Thursday, November 05, 2009

Play showcases story of raising child with autism

"Autistic License" by Stacey Dinner-Levin will be the season opener for Harbor Light Stage's 2009-10 Bold Face Play Readings series.

A docudrama about raising a child who has autism is set to take the stage at a New Hampshire theater this weekend. "Autistic License," was written by Minnesota playwright Stacey Dinner-Levin who has a child with autism. "Theater humanizes issues. It puts a beating heart inside of facts," said the theater's creative director. The closing performance Sunday will be followed by a symposium that will include special educators. Foster's Daily Democrat (Dover, N.H.)

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