CO/LAB Theater Group will present the digital premiere of TOGETHER AGAIN

CO/LAB Theater Group has announced the digital premiere of the original show, Together Again, taking place Friday, January 28 at 7 p.m. ET. Tickets are priced at $15 and are available now at

Together Again, filmed in December 2021, is CO/LAB’s brand new original show that celebrates togetherness, creativity, laughter and the joy of spending time together. The show features scenes created and performed by CO/LAB’s Physical Theatre, Musical Theater Ensemble, Youth Ensemble and Ensemble Theater classes, and songs by composers Michael Finke, Ben Freeman and Orlando Morales. The show was filmed and edited by Luke Ohlson/7Cinema, a film company that creates visual content to amplify the work of advocacy and arts organizations.

After the digital premiere on January 28, the performance will be available to stream anytime from January 29 through February 6. All proceeds will benefit CO/LAB’s mission to provide people with intellectual disabilities a creative and social outlet through the theater arts.

“Although we had planned to present Together Again in person in December, we are delighted to have been able to record the show and to still be able to share the work our actors have created in this engaging digital way.” said Becky Leifman, executive director of CO/LAB. “Making the show available for streaming means that friends, family and fans across the country can access CO/LAB’s work, not just those in the New York area.”

CO/LAB offers free weekly classes and low-cost one-to-one workshops through CO/LAB:core, with a structured curriculum to accommodate many types of learning styles. Through CO/LAB:connect, organizations in the New York and surrounding areas can partner with CO/LAB for one-time workshops or longer-term residencies. They have created rewarding programs with organizations such as City Access New York, Lincoln Center, TDF, and JCC Manhattan. Through the CO/LAB:leaders program, actors with intellectual disabilities are trained to become artistic mentors, positive leadership role models and organizational ambassadors. Finally, Sharing the Stage is a professional development program run by CO/LAB Teaching Artists and CO/LAB: managers, for organizations interested in fostering more inclusive and equitable labor practices.

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