Everything is different as the performing arts world feels its way back into being together and breathing the same air, but in a way that won’t infect and kill each other. As everyone hopes to be headed toward a post-pandemic world, the question of accessibility, of finding a way to bring everyone—and not just select […]
Music is for every body
Chicago’s concert venues have made welcome advances in accessibility, but a regulatory gray area lets them fall short of what they should be.
Profiles abuse scandal inspires new magazine examining Chicago theater
“The reason I came to grad school was to … create a revolution through theater,” the editor of Chicago Theater Now says.
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Riding CTA legally blind can be ‘a huge pain in the ass’
Navigating public transit when you can’t see well isn’t easy, musician Andy Slater says.
Posted inArts & Culture
The art of disability on display at Bodies of Work
The Bodies of Work Festival puts people with disabilities on the stage, on the screen, behind the mike, and in the audience.