May is Stroke Awareness Month. 

Experience A LESSON IN SWIMMING as a radio play for FREE right now! 

A LESSON IN SWIMMING

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More than 750,000 Americans experience strokes each year. In 2015, writer and performer Michael Shutt survived three. This is his story.  

Hilarious and poignant, A Lesson In Swimming takes you inside Michael's brain as it “breaks” and invites you to experience how deep the cracks really go. Left partially blind, partially paralyzed, and partial to chocolate pudding, Michael sets out on a quest to put the pieces of his broken brain back together and ultimately discovers that what he first perceived to be broken, instead may actually have been cracked open.

This audio production of A Lesson in Swimming is produced by Plain Wood Productions, written and performed by Michael Shutt, directed and dramaturged by Diana Wyenn, and features sound design, music, and engineering by John Zalewski.

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"You’ll laugh, you’ll be moved, and you’ll learn so much about how to be brave. – Audience Member

We look forward to returning to the stage when it's safe to do so!

Until then, we hope you enjoy these photos by Mae Koo from our 2019 workshop production produced by Moving Arts.  

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