The Detour Theatre Company provides a unique opportunity for kids and young adults with special needs

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 Sam started the Detour Theatre Company after realizing her son with special needs had nowhere to fulfill his dream of performing in a play or musical. Detour Theatre Company is a theatre company entirely made up of young kids and young adults with special needs. They perform three to four musicals a year for the public at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts. Each member is paired up with a “buddy” that helps them learn their lines and stage direction. Learn more about Detour Theatre Company at https://detourcompanytheatre.org/ 

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