Have you been experiencing any nightmares lately? Struggling to fall asleep or stay asleep?? Well, I hate to break to you, but you’re not alone. There has been a malfunction with the dream machine! If you want to find out how this malfunction is having crazy effects on people at Bost, how we are trying to fix the dream machine, and even how we are trying to get some sleep in the meantime, then you will want attend on July 19th at 6 pm as ACTS at Bost presents THE BLACK OUT! This is a play written and performed by Bost Performers for the Fort Smith Community to enjoy.
ArTs at Bost is honored to partner with the Arkansas College of Health Education’s Occupational Therapy department to offer an ACTS (Acting Creates Therapeutic Success) Program at Bost.
Acting Creates Therapeutic Success (ACTS) is a community-based program designed to provide opportunities for engagement in the performing arts for individuals with all abilities while also encouraging occupational therapy students to understand the empowerment of human capabilities through the arts. ACTS provides opportunities for social participation, goal attainment, leisure pursuits, and community engagement. We have partnered with Dr. Jennifer Moore Dean of Arkansas College of Health Education Occupation Therapy to offer this acting program to our consumers at Bost!
We have been working long and hard to prepare this performance for our Fort Smith Community. Invite your friends and family to this FREE event. Enjoy a night of performances, laughs, and community! You will not want to miss it.
Date: July 19th, 2022
Time: 6:00 pm (doors open to the public at 5:40 pm)
Address: Arkansas College of Health Education’s new Research & Health and Wellness building (1000 Fianna Way, Fort Smith, AR)
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