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Steve: Being There in the Beginning

Unified Theater may have started with a handful of kids in a choir room, but it quickly inspired others to join. Conard High School (West Hartford, CT) alum Steve Ferketic remembers going to the very first performance back in 2002.

Sammi: Process, Not Product

It’s all about the process...of uncovering a person for who they are, of helping someone to grow and change, and of creating a new group of friends. See how Sammi from Chapel Hill High School (Chapel Hill, NC) did it all during her time as a UT student leader.

Patrick: Lessons Learned and Lives Changed

Patrick (a senior at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School in Massachusetts) has loved every minute of his Unified Theater experience. It is one that he feels his school has been needing. At a UT event in Boston this past spring, he and other L-S students shared their enthusiasm for Unified Theater with Boston-area supporters. Click through to read what Patrick told them about his UT experience.

Lia and Mary: A Growing Friendship

It happened while dancing to "Call Me Maybe." A friendship. A friendship that grew out of a shared love for dancing, singing, and performing with people of all abilities. Lia and Mary met through Conard High School's Unified Theater program, but their friendship continues to grow long after rehearsals and shows.

Sarah: Earning Your Unified Theater T-Shirt Every Day

Sara, a student at Sedgwick Middle School in West Hartford, Connecticut, with her fellow student leaders led a group of over 100 students to have an amazingly fun time in their show, "Hollywood: Everyone's a Star." Though only in her second year of Unified Theater, it's clear Sara embodies what Unified Theater is all about. At the final curtain call, Sara gave a short speech & challenged us all to think about how we earn our Unified Theater t-shirt every day through our actions & words.

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