300 Campus Dr
Bradford, PA 16701
The one-act show, which features the talents of people of all abilities, will be staged at 2 p.m. June 3 at the Bromeley Family Theater at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. General admission for the 75-minute show is $5 with proceeds to offset costs incurred by sponsor Bradford Little Theatre (BLT). Proceeds will also benefit local charities chosen by the staff.
Tickets are now for sale at Graham Florist and Togi’s Restaurant. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door before the show.
A meet-the-cast gathering will be held in the lobby after the show.
Director Kristin Asinger said she was inspired to stage a show that has a number of adults with disabilities, as well as some school groups, as this provides an opportunity for these groups to entertain.
“About a year and a half ago, Chris Lathrop (a talented actor who works at Futures Rehabilitation Center) said he wanted to do a show with people who have special needs and are not normally in the spotlight,” Asinger recalled. In the 18 months since then, the show has developed into just that, but also has morphed into show that comprises “all ages and all abilities.