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Relaxed Performance

Relaxed performances – sometimes called “sensory friendly performances” or “extra live” performances – were initially designed to make theatre spaces more comfortable and welcoming to audience members with autism spectrum disorder, a sensory and communication disorder or a learning disability. Other audience members who benefit from Relaxed Performances include parents with toddlers, people with Tourette’s syndrome, people who experience anxiety or people who are not comfortable with the conventions of a traditional theatre setting.


Mysterious Entity is committed to creating inclusive space and will offer a relaxed performance during each run of a show whenever possible.

We will also make sure that relaxed performances (and as many performances and events as possible) are physically accessible.

Learn more about relaxed performances at The Access Activators web site.


If you attend our relaxed performance of Wreck Wee Em on Sunday, September 30, 2018, please fill out this survey regarding your experience:

University of Guelph: Relaxed Performance: Exploring Accessibility in the Canadian Theatre Sector