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Facing Project- Facing Autism; The Monologues- Tonight @ Muncie Civic Theatre

Something exciting is happening in Muncie this evening.

Founded by J.R. Jamison-Pippin and Kelsey Timmerman, the “Facing Project”  and Interlock-East Central Indiana, is hosting an event (free to the public)  “Facing Autism; The Monologues” at the Muncie Civic Theatre-downtown Muncie- tonight, Nov. 2nd, 2013- at 6pm.
Facing Project/Facing Autism comes to Muncie Civic Theatre Nov 2nd, 2013-

Facing Project/Facing Autism comes to Muncie Civic Theatre Nov 2nd, 2013-

Photo courtesy of Hillcroft

At this event…..
3,000 copies of the publication Facing Project’s  “Facing Autism” will begin to be distributed.  Within this publication are families’ personal stories shared through the narratives of local writers, a compilation of photographs provided by creative professionals Kira Childers and Aimee Fant, and valuable information about service providers within East Central Indiana.
Muncie’s Mayor Tyler will be delivering his own personal story and will be making a special announcement. 
A series of compelling monologues and two performances will be delivered by the “Prism Project”  
Pay Attention, Carter’s Story 
Tackle, Chad’s Story 
Being the Key, Lisa’s Story 
Journeying from Disbelief to Acceptance, Annie’s Story 
Home Plate, Dennis’s Story 
Ask, Dana’s Story
Drive, Marie’s Story 
Healing is Believing, Angela’s Story
Blue Dragon Avatar, Brian’s Poem
To learn more about this event- Please visit
Co-Founder J.R. Jamison-Pippin writes: “Civic holds 396, and our goal to pack to the house.
Photograph- Aimee Fant, Oct. 5th- Facing Autism Family- Oct. 5th 2013
Photograph: Aimee Fant- Oct. 5th, 2013- Facing Autism

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