How to Dance

If you haven’t heard about the Broadway musical How to Dance in Ohio, I’m here to help.

The show is based on a true story. It stars seven autistic young actors and follows them and their families as they prepare for a spring formal dance in Columbus, Ohio. It’s been getting rave reviews, and its director and one of its stars are Westchester County (New York) natives.

It also has what’s called an Education Outreach Coordinator. Taylor Janney-Rovin’s job is to get the word out to students, educators, and families. He recently sent out a release with some great ways to get tickets:

  • Group sales: The show is partnering with Broadway Inbound to bring groups (10 or more people) to the theater, and you can find more details about the group sales here. Broadway Inbound can also answer questions such as how to work within your budget should prices be inaccessible.

  • Families can also take advantage of the “Buy 3, Get 1 Free” holiday sale to buy tickets online using the code HOLIDAY4 here. (Valid through 1/2/24).

  • Students and educators can use the code AMIGO to unlock discounted tickets for performances through 2/25/24. Just follow these steps:

  1. Go to
  2. Enter the promo code AMIGO
  3. Click “Find Tickets”
  4. Select your show time & date
  5. Choose your seats
If you want to learn more about the show, Janney-Rovin suggests you check out these links:
  • Engage with the More to Talk About series where you can find conversations among the show’s creative team and greater community about disability activism and allyship.

  • Check out this Resources Page to further your learning about autism and our in-theater accessibility offerings.

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