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Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, College of Education

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In December of 2012, actors and non-actors with intellectual disabilities will come together to work from text inspired by Visionary Voices Interviews, and Listening Sessions with parents and siblings of people with Intellectual Disabilities, advocates, and self-advocates.

In February of 2013, a second actors' workshop will be followed by a private reading of "A Fierce Kind of Love."

Written by Suli Holum. Directed by David Bradley.

Join us for a staged reading of "A Fierce Kind of Love" written by Suli Holum, and directed by David Bradley. After the reading, be a part of a facilitated discussion with our cast, creative team, and audience members. Tell us what you think! Audience members will be invited to share their impressions of the work-in-progress on our Town Hall Wall.

Free event | CART captioned

Can't make it to the Neighborhood House? Watch the reading and join the discussion via a live broadcast at University of Pittsburgh.

Free event | CART captioned

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Visionary Voices Performs is funded by Heritage Philadelphia Program, The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.
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