DENVER: Phamaly Theatre Company (PTC) has announced its 2020 season, featuring a new devised work on disability.
The season will begin with the musical Honk! by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, based on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling. A co-production with the Toshima-Ku Art and Culture Theatre, Honk! will be presented in both Colorado and Japan. Stacey D’Angelo will direct.
Next up will be an adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, directed by Regan Linton. Featuring the experimental hip-hop group Wheelchair Sports Camp, Alice in Wonderland will take the stage in summer 2020.
The season will continue with PTC’s devised web series titled Rewrite. Premiering in fall 2020, Rewrite will examine the bible, the constitution, and Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol from a disability perspective.
Additionally, PTC’s season will feature special programming to be announced throughout the year.
Founded in 1989, Phamaly Theatre Company provides performance opportunities for individuals with disabilities, developing its artistic craft while employing new methods of accessibility.
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