“Noah’s Ark” Program at the Sterling Civic Theater Helps Children with Disabilities Perform on Stage

sterling civic theater logo The Sterling Civic Theater in Macomb County, Michigan is helping adults and children with developmental disabilities and cognitive impairments have a chance to perform on stage. Their “Noah’s Ark” program aims to help the theater become more inclusive, emphasizing that participants will have the opportunity to act, dance, sing, usher in guests, design sets and handle lighting, regardless of their needs. The program adjusts the performance to the specific needs of cast members, and is currently slated to present a stage production of The Little Mermaid this upcoming weekend.

Read more about the Noah’s Ark program at WDET 101.9 and at the Sterling Civic Theater main website.

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