‘The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Night Time Sheds Light on Being Different’ 

Posted: June 8, 2015 by AMCPress And Co in advocacy, Award Shows, Broadway, Defying Odds, Disability Awareness, Disability Issues, Disability News, Uncategorized
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We know that they’re different series and plays that make an impact on many people in the world last night on the Tony Awards The Curious Incident of The Dog in The Nighttime won 5 awards which brings up a discussion about disabilities and feeling like you are misunderstood. This show is one show that you should see if you haven’t already saw it. 

I feel like the show gives a view into people’s lives who have Autism. I myself have Autism it isn’t anything bad it is a different way of learning. The play gives the audience a view into what the struggles are for people who have the disability. This is one show you should definitely go and see. Simon Stephens adapted the book into a play and it was beautifully done and it shows that anything is possible. This can be a game changer for the entertainment industry. I’m looking at this from the prospective of having a learning disability which I knew from a young age I was different and it’s okay to be different. This show gives so much hope to those in the world who are different and are wanting to be accepted in the world.  

Last night on the Tony’s Alex Sharp speech was beautifully done and so empowering for those who are misunderstood.  This play will bring you into the world of the main character of the play who has Autism. This is one play that will lead to more focus on disabilities especially when there are so many sterotypes out there about disabilities no matter what disability you may have. There’re are so many people out there in the world who feel misunderstood. This play will leave you feeling like you can do anything and all things are possible.  If you haven’t seen The Curious Incident of a Dog in The Night Time please check it out. I highly recommend it. 

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