AWB News

  • Singin’ in the Rain
    AWB will perform “Singin’ in the Rain” on October 4th at The Haverford School with their annual after party following the show. The cast is enjoying a rehearsing this upbeat show and looking forward to their 5 day summer workshop in July!

  • The Dot
    On May 17th at 3pm, AWB Jr. will perform “The Dot” in the theatre at the Agnes Irwin School. The Dot is a story of a little girl’s journey of surprise and self-discovery.

  • AWB was a 2014 beneficiary of the annual Community Clothes Charity consignment sale.
  • On May 6, 2014, AWB received the ACE award for Community Excellence from Inglis.
  • Christine Rouse honored by the Please Touch Museum with the Great Friends to Kids Award.
    Honoring those who make a positive impact in our community, The Please Touch Museum hosted its 17th annual Great Friend to Kids Awards on November 8, 2012.

  • Changing the Perception of People with Disabilities: One Performance at a Time
    Another Great Article from the Main Line Times:
    Check it out here!

  • Acting Without Boundaries was featured on CBS Philly.
    Click below to check out this fabulous news coverage:
    Brotherly Love: Acting Without Boundaries
  • Acting Without Boundaries Brought its Cast of Young Actors with Physical Disabilities to Philadelphia
    Acting Without Boundaries (AWB) took its show on the road and headed to Philadelphia! On Sunday July 22, 2012, the AWB actors, all children, youth and young adults with physical disabilities, revived Broadway’s Rogers and Hammerstein with AWB Goes Broadway: Some Enchanted Evening at the Arden Theatre in Old City.
  • AWB on Ben FM!
    On Sunday June 26, 2012 AWB Executive Director, Christine Rouse, and AWB Musical Director, Maria Ceferatti, were featured on 95.7 BEN FM’s Woman of the Week segment with Marilyn Russo…

  • Christine Rouse is honored on the “Today Show”
    The executive director of Acting Without Boundaries (AWB), Christine Rouse, was featured on the NBC Today Show with “Kathie Lee and Hoda” on March 1, 2012…

“To see everyone’s faces at a performance tells the whole story.
AWB truly makes a difference in all our lives.”

-Sheila Brannau, Parent