My son likes numbers... In Kindergarten, he was adding and subtracting in the millions place. At age five, he could do things with numbers, most of the 5th grade children I taught could never think about doing.
This play is about all those children, the reasons why some get left behind and why test scores never tell the whole story. Two years ago, with the support of The INKubator play series, GENERATION RESCUE and good friends (thank you, Les Williams and Rich Embardo!) this play saw its initial performance in LA. Originally directed by Paul Stein at the Skylight Theater, it played at three theaters for over a year and now I am so happy to be performing it in New York (and points north!) Co-produced by Kate Palmer and Jaz Dorsey here in New York, the play is serving as a fundraiser for G.R.A.S.P. (Global and Regional Asperger's Partnership) on July 15th (BSP Theater/Kingston, NY) and 16th (New Theater at 45th Street). For more information on the show and tickets, please click here.