May 2000
Mothering;May/Jun2000, Issue 100, p32
Focuses on the organization of the professional theater training for disabled people by the nonprofit organization National Theater Workshop of the Handicapped Inc. in the United States. Classes offered; Application of theater communication skills to the workplace; Award received by the founder and artistic director of the organization.


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