What do you envision the future of theater to be, post-pandemic? What is “Disability Justice”? What is your hope for it? What changes do you wish to see? Do you see that change actually happening and how? How does race, sexual orientation and gender identity commingle with disability? How can we build a better theater that is truly American, meaning: for everyone, including people with disabilities?
A conversation of the Future of the American theater in the wake of COVID, George Floyd, Accountability in Representation and moving from “Disability Visibility” to Disability JUSTICE and how that intersects with all other aspects of identity, Panelists include Tekki Lomnicki of Tellin’ Tales Theatre, Amber Smock of Access Living, Talleri A. McRae of National Disability Theatre, deaf actor Elbert Joseph, and 16th Street Theater’s Esteban Andres Cruz.