Kelvin Moon Loh wrote a letter defending an autistic child who shouted during a performance of The King and I on Broadway. During an intense whipping scene that apparently was put in the play for the sole purpose of making children cry, an autistic child screamed loudly, and had to be taken out of the theater by his mother. Other audience members were angry. They did after all spend $6,000 to see live theater (it is expensive to see a Broadway play).

Kelvin had a message for those angry viewers and for anyone with autism who wants to see the show.

Sources: h/t Redbook | Kelvin Moon Loh