Special Father’s Day Gifts

Wheat Ridge by | Jun 20, 2014 | autism, Barnes & Noble, Bill Clinton, bullies, Father's Day, gifts, Hillary Clinton, Hitler, Mr. Bill, presidents, salespeople, Shakespeare, strangers, the Holocaust, theater, twins

      Early last week our twins went into Barnes & Noble together to buy Father’s Day gifts after having a rare lunch together. Just the fact that Max and Sarah shared a meal alone together was in and of itself a gift.  Despite being twins, they are opposites in...

Disabilities on Center Stage

http://newtonandsons.com/akibakan/J25716JXw255m2041X/ by | Jul 5, 2013 | actors with disabilities, Asperger's Syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, Down's Syndrome, Gregg Mozgala, Lauren Potter, Marlee Matlin, Peter Dinklage, special needs, theater, Tourette's Syndrome

     On Sunday, June 30th The New York Times ran an article about a unique theatre company on the Lower East Side, Apothetae—named for the place where Spartans supposedly abandoned weak or disabled babies.  Founded by Gregg Mozgala, an actor with cerebral palsy,...

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