Radical autonomy: ON pleasure, PLAY, and independence

on Thursday, January 25th at 2pm est in nyc

How to Dance in Ohio, the highly anticipated new Broadway musical, follows the coming-of-age journey of seven autistic young adults preparing for a spring formal dance — better known as a young person’s right of passage into love, stress, and independence.  Inspired by the events and themes within the heart-filled new musical How To Dance in Ohio, join us for a candid conversation on how Disabled artists and storytellers are navigating pleasure, play, independence, desire, and radical self-love that transforms into community care. 

Scheduled panelists include Cast Members Imani Russell (Mel), Madison Kopec (Marideth), Multimodal Artist and Writer Jezz Chung, and Autism Sexuality Advocate Amy Gravino with host Andrea Ambam from Level Forward's MORE TO TALK ABOUT.  

This live recording of this conversation will be held in person at a venue in Manhattan in the Flatiron District - RSVP is required, as capacity is limited. Address to be shared upon confirmation of your RSVP. Be on the lookout for an email from confirming your reservation and with details.

On-demand virtual replay of the conversation will be available shortly after the event at No password or reservation will be required to view the recording.
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