|Name: ||"Vestibular Sense" ~ A dramatic comedy about Autism|
|Description:||Ken LaZebnik, co-writer of the recent film "A Prairie Home Companion," grew up with two family members on the Autism spectrum, and so his new play about Autism, "Vestibular Sense," comes from a place of warmth, sensitivity, honesty and humor.|
In "Vestibular Sense," lead character Isaac, 19, lives with his grandmother and works at a Valhalla-themed California amusement park. He joins a co-worker in a Fourth of July prank that backfires, putting Isaac in a dilemma about betraying his friend or telling the truth.
For more information, including showtimes and tickets, contact the Mixed Blood theatre.
Read a review of "Vestibular Sense".
|Location:||Mixed Blood Theatre more information...|
|Address:||1501 S. 4th Street|
Minneapolis, MN 55454
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|Age Group(s):||All Ages|
|Parking:||Well-lit and inexpensive parking is available on 4th Street across from the theatre - Meters are also available around the theatre. Parking ramps are located between the Holiday Inn Metrodome and Grandma’s on Washington as well as behind Midwest Mountaineering |
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