This is the first of a two-part post that was originally published in earlier this month in THE BeZINE. I’ve been making theatre for nearly as long as I can remember. My first memory of being on stage was in grade school. I was an ultra-skinny kid with a pronounced Polio limp, earning me the … Continue reading Embodying Story
Our workshop provided an opportunity for directors, and individual performers, to think with us about disability, inclusion, and aesthetics. The time allotted to the workshop passed much too quickly as we engaged in a deep conversation about these difficult topics. One of the most challenging aspects of any conversation about theater and disability is making … Continue reading IPTN: Our Workshop
A weekend of challenging the boundaries of theatre and community regarding race and disability.