Show#224 Interview With Susan Berardi who is a Playwright, Producer of The The Violinist

 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, (Playwright, Producer) This is Susan's third original script and production for Action for Autism. She has been published in The New York Times and won the St. Louis Writers' Guild Short Story award. When she's not writing, she works as an independent leadership and strategy consultant and runs a charity, Soul Potential, which provides enrichment opportunities for inner city youth. Susan lives in St. Louis with her husband Alan and three amazing boys, one of whom has autism.

The Violinist August 8-10 Gaslight Theatre, St. Louis 100% of proceeds benefit Action for Autism Original play By popular demand, The Violinist returns to St. Louis with an all new plot, cast and crew. Written by the mother of a child with autism, the story of Thomas, a 13-year-old boy with autism, takes audiences on a thrill ride of deception and murder, as a young boy must overcome all the odds to bring down the dangerous villains pursuing him. From award-winning director, Kirsten Wilder, The Violinist combines inspiration, humor and intrigue to shine new light on the face of autism. A live string quartet will play an all new musical score with a cool new song written by Hollywood composer, Bryan Arata (Spiderman 3, Live Free or Die Hard and Shooter) (attached). Famed sculptor Harry Weber (Chuck Berry statue, Cardinals Plaza of Champions Series) donated original artwork for the event (attached). http://www.thevioliniststl.org/


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By popular demand, The Violinist returns to St. Louis. The story of Thomas, a 13-year-old boy with autism, takes audiences on a thrill ride of deception and murder, as a young boy must overcome all the odds to bring down the dangerous villains pursuing him.

The tale begins with the mysterious death of Dr. Neal Asher, famed neurobiologist on the verge of a medical breakthrough for autism. With his keen sense of observation and annoying persistence, Thomas uncovers the clues Dr. Asher left behind. As he gets closer to finding the killer, powerful forces at the hospital and in politics form unlikely alliances to stop him. In the end, Thomas must bury his fears and muster the courage he never knew he had to save himself and his family.

Directed by Kirsten Wilder, with an all new plot, cast and crew, The Violinist combines inspiration, humor and intrigue to shine new light on the face of autism. A live string quartet will play an all new musical score with a cool new song written by L.A. composer, Brian Arata (credits include Spiderman 3, Live Free or Die Hard and Shooter). Don't miss the opportunity to be part of this wondrous experience.

All proceeds go directly to local charity, Action for Autism.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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