Cracking up for a cause

Show to raise money, awareness for needs of those with autism

LIBERTY — Liberty High School’s Walking Shadows improv group will kick off the second half of its regular season on Thursday, Feb. 7,

Broadway actress Kimilee Bryant will join Liberty High School’s Walking Shadows improv troupe for a benefit show Feb. 7.

with “Improv Never Dies,” featuring Broadway actress Kimilee Bryant.

The show will also serve as a benefit to raise money for and awareness of the needs of those on the autism spectrum in the state.

“I’ve been looking for a cause for our group to get involved with, and this seemed like an area where we could make an impact,” LHS improv coach and Accelerate supervisor David Holland said.

The show will start at 7 p.m. in the Liberty High School auditorium.

Before the show, a panel discussion will be held featuring experts in the field who will give insights into the struggles, triumphs and needs of individuals with autism and their families. In addition, space will

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