Brio Integrated Theatre and Lesley University Graduate Student Association presents the US Premiere one act play that explores the impact of living with a disability.
This dramatic one act play by Joseph Sorrentino gives you a rare glimpse into a family who has a child with a disability. You, as the interviewer, will hear of the multi-faceted journey of Nancy, a 24 year old woman with a developmental disability, and her parents, Ann and Don. This compelling story derives from interviews of 8 families who had an adult child with disabilities.
May 17th, Thursday
performance starts at 7:30PM
6:30PM – Reception with light refreshments
Admission price : Free for Lesley University Graduate students w/student ID and for others we are suggesting donation of $10
Performance will be followed by a Q&A with the writer and actors.
Starring: Bob Sheehy, Kerry Patenaude, Erin MacArthur
Directed by Sahar Ahmed
Assistant Director: Margo Attaya
Event Manager: Salwa Galal
Production Assistant: Sara Hinlian
Lesley University Washburn Hall Auditorium
10 Phillips Place, Brattle Campus, Cambridge MA
Joseph Sorrentino is playwright, freelance journalist and photographer. His published plays include, “Louis’ Lottery”, “The Gavones of Philadelphia” and “Headin’ South,” He has also published 17 ten-minute plays known collectively as “The Frankenharry Plays,” which have been produced all over the US and in several other countries. As a journalist and documentary photographer, he has written about and photographed social issues for over 30 years. He currently lives in Albuquerque, NM.