Every person is intelligent and has an ABLE IMAGINATION. What makes each person unique is the way a person thinks and uses his or her imagination.
Because of the wide range of challenges faced by children with disabilities, it is understandable that developing physical, emotional and psychological growth must be a parent’s primary concern. Theatre not only provides “quality of life experiences” for severely challenged and lower functioning children but also stimulate, motivate and create relationships between the artists, the participants and the audience.
Without making decisions it is impossible to grow. Making decisions creates tension and excitement, and a change from the bland experiences which make up a routine of many people with special needs. To cause something, to make something happen, these could be new experiences provided by presenting a performance – and these experiences happen from both the audience and performance angle.