“The Butterfly Effect” live performance emphasizes the diversity of Turner Syndrome experiences, while exploring how butterflies have impacted one another--and the world--throughout history. Our cast envisions a shared
“The Butterfly Effect” live performance emphasizes the diversity of Turner Syndrome experiences, while exploring how butterflies have impacted one another–and the world–throughout history. Our cast envisions a shared goal for the play: we hope the performance will be uplifting and provide “a glimmer of hope,” reminding us of how far Turner Syndrome research has come in the past few decades, and how much more we need–and will–accomplish.
A virtual performance of “The Butterfly Effect” will stream live on the Turner Syndrome Foundation’s Facebook page on February 26th at 4:00 pm EST. The performance will last between 20-30 minutes, with a live Q&A to follow. The cast and I can’t wait to “see” you in the comments and hear about your experience with Turner Syndrome then!
For those who can’t join us live, the performance will remain available on the TSF Facebook page after the event, and will be posted with captions on my YouTube channel.
Read the article about the event organizer and performance: https://turnersyndromefoundation.org/?p=64512
(Saturday) 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm