Press Release: The Process

Unique Productions (UP!) News Release

Press Contact:
Aimee Levesque, Co-Founder and Artistic Director, UP!
(716) 573-9106; uniqueproductionsup@gmail.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

UNIQUE PRODUCTIONS (UP!) IN COLLABORATION WITH UJIMA COMPANY, INC. PRESENTS
THE PROCESS

Unique Productions (UP!) in collaboration with Ujima Company, Inc. proudly announces the Western New York premiere of The Process; a play that is part whimsical, part reality and shows how a small group of writers, some with disabilities, come to process a full length play and how writing stories reveals what they wish would happen.

The Process opens on Thursday, November 13, 2014 and runs through Sunday, November 23, 2014. Individual tickets are $15 and can be purchased online at https://www.facebook.com/productionsunique/app_208195102528120 or via email at uniqueproductionsup@gmail.com.

Written by Aimee Levesque, Keller Vogelsang, Robert Bach, Wanda Wilson, and Maria Laurendi and directed by Beth Geyer, The Process attempts to address the following questions: Is a spoon better than a fork? Can a person using a wheelchair be a dancer? Can a play about overcoming the odds with unexpected twists and turns teach us lifelong lessons? Can a lovable teddy bear offer up imagination? Attend one (or all!) of our performances to get the answers!!!
Pre-purchased tickets and reservations are highly recommended. For more information, visit http://uniqueproductionsup.com.

About Unique Productions (UP!):

Formed in December 2013 by Aimee Levesque, Beth Geyer, and Vienna Laurendi Haak, Unique Productions (UP!) is a unique company of artists that aspires to promote community integration through the arts. UP! is dedicated to providing a venue where persons of all levels of ability can learn and express themselves through art, playwriting, and acting.

UP! is comprised of aspiring and/or working playwrights and actors who have an interest in giving voice to persons with disabilities and in changing cultural perceptions of what it means to be a person with disabilities in today’s world.

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