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Born in Tkaronto (Toronto) to settlers from Hong Kong, Marjorie Chan is the Artistic Director of Theatre Passe Muraille. As an award-winning interdisciplinary artist, she primarily identifies as a writer with specific interest in contemporary opera and collective forms, while also maintaining an active practice as a dramaturge and director.  Marjorie also has a long history of working at the intersection of accessibility and dramaturgy, creating spaces and processes for more radical inclusivity in theatre creation.

Photos by Dahlia Katz Photography

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RAISING THE CURTAIN AND LOWERING BARRIERS:

ACCESSIBLE THEATRE

https://www.stratfordfestival.ca/WhatsOn/PlaysAndEvents/TheForum/Raising-the-Curtain

What are theatres doing to welcome audiences (and artists) who have barriers to participating in performance arts? Join Stratford Festival’s Accessibility Coordinator Kayla Besse, Disability Dramaturgy scholar Dr. Jessica Watkin and Theatre Passe Muraille Artistic Director Marjorie Chan in a panel discussion moderated by Maev Beaty, discussing how theatres have been making their work and their spaces more accessible, and the goals they continue to work towards in service of greater inclusion.

Thursday, July 11, 2024

10:30 a.m. to noon

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