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Kish Kush, or “scribbling” in Hebrew, traces the journey of two characters as they progress from solitude to connectedness. One speaks English, the other a combination of Hebrew and Farsi; through encounters with a stranger, both emerge more accepting and trusting. At turns humorous and profound, challenging yet hopeful, Kish Kush offers a unique and eloquent portrayal of diversity. Since the show’s groundbreaking premiere in 2013, Italy’s Teatrodistinto has presented it worldwide in dozens of languages, each time to critical and public acclaim.
May 16–23, 2020 Clark Studio Theater
To note: Seating is general admission, and the Front of House team will guide audience members to their seats, which include chairs on risers and mats on the floor.
This show features one or more relaxed performances adapted for neurodiverse audiences, including young people with autism and other disabilities. There are no restrictions around noise or movement, audience members are welcome to leave and re-enter the theater, and adjustments are made to these productions to reduce sensory stimuli.
Visit Kids.LincolnCenter.org/RP for more information and a full listing of this season’s relaxed performances.