<b><i>Crippled</i> is a story about love, death, life and redemption. You will laugh, you will cry and you will walk away with a new perspective about life and what matters. </b><br>
Paul Power’s play, <i>Crippled</i>, has garnered awards and glowing reviews for his portrayal of his experiences as a person living with a disability. Now in a published form, his story of challenge, loss, and redemption presents universal themes and emotions told through a voice that is not often heard in the mainstream. Though dark and mournful, there is a thread of hope in the way the characters share their lives and memories, underlining both differences and similarities in experience. In highlighting his own personal turmoil, Power evokes empathy and introspection in his audience. From childhood conflicts to overwhelming adult loss and grief, from despair to hope, <i>Crippled</i> presents the commonality of our inner struggles with personal demons, framed against our exterior struggles with the perceptions of others.