BMore Abilities Special Arts Center Presents “Mission Possible” Summer Dance Recital

Maryland’s Only Dance Program Dedicated to Teaching Those with Special Needs will Host a Talent Search & Dance Recital on July 10, 2011
By: Adrienne Alexander
June 20, 2011 - PRLog -- Having a child with Special Needs can be demanding and sometimes overwhelming.  These children are special and want to showcase their abilities the same as other children.  The same as being an adult with Special Needs can provide its own set of obstacles and challenges.  Enter B’More Abilities Special Arts Center.  BASAC has accepted the challenge and become Maryland’s first and only Dance Studio dedicated to the Special Needs Community.  Through BASAC, individuals with Special Needs are able to learn and showcase their talents in an atmosphere that is non-judgmental and conducive to the needs of its participants.  

In an effort to bring greater attention to and highlight the Special needs community, BASAC along with Diagnosis Dance Community, Make Studio & W.E.A.N (Women Embracing Abilities Now) announce “Mission Possible” a summer dance recital to be held on Sunday, July, 10, 2011 beginning at 2:00 PM at Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts located 8100 Wise Ave. Dundalk, MD 21222. “Mission Possible” will provide its audience with a Sensory friendly, comfortable and judgment free zone that is welcoming to all families.  Throughout the performance, the house lights will remain dim, sound volume will remain low and consistent and children will be able to speak freely and leave their seats as necessary under parental supervision.

In advance of “Mission Possible”, BASAC & The Image Center for People with Disabilities will host a talent search on Saturday, June 25, 2011 at the Image Center located 300 E. Joppa Rd. Suite 302, Towson, MD 21286 at 2:00 PM.  This talent search will be for all of the Arts inclusive but not limited to Dance, Music, Poetry, Visual Arts & Theatre.  The winner of the talent search will have the opportunity to showcase their talent in the “Mission Possible” summer recital on July 10.  

According to BASAC Owner & Founder Zoey Robinson-Budreski, “BASAC was developed out of a great need to provide ones with disabilities the chance to use art as an empowerment, career, or joy and this event is a chance to showcase the many abilities that are often times overlooked because of stigmas.”

B'moreAbilities Special Arts Center aims to help those with physical and/or developmental challenges to discover their strengths, talents, and natural abilities. We nurture and accept all individuals, encouraging them to express their unique selves through the arts.   Emphasis is placed on building confidence, constructive problem solving, overcoming fears and adversity, and resisting peer pressure. All BASAC programs aim to teach tolerance and acceptance through the arts, while developing social skills, fostering a sense of belonging and celebrating the uniqueness of each individual. More information can be found at

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