before the performance.

People of all abilities are welcome in the audiences of all Theatre Adventure performances. ASL interpreting is provided for all performances and the venue is wheel chair accessible.

In Theatre Adventure, "Pursuing one's dreams is the stuff of life!"

People of all abilities are welcome in the audiences of all Theatre Adventure performances. ASL interpreting is provided for all performances and the venue is wheel chair accessible.

Come join us. Inclusive theatre is alive and well in Southern Vermont! With innovative artistic vision, Theatre Adventure actors with abilities and disabilities create brave and vibrant theater.




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