Dramability Works! Performs “Behind the Mask”

Dramability Works! Performs “Behind the Mask”

Dramability Works!460159_185115941604093_1376642758_o is a group of young adults with cognitive disabilities and incredible talent! They will be performing their own written and interpreted production of a play called “Behind the Mask” this Friday, May 27 at 7 pm. The production will take place at Grace Lutheran Church on the corner of Queen and James Streets.

This particular show will begin with several variety pieces and will conclude with a Dramability Works! music video, directed and acted out by the group.

Admission is free, but donations are accepted. Free parking is available at the former YMCA center on Queen Street. Enter the doors near the playground and go to the garden level to enjoy an evening supporting a great group of young, talented individuals.

Emily Truman, a Millersville graduate with a degree in Psychology, has edited nursing textbooks for almost 5 years. She has been editing for FLL since the working stages of Issue 32. Aside from editing work, Emily also makes pies with unique fillings and flavor combinations, as well as repurposed clothing and jewelry. She loves spending quality time with friends, her family, and her bulldog Ozzy.