What I Didn't Say: A Journey Through Parkinson's
AIM will present the performance of “What I Didn’t Say: A Journey Through Parkinson’s by Matthew Moore.
A Note from Matthew Moore
I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2019, and I knew I needed a purpose—a way to fight back. So, as a theatre person who knows the power of the arts, I decided to write a play, and it’s been quite a ride ever since.
I wrote What I Didn’t Say: A Journey Through Parkinson’s to raise public awareness of the fastest growing brain disorder in the world and to strengthen the relationships involved with PD, primarily that of neurologist and patient. It speaks strongly to care partners as well.
The script is based on twelve interviews with PD patients, doctors, and care partners. It’s a two-person, 45-minute performance that’s adaptable to any setting, and is followed by a discussion to let the audience ask questions and give their perspective of relationship-building in a PD context.
Made possible through the generous support of the Parkinson’s Foundation!
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