Realwheels unites professional artists with the community of people with disabilities for a series of workshops, culminating in a live performance. We explore stories through theatre, music, visual arts and dance, and often have inspiring guests who help us develop our craft. Through Wheel Voices, we nurture and develop emerging talent in the disability community.Our most recent Wheel Voices production, WHEEL VOICES POWER PLAY: An Interactive Theatre Experience was presented at the ANNEX Theatre for a one-night audience-interactive event on June 08, 2018. This 6-day workshop and presentation was facilitated by the incredible Tom Scholte and led by a group of 15 Deaf performers and performers with disabilities. WHEEL VOICES POWER PLAY is an example of theatre for dialogue creation and conflict resolution; theatre for community healing and empowerment.
Click the link below to learn more about the show!
Click on the links below to learn more about our previous Wheel Voices projects:
- Comedy on Wheels – Celebrating Canada’s Birthday with Belly Laughs (2017)
- SexyVoices – A Burlesque Theatre Cabaret (2016)
- Super Voices (2015)
- Wheel Voices to the Max! (2013)
- Wheel Voices Live! (2012)
Realwheels proudly incorporates mentorships for people with disabilities in all of their programming.
We’re also broadening the scope of who can participate to a wider group of people with disabilities around the world through digital media by means of a #WheelVoices hashtag campaign. With #WheelVoices, people who self-idenitify with disability from anywhere in the world can engage with Realwheels through digital media. We invite you to share your stories and art through words, images, sounds, and video.If you’re interested in participating through digital means, click here to join the WheelVoices Facebook group!
We look forward to you joining us – on stage – in the digital sphere – on screen – in the audience!
To inquire about participating in the next Wheel Voices, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org