Disability & Accessibility Events with National Sawdust

I’m incredibly honored to share two events this last week as part of a Toulmin Fellowship with National Sawdust and NYU Center for Ballet and the Arts.

It was truly a dream to take part in these events – including a disability/accessibility discussion with award-winning actor, playwright, and director Gregg Mozgala and Copenhagen-based research organization Enactlab (David Oxenhandler, Jacob Yoon Egeskov Nossell, Kristian Moltke Martiny).

The events also involved the world premiere of Left and Right, a new collaborative work that explores myths of the left side. I was so fortunate to be joined by a dream team for this project  – including writer/audio describer Max Greyson, choreographer/dancer Jerron Herman, director/filmmaker Austin Regan, ASL interpreter Brandon Kazen-Maddox, video editor Hannah Rifkin, audio engineer Michael Hammond, Director of ASL Shelly Guy, Director of Audio Descriptions Andy Slater, and accessibility consultant Sandy Guttman.