In honor of Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion Month, we are so excited to welcome Tellin’ Tales, a Chicago-based theater company. Three seasoned solo performers share personal vignettes based on their real-life stories about living with a disability. The result is a beautiful message of independence and the power of dealing with the world on their own terms. Funny as well as touching, these stories will change the way you think about disability. Please join us for this 60-minute performance that includes a question and answer session. Click here for a sneak peak at one of the performers.
Organized by the Beth Emet Inclusion Committee
Non-Beth Emet Members Register Here
Beth Emet Members Register Here
Tellin’ Tales exists to create a bridge between children and adults with disabilities and those without disabilities through the nurturing and innovative performances of people’s personal stories. This is achieved through mentoring and collaboration. A key goal is to bring together diverse populations all the while helping them to recognize commonalities and build a strong sense of community in Chicago.
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