Potential Triggers

A List of Stimuli for Parents to Consider Before Attending the Fulton Theatre

By providing this list of stimuli, we hope to help you create an environment that supports a positive response.   Please note stimuli that prompt a negative responses on your ticket reservation form.  Reserve now!

  • Echoes in our front lobby
  • Large Groups of People:  This includes people sitting in close proximity and walking/passing over others to get to take a seat.
  • Light Changes:  dark to light
  • Loud Instrumentation.  For example, marching bands, guitars and drums.
  • Screaming and Loud Singing
  • Reality and Fantasy Challenges.  This may include dream sequences, echoes, heightened worlds, and/or weird or dissonant voices and music.
  • Fainting and Death
  • Alarm Sounds
  • Wigs and Hats
  • Bubble Machine
  • Full Body Puppet Costumes: dragons, butterflies, birds, and bees
  • Loud Dancing.  For example, tapping.
  • Strobing Lights
  • People in Skin-Colored Costumes.  For example, pink and red skin.
  • Smells