I appreciate Ms. Lipkin's good intentions and her innovation. The analogy is if the St. Louis Black Repertory Company were run by someone other than an African American. It's not that it could not work, but if you don't have the perspective of the people giving the message, how can you make determinations about the material?
It seems to me that at least Ms. Lipkin may want to transition completely to an administrative or consultant role. Back away and let the people with the disabilities run the operation and make the decisions. This company, in my opinion, should be about them — and only them. Terry B. Moses, Marlborough