Day 22: Self-taught savior is bringing puppetry back, one shadow at a time
Curious Theatre gives rare voice to indigenous female playwright while Phamaly offers first festival for writers with disabilities
Denver’s acclaimed theatre company expands opportunities to include playwrights with disabilities
Landmark company for disabled actors will celebrate milestone birthday with retrospective concerts at three locations
12-year-old Aloukika Patro hasn’t let congenital disease keep her from making her onstage fairy tale come true
Actor, professor and DCPA Teaching Artist with Crohn’s disease embraces the ‘radical honesty’ of Phamaly Theatre Company
“It is a privilege to be joining an organization that uses the magic and power of live theatre to create meaningful and lasting social change.”
The unusual pre-show ritual is called ‘Zap,’ and it infuses the cast and crew with focus and energy before every first performance.
Despite physical challenges, Phamaly’s Ashley Kelashian says the girls of ‘Annie’ just wanna have sun.
The group’s 27-year mission to transform the public perception of disability will continue with ‘Annie’ at the Denver Center.