Tune in to our New Blog Series!
The Apothetae and The Lark have curated this series in honor of the 2020 round of our Playwriting Fellowship for a Deaf/Disabled writer, which coincides with the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Both the Fellowship and this series are dedicated to uplifting the multiplicity of voices and experiences of Deaf/Disabled communities. These are the perspectives of people who have worked to create or support new plays, and re-appropriate existing plays, in order to present the experiences of Disabled communities as part of our cultural landscape. By providing a platform to explore these varied and complex experiences, we aim to highlight the fact that the 'Disability Community' is a series of communities, with a series of histories and a series of stories- just beginning to be told.
A PLACE OF EXPOSURE: INTRODUCTION
by Gregg Mozgala
EXPLORING DISABILITY AESTHETIC THROUGH COMMUNITY
by Tim J. Lord and Gregg Mozgala
ON BOX-TICKING AND NARRATIVE CONTROL
by Athena Stevens
ON DISABILITY AND INTERSECTIONALITY IN THE AGE OF ZOOM
by Nik Anderson, A.A. Brenner, and Ryan J. Haddad
ON DIRECTING AND DISABILITY
by Brian Balcom and Evan T Cummings
ON STAGE MANAGEMENT AND DISABILITY
by Alyssa K. Howard and Peter Royston