Rhythm Bath is an immersive and inclusive dance performance-installation by choreographer Susan Marshall and Tony Award-winning designer Mimi Lien, created in conversation and collaboration with The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University and members of the neurodiverse community. Traditional performance-viewing rules often demand that audiences are seated, quiet and still - requirements that exclude many neurodiverse people and others. What if these rules were reimagined? Rhythm Bath builds on Marshall's 30+ years of dance-making and is informed by her life with her adult autistic son. Conceived in consultation with neurodiverse advisors and audiences, Rhythm Bath seeks to offer an inviting space connecting audiences and performers via rhythm and synchronous movement and further aims to create a level playing field in which a certain way of being in - or controlling - one's body is not privileged.