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Handicap This: Duo brings Life with Cerebral Palsy to the Stage

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ABC News October 16, 2011 (SKOKIE, Ill.) (WLS) — A Chicago area man with cerebral palsy and his personal assistant are bringing their real-life adventures to stage with music and a lot of humor.

Their show “Handicap This” will challenge audience members’ thinking about people with disabilities and increase awareness about people with severe physical disabilities.

Tim Wambach, 37, and Mike Berkson, 22, are rehearing for their upcoming shows at the North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie.

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