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This artist living with Down syndrome co-created a new King Arthur play, and here's why that rules

Niall McNeil has brought his vision to life alongside an integrated cast and crew — and it makes for a King Arthur's Night production unlike any we've ever seen before.

'It's not just about shows — it's about what happens when we truly make things together'

CBC Arts visits Marcus Youssef and Niall McNeil during King Arthur rehearsals to hear about how they built this play and what it means to them. 3:05

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