Students with, without disabilities mark 30-year dramatic tradition

04/25/2012 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Children from the Germantown Friends School in Pennsylvania and a local school for students with disabilities are part of a joint production of "Something Magical," an annual tradition that began 30 years ago by a GFS teacher. This year, the students have worked together for six months learning lines, songs and choreography for the dramatic production of an original play to debut Saturday.

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