In his latest play, published in full in our Fall print edition, the writer/performer probes implicit ableism and the assumptions we make about people we’ll never really know.
In serving constellations of disability, this growing program within Chicago Children’s Theatre builds confidence, celebrates joy, and fills a gap in support networks.
A look behind the scenes of a new, more accessible student production of the popular play centering an autistic character.
His latest autobiographical comedy at the Public, ‘Dark Disabled Stories,’ is being designed with access in mind, even as it gets down and dirty about the ways society views and treats disabled people.
A new play at Barrington Stage Company, about a class-riven romance among 2 wheelchair and text-to-speech users, also has plenty of disabled talent backstage.
Phamaly Theatre Company’s upcoming production of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ rings in a new era for the Denver company.
On hiatus since 2008, the workshop helps artists develop and stage work with a focus on uplifting disabled artists.
Disability inclusion can’t simply be tacked on as an extra in theatre’s budgets and planning; it must be intentional and funded. The good news is that it benefits everyone.
A roundtable of theatremakers talk about their work, how they make it, and models for inclusive spaces for both artists and audiences.
Meet the field leaders who helped us ideate and create this package of stories.