Shannon DeVido in “The Healing” at the Clurman Theater in New York. Presented by Theater Breaking Through Barriers, a company dedicated to promoting the work of artists with disabilities, it is a moving, beautifully acted new drama by Samuel D. Hunter about friends gathering to mourn a woman who took her own life.
Shannon DeVido in “The Healing” at the Clurman Theater in New York. Presented by Theater Breaking Through Barriers, a company dedicated to promoting the work of artists with disabilities, it is a moving, beautifully acted new drama by Samuel D. Hunter about friends gathering to mourn a woman who took her own life. Sara Krulwich The New York Times
Shannon DeVido in “The Healing” at the Clurman Theater in New York. Presented by Theater Breaking Through Barriers, a company dedicated to promoting the work of artists with disabilities, it is a moving, beautifully acted new drama by Samuel D. Hunter about friends gathering to mourn a woman who took her own life. Sara Krulwich The New York Times
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