Resources related to live performing arts for people with disabilities and those wishing to increase access to people with disabilities.
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Supports people with learning disabilities to be actors, dancers and singers through a range of programs and workshops. London based.
Deaf West Theatre, Inc.
Founded in 1991 to enrich the cultural lives of deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals in the Los Angeles area by providing exposure and access to professional theatre.
East End Special Players
A group of learning disabled adults performing since 1985 on the East End of Long Island, New York. View online video clips, reviews and future show dates.
Encore Studio for the Performing Arts
A professional theatre company that offers an innovative, inclusive and professional environment focusing on the pursuit of artistic and theatrical excellence (Madison, Wisconsin).
Famous PEOPLE Players
This theatre group is dedicated to the integration of people who have developmental disabilities. Through its life skills program, performers are given the conviction and skills to realize the full potential of their creative abilities. (Canada)
A New York based service organization dedicated to providing greater accessibility to arts and cultural events for the Deaf and hard of hearing community.
National Theatre of the Deaf
A professional acting company made up of deaf and hearing actors. A combination of Sign Language and spoken words has expanded the boundaries of theatrical expression.
PHAMALy’s mission is to enable persons with disabilities to showcase their talents and abilities through live productions and to make the performing arts more accessible to everyone.
Sign Language Interpreting in the Theatre
A resource for both novice and experienced interpreters, as well as for theatre staff wanting to learn about sign language interpreted performance.
A Dutch company with a highly international orientation. In the theatre play Zipper, Mindy Brown and Gerdinand Wagenaar explore if music can be interpreted into a sign language.
A cultural arts program sponsored by the Association for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities (AID), in conjunction with VIP Industries. Provides cultural art opportunities for children and adults with special needs.
Wild Swan Theater
Nationally known for ingenious artistry, innovative audience accessibility program, and projects for participants with disabilities, including Dramatically Able, a package for making drama accessible to participants with disabilities.
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