Wolf PAC In the News

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.

This Bryn Mawr nonprofit is using theatre to engage individuals with autism

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Theatrical performances are not always accessible for individuals with autism. But with QUILT, a multifaceted initiative that offers engagement and performance opportunities for young people with autism, Wolf Performing Arts Center (Wolf PAC) in Bryn Mawr hopes to make theatre enjoyable for people of all abilities.