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Doctors and women with a disability needed for theatre production that seeks to change attitudes towards disabled women

October 2, 2013

Project Re-Vision and REDLAB are seeking women with a disability (invisible or visible) and clinicians to participate in a live theatre production. The purpose of this project is to highlight personal stories of living with a disability and the impact of clinicians’ attitudes and actions towards those with a disability.

Project Re-Vision is a mobile multi-media lab that uses arts-based methods to question stereotypical understandings of disability and difference that can create barriers to healthcare, education, and inclusion in society.

Selected participants will work together with award-winning playwright Judith Thompson to develop the script and perform the play in Sudbury, Peterborough and Toronto.

Interviews will be held in mid-October. Those selected to participate in the production will be paid and required to attend each of the workshops and performances.

For more information, contact: Carla Rice, Lisa Wenger or Kim Wilson at

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