In 1993, Montreal social worker Lenore Vosberg had an idea for a fundraiser: to put on a play with adults with developmental disabilities. She reached out to Stephen Snow, then a Concordia Theatre professor, to form a partnership and realize that first year’s production.
Eventually, Vosberg and Snow along with Miranda D’Amico in the Department of Education, co-founded Concordia’s Centre for the Arts in Human Development (CAHD). Now, says Vosberg (the Centre’s Executive Director), we're in our twenty-second year.
This year’s CAHD play, Nobody’s Perfect: A Theatrical Exploration of Mental Health, will be staged for three nights, from June 14 to 16. It’s the twelfth play staged by the Centre, all of which feature original music and content.