In this theater publicity image released by The O&M Co., a scene is shown from "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark," in New York. The first-ever autism-friendly performance of the Broadway hit “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” will swing this spring and tickets go on sale Thursday. The Theatre Development Fund, a nonprofit organization that provides access to live theater, bought all the tickets for the matinee on April 27 at the Foxwoods Theatre and will offer them at a discount to children and adults on the autism spectrum. (AP Photo/The O&M Co., Jacob Cohl)

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In this theater publicity image released by The O&M Co., a scene is shown from "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark," in New York. The first-ever autism-friendly performance of the Broadway hit “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” will swing this spring and tickets go on sale Thursday. The Theatre Development Fund, a nonprofit organization that provides access to live theater, bought all the tickets for the matinee on April 27 at the Foxwoods Theatre and will offer them at a discount to children and adults on the autism spectrum.  (AP Photo/The O&M Co., Jacob Cohl)
In this theater publicity image released by The O&M Co., a scene is shown from "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark," in New York. The first-ever autism-friendly performance of the Broadway hit “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” will swing this spring and tickets go on sale Thursday. The Theatre Development Fund, a nonprofit organization that provides access to live theater, bought all the tickets for the matinee on April 27 at the Foxwoods Theatre and will offer them at a discount to children and adults on the autism spectrum. (AP Photo/The O&M Co., Jacob Cohl)
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