Adaptive Show Choir

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What is _____?: 

What is Adaptive Show Choir?

Volunteers are paired one-on-one with individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities to learn music and basic choreography together in preparation for a concert at the end of the semester. 


Volunteer Commitment: Volunteers must be able to commit to one full semester. During Fall and Winter there will be rehearsals every Tuesday from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm on campus. There will also be a dress rehearsal and a concert at the end of the semester.



Program Directors: 

Program Directors

Annie Allen
(602) 327-9330

Mon 3-4pm


Mackenzie Thomas

(208) 999-6683

Fri 11-12pm


Remington Butler

(480) 202-5124

Wed 10-11 am


Riley Richards

(801) 696-7493

Fri 9-10 am


Active Semesters

Fall   Winter






How do I get involved?: 

How do I get involved?

For Students:

Please email or text one of the directors or visit us during our office hours to learn more about signing up to volunteer!



For Parents:

Please email or text one of the directors to learn more about signing your child up to be a choir member!


Email if you have any other questions!




We had a couple choir members in wheel chairs last semester and one of them didn't always like to dance with us. One day, though, she planted herself between me and my partner, Sara, and it was so fun to hold her hand and dance and sing with her! She got so excited when we did, too, and just wouldn't stop grinning. It's amazing to see how music and dance affects people in the most positive ways and it's such a blessing to be a part of that! 

-Annie Allen (2018)