Wolf PAC In the News

WolfPAC to Perform 'The Velveteen Rabbit' Dec. 9, 10, 11

Friday, December 2, 2016

Special sensory-friendly performance Dec. 10

By Jessica Nicolao for Main Line Media News

Bryn Mawr >> After a young girl becomes ill with scarlet fever, a toy rabbit rounds up his friends to save her. Forced to choose between becoming real and saving the girl, the velveteen rabbit embarks on a remarkable journey, finding out what it truly means to love.

A Sensory-Friendly 'Velveteen Rabbit' is a Theater Occasion for all Children

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Broad Street Review

By Nadia Eldemerdash 

@DemerN on Twitter

Bryn Mawr’s Wolf Performing Arts Center is putting on a sensory-friendly version of The Velveteen Rabbit this December, a first for the children’s theater nonprofit.

Philly-area teen playwrights take on social media

Monday, August 15, 2016

Ten teens walk into a room. They're captives to a high school lockdown, but no one knows the reason.

Autism: QUILT: A patchwork of possibilities

Friday, August 12, 2016

Reed Smith and Brandi Burgess of the Autism QUILT at the Wolf Performing Arts Center.

 

Radnor >> Imagine a theater program designed to allow children and young adults with autism to participate fully, both as actors and audience members.