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How to Dance in Ohio

How to Dance in Ohio

The Child Mind Institute is partnering with a new musical now on Broadway! See it now before the final performance on February 11, 2024.

There is a saying that goes, “If you’ve met one autistic person, you’ve met one autistic person.” We’re excited that seven autistic actors have made their Broadway debut in leading roles alongside a stellar ensemble in How to Dance in Ohio.


How to Dance in Ohio is based on a true story and the Peabody Award-winning HBO documentary. It’s about seven autistic young adults preparing for a spring formal dance — a rite of passage that breaks open their routines and sets off hilarious and heartbreaking encounters.



This show features all different kinds of families, and we encourage you to bring yours! Accessibility is not just a plotline, but also a part of the production. You can read the perspective statement, find autism resources, and review the Belasco Theatre’s accessibility practices on the show’s website.

Autism Resources

Explore the Child Mind Institute’s guides and articles

Quick Guide to Autism Spectrum Disorder

This guide provides an overview of autism spectrum disorder, how it is diagnosed, and what treatment options are available.


Complete Guide to Autism

This guide provides a comprehensive look at autism, including its diversity, special issues affecting autistic kids, like picky eating and sensory issues, as well as different kinds of evidence-based interventions.


Why Do Black Children with Autism Get Diagnosed Late?

Exploring the many barriers faced by Black parents who seek early intervention for their child.


Why Many Autistic Girls are Overlooked

They often go undiagnosed because they don’t fit autism stereotypes and they mask symptoms better than boys do.


Going to College with Autism

With the right tools and preparation, college students with autism can continue to succeed.


Sharing an Autism Diagnosis With Family and Friends

Tips for explaining autism to family and close friends, to help them become effective allies.