Welcome to Here, A sensory friendly adventure
  • Candy Williams, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

    Children's Theater Festival takes over Pittsburgh's Cultural District

    “The immersive piece tells a story of a personal quest into a land filled with whimsical characters and enchanted terrain. It is sensory-sensitive, from the lighting and costumes to the design of the sound stage”

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  • Jake Lake, Pittsburgh in the Round

    Autism and the Arts: Bricolage Creates Sensory-Sensitive Immersive Experience

    “The transformation of Bricolage’s space is outstanding. The twilight lit room is full of intricately carved cardboard trees from which birds can be heard chirping, a circle of stumps and stones rest in the middle for participants to gather around and sing with Ranger Roger and there is even a slide in Don Key’s house.”

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  • Sharon Eberson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Children's Fest welcomes Bricolage for a special sensory friendly immersive work

    “Using fantastical puppetry and forest environments, the work was created by Bricolage’s producing artistic director Tami Dixon to be flexible, fun and provide a comfortable and safe experience”

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