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Theatre Three presents Self Injurious Behavior

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For anyone who has cared for a child with ASD it can be all-consuming and exhausting. In this very personal account of a woman’s struggle to raise her autistic son, we are reminded that life never turns out the way you plan it. Through every effort to do what is best for her son, she discovers that loss, sacrifice and little leaps of faith can lead to the life that maybe you didn’t plan, but the life you love.

Performances will be in the Theatre Too space.

For anyone who has cared for a child with ASD it can be all-consuming and exhausting. In this very personal account of a woman’s struggle to raise her autistic son, we are reminded that life never turns out the way you plan it. Through every effort to do what is best for her son, she discovers that loss, sacrifice and little leaps of faith can lead to the life that maybe you didn’t plan, but the life you love.

Performances will be in the Theatre Too space.

For anyone who has cared for a child with ASD it can be all-consuming and exhausting. In this very personal account of a woman’s struggle to raise her autistic son, we are reminded that life never turns out the way you plan it. Through every effort to do what is best for her son, she discovers that loss, sacrifice and little leaps of faith can lead to the life that maybe you didn’t plan, but the life you love.

Performances will be in the Theatre Too space.

WHEN

WHERE

Theatre Three
2800 Routh St.
Dallas, TX 75201
http://theatre3dallas.com/

TICKET INFO

$10-$50
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