Howard County Arts Council & No Boundaries to Present 'HOW TO SUCCEED,' 5/30-6/1
The No Boundaries theatre troupe, in cooperation with the Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks and the Howard County Arts Council, will present How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, the classic musical satire of corporate life and office politics.
The No Boundaries theatre troupe provides a means of creative expression for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The group has been performing since 1997, presenting a Broadway show each year that gives every participant the opportunity to sing, dance, and act in front of an audience. The performers and volunteers spend eight months preparing for the show, attending weekly rehearsals at the Howard County Center for the Arts' black box theatre. No Boundaries has grown into a group of participants who socialize outside of the rehearsals and enjoy community theatre together as well as bus trips to see shows on Broadway. Their Howie Award-winning director, Wayne Larrivey, has based the program on a barrier-free philosophy where individuals with disabilities can come together and pursue artistic endeavors in a completely accessible environment.
Show dates are Friday, May 30 and Saturday, May 31 at 7 p.m., and Sunday, June 1 at 2 p.m. at the Howard County Center for the Arts' black box theatre. Seating is limited, with tickets available through the performers.