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Play aims to educate community on autism

7:55 PM, Apr. 10, 2013
Ryan Eisenman, left, and Maddie Kane rehearse Monday in 'Window Pains,' a show about autism at the UW Center for Civic Engagement at University of Wisconsin Marathon County.
Ryan Eisenman, left, and Maddie Kane rehearse Monday in 'Window Pains,' a show about autism at the UW Center for Civic Engagement at University of Wisconsin Marathon County.
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Fighting stereotypes and misconceptions related to autism is the mission of a two-day event called "Window Pains" coming to the University of Wisconsin Marathon County's UW Center for Civic Engagement.

Introspect Arts and the Autism Society of Central Wisconsin will put on the play about a family with children who have autism. Artistic director Lindsay Kujawa said Introspect was approached by a mother of a child with autism, Rosalind Boyer-Cole, to develop the production. Kujawa said the topic fit well with Introspect's public policy mission in bringing attention to social issues. ...

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