Activist Psarah Johnson has been living with a disability and chronic pain for her entire life. She will be sharing her journey of hardship and hope in her theatrical piece of poems and stories, at The Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival.

People with Disabilities constitute an under-represented group when it comes to live theatre.  Audiences were thrilled when Ali Stroker made history as the first wheelchair user to ever win a Tony Award for her stellar performance in OKLAHOMA.  The rarity of roles for People with Disabilities needs to change.  The WTC Black Box, which houses groups such as Wasatch Theatre Company and New World Shakespeare, is committed to doing just that starting with MATCHSTICK THEORY by activist Psarah Johnson at this year's Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival.  Come hear Psarah share her perspective on life through her stories and poetry.  You will certainly walk away more empathetic to what it might be like to walk in Psarah's shoes.

https://www.nowplayingutah.com/event/matchstick-t
  • August 11, 2019 at 6pm – 7pm
  • Wasatch Theatre Company
    124 S 400 West
    Salt Lake City, UT 84101
    United States
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  • Matchstick Theory
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