Show#136 Interview with Susan Berardi

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 On Monday night at 8pm, be sure to tune in for our newest episode of Hope Saves the Day on Autism Radio.Tonight's Interview  with Susan Berardi who is a Mom to a Child with Autism Who has found a way to showcase his talents and opening the door for many others to show case there's  by using Music and Acting. Here is some information about the Organization she is raising money for called Action for Autism but they are doing a dinner play called "Tony and Liz Tie the Knot" which features several individuals who have autism who are involved. I think we could push for a show to focus on how the arts can truly help individuals with autism progress.

 Inspired by the interactive theater of “Tony & Tina's Wedding,” Susan Berardi and Vanessa Roman are back at it with a show that evokes an Italian-American wedding on the Hill. The first act, the wedding, takes place at the Gaslight; the second act moves next door to the Eleven for the reception. St. Louis restaurateurs, bakeries, florists, designers and DJs are providing their services for the show, a fundraiser for Action for Autism. Co-authors Berardi and Roman, who created “The Violinist” last year, both are mothers of autistic children, a syndrome that some of the actors also have; Roman directs. Different Italian restaurants provide the meal for guests (also known as the audience) on each night of the show. Visit to check out the catering schedule. BY JUDITH NEWMARK

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