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Get ready for a swashbuckling adventure with Creative Movement Practices production of Treasure Island! Tickets are now on sale for this exciting show that is fun for the whole family. Join us as we sail the high seas with Long John Silver, Jem Hawkins, and a host of other colorful characters in this classic tale of pirates and buried treasure.

Don't miss out on this thrilling production that is sure to entertain and delight audiences of all ages. Get your tickets now and embark on a journey filled with action, suspense, and plenty of laughs. Grab your eye patch and parrot, and join us for an unforgettable theatrical experience with Treasure Island!

Treasure Island runs August 9-25th @ the MATCH.

Q: What does Family Encouraged mean?

Experience Treasure Island in a way that suits your preferences with our diverse show offerings! While all performances will tell the same thrilling story of pirates and treasure, we have tailored our shows to cater to different age groups and needs.


Our evening shows are perfect for older audiences (13+) who are ready to dive into the adventure of Treasure Island with the author’s darker themes of piracy and excessive use of rum intact.


For those with younger ones (ages 5 and up), our matinee performances offer a family-friendly experience that is the same story, but some scenes adapted slightly to make the story suitable for a younger audience.

Additionally, we are proud to offer a special sensory-friendly performance on August 17th. This show is designed to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for those with sensory sensitivities or anyone who may benefit from additional accommodations.

No matter which performance you choose, you'll be sure to enjoy the timeless tale of Treasure Island in a way that is perfect for you and your family. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to experience the magic of live theatre!

Q: What is a Sensory Friendly Performance?

A sensory friendly performance is simply that. Our designers will edit sound cues to be softer. The thunder will not boom so loud, the gunshots for the fired pistols will be replaced with a less realistic/loud sound. The background sound will be off or turned down. Simultaneously, our lighting will also be less intense. The house lights will always be up just a little bit so that there are no true blackouts, and the flashes of lightning will be gone or less intense. 

Our actors will also work to keep the story intact but soften some of the "abrupt" moments of the show, and decrease volume of their yells and loud scenes so that those with younger kids or sensitive hearing won't spend the entire show with their hands over their ears. 

Q: I am neurodivergent, and do not need a sensory friendly performance, but want a safe space to stim and be myself - am I welcome here? 

Abso-freaking-lutely! Many theatre artists are fellow neurodivergent people, it is why we live in a land of make-believe and storytelling. Our space is welcome for you! We encourage those who need stimming to stay seated to bring what you need to regulate your sensory input! If you are worried that your devise may be distracting or pull focus from other audience members, we simply ask that you sit on the top row of the theatre (which we promise is still super close to all of the action!)

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