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Former Board Member Reflects on Family Experiences with AUI

Before Jenny King ever joined the AUI board or even heard the name “Audiences Unlimited,” she was experiencing all the joy an AUI performance can bring. “On several occasions, we were at the Kingston Memory Care Center visiting my grandmother, Helen Munger, when an AUI performer would host a singalong,” she said. “After the fact,” ...
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AUI Musician Makes Strong Connections with Unreached Audiences

Rick Barton has been singing and playing the guitar since 1972, but it wasn’t until he became a performer for Audiences Unlimited that he truly grasped the power of making connections with his audience. “This is incredible,” he said. “It’s different every time, but it’s always phenomenally rewarding.” Performing for people is nothing new for ...
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AUI Celebrates 50 Years!

Audiences Unlimited (AUI) just wrapped up a very full year celebrating our 50th anniversary, and what a year it was! In addition to providing all of our regular programming in senior living facilities and at L.I.F.E. Adult Day Academy (L.A.D.A.), our 50th year brought a few firsts. We sponsored our first youth theater performance featuring ...
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Vi Musser, Longtime Activities Director at Kingston Care Health Center, Reflects on AUI Founder Lillian Embick and Her Expanding Dream

Vi Musser could easily be described as one of the biggest cheerleaders for Audiences Unlimited (AUI) and specifically Lillian Embick, AUI’s founder. In many ways, both women shared the same goal: bringing the arts to unreached audiences. As the activities director at Kingston Care Health Center, Vi knew the power of a live performance. “When ...
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