BWW JR: The Amazing Max Special Needs Performance

BWW JR: The Amazing Max Special Needs Performance

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On June 23rd at 1:00 PM, the Amazing Max (Magician Max Darwin) will be presenting a special performance of The Amazing Max and the Box of Interesting Things for children with special needs.  This sensory-friendly presentation of the hit Off-Broadway show will be adjusted to the sensitivities of children with autism and other special needs.  Handicap accessible seating will be available, as well as a quiet area reserved for any children who may feel overwhelmed during the performance.

As I reported last fall, The Amazing Max and The Box of Interesting Things at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center is a traditional children's magic show with many a modern twist.  Max Darwin manages to enthrall children while still entertaining adults, all while gracefully executing sight-of-hand tricks and improvisational comedy. 

The Amazing Max and The Box of Interesting Things special needs friendly show will beperformed at the MMAC Theater located in the Manhattan Movement & Arts Center at 248 W. 60th Street, NYC (between Amsterdam and West End Avenues) in the Lincoln Center area.

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A limited number of discounted tickets are available for $20.   Reservations are required and must be made using the online reservation form, www.TheAmazingMaxLive.com/specialneeds or call 212-496-2147.

Following the performance children will the opportunity to meet The Amazing Max, who will be signing autographs.  There will also be special giveaways.  For more information, visit www.TheAmazingMax.com or www.TheAmazingMaxLive.com/specialneeds


 

BWW JR: The Amazing Max Special Needs Performance

 

 

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Erin Leigh Peck Erin Leigh Peck is a New York based actor, writer and mother. She has performed on and off Broadway, in regional theatre and on tour, in films and on television. She most recently appeared Off-Broadway in The Toxic Avenger Musical and can often be seen on television in various commercials. Erin's play Marjorie Gold is a contemporary 'dramedy' about pregnancy, parenthood and postpartum. She is the proud and busy mother of two extremely awesome kids. Please visit her web site, www.ErinLeighPeck.com.