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Reminder: FREE LIVE WEBSTREAM of "A Fierce Kind of Love" Reading & Discussion Tonight 3/18 7-9pm EDT
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- Subject: Reminder: FREE LIVE WEBSTREAM of "A Fierce Kind of Love" Reading & Discussion Tonight 3/18 7-9pm EDT
- Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2013 12:54:09 -0400
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Just a reminder about this unique FREE Live Webstream event taking place tonight, Monday March 18th from 7-9pm EDT. Please share with anyone interested in your communities. Thank you.
A Fierce Kind of Love: A new play by Suli Holum, Directed by David Bradley Reading & Discussion
Date/Time: Monday March 18, 2013 ~ 7 - 9pm (Reading 7 - 8pm Discussion 8 - 9pm)
Where: Available for onsite viewing in two locations: The University of Pittsburgh and at the Neighborhood House at Christ Church in Philadelphia. If you are interested in attending this free event onsite, please contact Temple's Institute on Disabilities at 215.204.1356 (voice) 215.204.1805 (tty). Space is limited. Reading will be CART captioned American Sign Language interpreted (at local host sites).
A FREE LIVE WEBSTREAM will also be available of the entire event including the live reading and interactive discussion.
The live webstream will be available starting 15 minutes before the event begins at http://video.magpi.net/. Send in questions/comments via twitter using hashtag #FierceKindofLove.
About A Fierce Kind of Love
In the 1950’s, parents were pressured to institutionalize their children with disabilities. Those who kept their children at home often experienced isolation. But a generation of parents, particularly mothers, demanded more for their children and for themselves. A Fierce Kind of Love tells the story of these accidental warriors, their children, and the generations who followed them.
The Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, in a special collaboration with playwright Suli Holum and director David Bradley, brings these stories to the public for the first time. At this first public showing, you’ll hear performers read the script and have a chance to talk about the play, its themes, and its ongoing development.
Visionary Voices Performs is supported by a grant from The Heritage Philadelphia Program, The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage to the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University.
Visionary Voices Website: http://www.disabilities.temple.edu/voices/
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- Reminder: FREE LIVE WEBSTREAM of "A Fierce Kind of Love" Reading & Discussion Tonight 3/18 7-9pm EDT, Jennifer Oxenford, 03/18/2013
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