Location : The Kraine Theater, New York, NY
A comedy about the autistic spectrum. Everybody's on it. Diagnosed at a young age with autistic spectrum disorder, American comedian Anders Lee dives headfirst into questions of education, social cues, diagnosis and what it truly means to be dumb. Through jokes and stories, Lee reflects on his own experience growing up with an autism label as well as the dark, eugenicist history of the diagnosis itself. 'Funny, heartwarming and thought-provoking' **** (LiveLondonPost.com). 'It is thanks to dedicated people like Lee that we can fight ignorance and acquire a more open-minded approach' **** (Everything-Theatre.co.uk).