Phamaly Theatre Company’s upcoming production of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ rings in a new era for the Denver company.
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.
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Theatres in Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, and Idaho keep the theatre faith, and many or most employees, in hopes of a full return.
The disability-centered theatre company will perform both in Colorado and internationally.
Don’t have a policy to accommodate people with disabilities, both backstage and in the house? You need one.
Alexander leaves to lead Naples Players, and longtime Phamaly performer Regan Linton will lead the company in an interim position.
The season will include both musicals and plays featuring performers with disabilities.
Denver- and Charlotte-based theatres make a friendly wager, while an Austin company hosts an alternative event.
She joins the Phamaly, bringing with her fundraising and leadership experience.