PCS Orion presents play at theatre


PCS Orion presents “Until the Last Petal Falls” (a variation of “Beauty and the Beast”) at The Muphy Theatre 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9. Admission is a requested $5 per person donation, as the presentation is a fundraiser for the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits which benefits PCS Orion clients. In addition to their stage roles, the individuals helped with props and costumes, said a spokeswoman. The mission of the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits is to enrich the quality of life for adults with disabilities through travel and exploration. One of the performers, Jenny Rocheleau, is pictured wearing a yarn wig. More than 300 people attended a similar event at the theatre last year.


April Williams, in a silver dress, looks forward to being on the stage of The Muphy Theatre this Thursday starting at 6:30 p.m. That’s when PCS Orion presents “Until the Last Petal Falls” as a fundraiser for the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits.


PCS Orion presents “Until the Last Petal Falls” (a variation of “Beauty and the Beast”) at The Muphy Theatre 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9. Admission is a requested $5 per person donation, as the presentation is a fundraiser for the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits which benefits PCS Orion clients. In addition to their stage roles, the individuals helped with props and costumes, said a spokeswoman. The mission of the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits is to enrich the quality of life for adults with disabilities through travel and exploration. One of the performers, Jenny Rocheleau, is pictured wearing a yarn wig. More than 300 people attended a similar event at the theatre last year.

April Williams, in a silver dress, looks forward to being on the stage of The Muphy Theatre this Thursday starting at 6:30 p.m. That’s when PCS Orion presents “Until the Last Petal Falls” as a fundraiser for the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits.

PCS Orion presents “Until the Last Petal Falls” (a variation of “Beauty and the Beast”) at The Muphy Theatre 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9. Admission is a requested $5 per person donation, as the presentation is a fundraiser for the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits which benefits PCS Orion clients. In addition to their stage roles, the individuals helped with props and costumes, said a spokeswoman. The mission of the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits is to enrich the quality of life for adults with disabilities through travel and exploration. One of the performers, Jenny Rocheleau, is pictured wearing a yarn wig. More than 300 people attended a similar event at the theatre last year.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/11/web1_20171019_141423.jpegPCS Orion presents “Until the Last Petal Falls” (a variation of “Beauty and the Beast”) at The Muphy Theatre 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9. Admission is a requested $5 per person donation, as the presentation is a fundraiser for the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits which benefits PCS Orion clients. In addition to their stage roles, the individuals helped with props and costumes, said a spokeswoman. The mission of the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits is to enrich the quality of life for adults with disabilities through travel and exploration. One of the performers, Jenny Rocheleau, is pictured wearing a yarn wig. More than 300 people attended a similar event at the theatre last year.

April Williams, in a silver dress, looks forward to being on the stage of The Muphy Theatre this Thursday starting at 6:30 p.m. That’s when PCS Orion presents “Until the Last Petal Falls” as a fundraiser for the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/11/web1_april.jpgApril Williams, in a silver dress, looks forward to being on the stage of The Muphy Theatre this Thursday starting at 6:30 p.m. That’s when PCS Orion presents “Until the Last Petal Falls” as a fundraiser for the nonprofit Empowering Life Without Limits.