domingo, 19 de outubro de 2014

A quieter, calmer ‘Lion King’ thrills autistic audience

(...)Ryan Kearney’s mom was thrilled when she snagged tickets to see “The Lion King” at the Boston Opera House last Saturday, and not just because it’s the most successful box office hit in history.
Ryan, 15, is autistic, nonverbal, and lives at a school in Andover. It can be a challenge just to get him into the car. Outings are rare. So the thought of taking him to a live performance — without worry — left his mother in tears. And it left Ryan smiling and swaying, uncharacteristically, during the crowd-pleasing “Hakuna Matata” and other numbers. (...) Continua: http://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/style/2014/10/17/autistic-children-thrill-performance-the-lion-king/xAsyeieDqIaEo8cr0mjY2L/story.html

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