The Hattie Larlham Creative Arts Program gives profoundly disabled artists a hand and a voice, letting them create art without the focus of their limitations. These are artists who refuse to be defined by their disabilities, but rather by what they can achieve.
This annual program includes the Cleveland Premiere of "House of Sparrows" by GroundWorks Artistic Director David Shimotakahara in collaborations with Aeolus Quartet, Steven Sowden and Nic Petry. Also, the Cleveland Premiere of "The Rub" by San Francisco-based choreographer Robert Moses, and "Current Frame" by GroundWorks Artistic Associate Amy Miller.
Following the record-setting success of The Producers, Mel Brooks has once again channeled his madcap comedy with his musical adaptation of Young Frankenstein. A parody of horror films, the musical follows the frantic exploits of the original mad scientist's grandson, Frederick Frankenstein, as he transforms from a respected college professor to a creature-creating insane genius--singing and dancing along the way!