MSUToday
Published: May 6, 2020

Theater graduate discovers passion for drama therapy

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Courtney Way, who is graduating this spring with a double major in theater and human development and family studies, believes that theater and the arts can help individuals “deal with the stressors of being disabled” and should be enjoyed by all.

“Theater is important for people to understand the world,” Way said. “It is something that everybody deserves to see because that’s where you can receive life-changing messages in a way that you can understand.”

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Courtney Way, who is graduating this spring with a double major in theater and human development and family studies, believes that theater and the arts can help individuals “deal with the stressors of being disabled” and should be enjoyed by all.