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Special Abilities Showcase draws a large crowd

The Historic Owen Theatre was packed last weekend when some special performers took the stage.

On April 27 and 28, the Historic Owen Theatre in downtown Branson hosted the second annual Special Abilities Showcase.

The action-packed showcase featured a cast of performers—all with special abilities—showcasing their talents to family and friends.

The special performers, each of whom has a developmental disability, did not let their situations stop them from living their dreams of singing, dancing, performing comedy and entertaining the audience. Nearly 40 entertainers took the stage over the two-night showcase, directed by Kyle Blanchard of the Branson Regional Arts Council.

The Showcase, a joint effort between Barnabas Prep and the Branson Regional Arts Council, was held in celebration of Autism Acceptance Month.

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