When Joey Watson was born, his mom, Pat Farmer, saw a sweet, chubby-faced little boy. Only the small hole in his scalp and the extra finger on each of his hands gave the outward impression that there might be a problem.
She was lost when, just a few days after he was born, doctors told her that her son Joey was born with Trisomy 13, a chromosomal disorder that causes babies to have a limited life span. (read more)
Looking up at the stage, it’s easy to get lost in early 19th-century London, filled with beggars, women of ill repute and criminals.
And that’s exactly what the actors on the stage during Idaho State University’s Threepenny Opera want — an audience that experiences the story without thinking about the hundreds of hours of work that happens behind-the-scenes. (read more)
With 2010 being the Year of the Tiger, an interview with Benny the Bengal seemed appropriate. Enjoy this glimpse into the mind of a champion. (read more)