When eleven-year-old Juniper May receives a petition signed by her entire class stating that she is 'the most hated person in the school' her life is thrown into complete meltdown. After exhausting all other avenues her parents' resort to the only thing they have left, a giant singing robot.
Based on a true story, Robot Song illustrates how the transformative nature of creativity can merge with unconditional love to create an unstoppable force!
An honest, deeply personal and intensely funny window into writer, director Jolyon James' experience parenting a child on the Autism Spectrum.
A relaxed performance is accessible for a range of audience members including autistic audiences, and audience members with sensory or communication conditions, or learning disabilities.
Light and sound intensity levels are reduced to avoid risk of overwhelm. Doors remain open, and the space is judgement-free. Audience members are free to move around, make noise, and react/self sooth as they please. They may also take advantage of the designated quiet space and pre-show resources such as a Visual Story to support the visit. The performance is to be held in the Bunjil Place Theatre.
For accessibility bookings or other Box Office inquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 03 9709 9700 between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm (Monday to Saturday).
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& Saturday 6 July 2019
10.30 am (Saturday)
Children under the age of 2 years do not require a ticket if seated on the lap of their carer.