Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Canadian teen wins CEC award for play about life with autism

Stephen Booth, 18, who has autism, has won a CEC award for writing a play meant to explain his disorder. His drama "Autism ... It's My Life" is "a firsthand account of a young person speaking to young people. So it's accessible. And it's contemporary," said John Nabben, head of the drama department at a community arts center, who helped Booth with the play. The Windsor Star (Ontario)

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