Actor Disrupted By Autistic Child, Vents His Anger On Facebook After The Audience Kick Off

By maks in Amazing On 4th October 2015


Kelvin Moon Loh is a Broadway performer and is currently in a show called The King and I. It was when he was performing in this that somebody started causing a commotion in the audience.

During a particularly intense whipping scene, an autistic boy in the audience started making some noise, presumably in discomfort. His mother tried her hardest to help him and take him out of the theater but he was holding onto the seat rail and making even more noise.

A bad enough situation as it is with the mother mortified and also saddened. But, on top of that, surrounding audience members started bad mouthing the two.


This made Kelvin Moon Loh furious and, once the performance was finished, he took to Facebook to write this

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And it would be an understatement to say that it was a very well-received message

It has nearly 100,000 likes and 30,000 shares. And the comments are just as reassuring!

#6 And he hopes they can read it too…

He's really setting the example of how we should all be. He wrote with a lot of passion there and he's right. Everyone should be able to enjoy the theater equally.