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Theater workshop

Led by theater artists Parasuram Ramamoorthi and Nikki Bettcher Erickson, the Spring into Theater workshop was conducted over three days in Willmar for youth on the autism spectrum and others with disability.

'Train' exercise
Caleb Justin, from left, Caitlin Wheeler and David Hernandez follow instructor Parasuram Ramamoorthi in a "train" exercise Wednesday during a workshop at West Central Industries in Willmar. Led by theater artists Parasuram Ramamoorthi and Nikki Bettcher Erickson, the Spring into Theater workshop was conducted over three days for youth on the autism spectrum and others with disability. The workshop focused on helping the youth better their social skills through theater, art and other creative exercises. (...

Led by theater artists Parasuram Ramamoorthi and Nikki Bettcher Erickson, the Spring into Theater workshop was conducted over three days in Willmar for youth on the autism spectrum and others with disability.

Workshop play
Dustin Stiehm, left, and Ruth Nygaard rehearse a scene Wednesday from a play titled "Dream of a Day Without Bullying," part of a workshop at West Central Industries. Led by theater artists Parasuram Ramamoorthi and Nikki Bettcher Erickson, the Spring into Theater workshop was conducted over three days for youth on the autism spectrum and others with disability. The workshop focused on helping the youth better their social skills through theater, art and other creative exercises. (Tribune photo by Ron Adams)

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