A Fierce Kind of Love, a project of Visionary Voices
Institute on Disabilities at Temple University


Press Releases

Press Release, August 18, 2016: A Fierce Kind of Love Comes to Ursinus College for Two Performances (Word document)

Press Release: A Fierce Kind of Love (Word document)

Press Release: Here. Stories from Selinsgrove Center and KenCrest Services (Word document)


More Press

Philadelphia Daily News:
The Best Play You May Never See

NewsWorks/WHYY - interview with playwright Suli Holum and cast member/advocate Shawn Aleong:
Temple's 'Fierce' New Play Shines New Light on the Developmentally Disabled

NewsWorks/Human at Work blog - interview with director David Bradley
Eroding the Divide Between 'Able' and 'Disabled' with Atypical Play

Philadelphia Inquirer:
The Pennsylvania Civil-Rights Story You Were Never Told "In the beginning, you either went to a state institution or you stayed home and had nothing. So we fought desperately for education and the right for self-advocacy, and to get people out of the state centers. But a lot of the young families today are not aware that that was our struggle."

Feature in American Theatre:
"A Fierce Kind of Love" for People of All Abilities

Metro Philly - "Here" exhibit:
"Stories of intellectually disabled brought into light " March 23, 2016, about the exhibit "HERE. Stories from Selinsgrove Center and KenCrest Services" installation at City Hall, Philadelphia.

Cast Members in Photo Series:
A Fierce Kind of Love cast members Erin McNulty and Lee Etzold were photographed for the series "How Philly Moves" by JJ Tiziou. Look for Erin and Lee in column two, about midway down the page.

Press release/Fialkowski Papers Archive:
Fialkowski Papers to Reside at Temple University Libraries

Telling the Story of the PA's Disability Movement Through Theater

Press release/PCAH Grant:
Institute on Disabilities at Temple University Awarded Exhibitions and Public Interpretation Grant from Pew Center for Arts & Heritage

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A Fierce Kind of Love has been supported
by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

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