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Know Before You Go & Accessibility Information

Our performances are at the Dragonfly Theater at the RJ Grey Junior High School in Acton, MA (16 Charter Road). Google Map of the theater location Please note that there are other activities at the school during some of our performances. The school is particularly busy on Sunday afternoons, so please leave extra time if you are coming to a Sunday matinee. There are parking lots adjacent to the building, and there is overflow parking space available behind the school, across Charter Road at Parker Damon building, and across Massachusetts Avenue in the K-Mart lot.

About Our Current Show: Check back closer to the date of our show for expected show run-time, Social Story links, audio description pre-show descriptions, and more.

Our Sensory Friendly/relaxed performance on Saturday, April 4th at 1pm, features Act I only by special arrangement with the publisher, MTI. This performance will be a shortened yet fully complete rendition of the story with a fairy tale ending. For this performance, the house lights will be kept partially on, the theater doors remain open, and there will be a separate “chill out” space for audience members who need a break from the action. A social story will be available at our website to help attendees preview the production and venue.

Tickets are available about a month before the show. They will be available online and via cast members.

Refreshments & Allergy Information

Refreshments will be sold before the show and at intermission. Allergen warning: please do not bring any peanut, banana, or citrus products due to life-threatening allergies among our community members.

Accessibility & Special Performances

Accessible and companion seating seating available. Please contact our ticket team at 978-264-8150 for more information.

All performances are open captioned.

Assisted listening devices available for all performances include telecoil enabled neck loops, over the ear headsets and earbuds. Patrons may also bring their own mono headsets.

Family bathrooms are available during the performances.

Open Door is proud to offer special performances:

  • Sensory/Autism-Friendly
  • ASL-interpreted
  • Audio-described

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Open Door is proud to be part of the MCCS EBT card to culture program offering families with EBT cards discounted admission. Please call our ticket team at 978-264-8150 to take advantage of this program.