The whole point of Vox Phamalia: Quadrapalooza, the Physically Handicapped Actors and Musical Artists League comedy show opening tonight at the Avenue Theater for a two-weekend run, is that differently-abled people (or whatever the politically correct terminology is this week) have a sense of humor about themselves.
And they think you should, too. While director Edith Weiss promises the material is funny upon funny, the Phamaly troupe thought they would drive the point in a little more by selling souvenirs at performances: a special line of greeting cards tailored to the disabled community. Following are a few of our favorites.
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