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Blood on the Tracks: A Disability Culture Cabaret

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Access Living’s Arts & Culture Project presents Blood on the Tracks: A Disability Culture Cabaret. The evening includes comedy, drama, poetry, stories and more, with performances by a diverse group of local artists with disabilities. Featuring Mike Ervin, Rahnee Patrick, Pennie Brinson, Carrie Kaufman, Bartholomew Thomas, Laurence Clark, Riva Lehrer, Rob Rotman and Beth Finke. Emceed by Susan Nussbaum.


Recorded Friday, September 24, 2010 at Access Living.

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