Bricolage Production Company discovers that fostering inclusivity isn’t just about taking action—it’s also a state of mind.
The artistry of Deaf and disabled theatre workers has been amply demonstrated. Why aren’t they centerstage more regularly?
If Deaf stories and actors are having a moment, from ‘Spring Awakening’ to ‘Tribes,’ it’s only because the rest of the world is finally discovering a well-established theatrical tradition.
Obviously theatres should give priority to disabled actors in roles defined as disabled. The next step: to consider them for all roles.
An Anatomized Philippic Regarding the Relationship of Disability to the Contemporary American Theatre
As the first wheelchair-using performer ever cast on Broadway, Stroker isn’t just realizing a dream; she’s making it possible for others like her to dream, as well.
How a seminal friendship changed my views on disability—and prepared me for my own.
Chicago’s Red Theater is translating Shakespeare for its new show: They’re putting his verse into American Sign Language.