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Rhonda S. Musak being crushed by sound during the opening moments of her autobiographical one-woman play “Rhonda Badonda: the Adventures of a Girl with a Pain in Her Brain”, the only solo show that addresses Sensory Processing Disorder. Photos Submitted
Rhonda S. Musak and director Gareth Hendee pose for a photo at the opening night of the play in New York City.
Abhinanda Datta, Assistant Editor
11:22 am CDT September 24, 2019

For former Homer Glen resident, Rhonda S. Musak, confusion truly is a “welcome mat at the door of creativity”. 

Living most of her life with a baffling condition, she discovered a way to channel her passion for the performing arts, to unscramble a hidden medical mystery and encounter the truths of her bewildering world.