St. Lawrence NYSARC's Actors and Dancers Present Performance for the Entire Family

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – St. Lawrence NYSARC, a private, non-profit corporation dedicated to working for and with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, announced that tickets are now available for “An Evening of Acting and Movement,” which will be held on Saturday, November 16, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at SUNY Potsdam’s Dunn Theater. The event highlights a variety of family-friendly acts including, comedic theater, jazz dance, tap dance, and line dance. This show is presented by the Agency’s Community Arts Program and sponsored by SUNY Potsdam’s Drama Department, The Wilder Foundation, Playscripts, Inc., the Corning Incorporated Foundation, and the family of Mary Wilson.

In the acting portion of the Evening, the Community Players will demonstrate their acting skills with a variety of comedic skits; as well as perform the one-act comedy, “Seasons” by Dave Moberg. The play explores the mad-cap happenings and family disarray during the holidays.

The movement part of the show will feature tap, jazz and line dances highlighting pop and country music from nearly every decade. The Community Dancers perform in partnership with Jane Dubray of Gotta Dance Studio in Massena.

Tickets for The Annual Arts Showcase cost $5.00 for adults, $4.00 for students, and children five and under for $2.00. For more information, please call (315) 386-3529 or email
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About St. Lawrence NYSARC:
St. Lawrence NYSARC exists as a non-profit membership association dedicated to full inclusion and integration for persons with intellectual and other developmental disabilities within our communities. The Agency’s mission is to offer individuals and their families an opportunity to achieve self-determined goals and provide life-long learning opportunities.

Michelle Quinell-Gayle
Assistant Executive Director of Community Relations
St. Lawrence NYSARC

November 11, 2013