May 22, 2021, Bring On Tomorrow
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What does "accessibility" mean at our theatre?
NWT recognizes the contributions of our theatrical ancestors who were people of color, indigenous, women, disabled, and LGBTQ-identifying individuals. It is on their shoulders that we stand. We recognize also that despite these roots, the theatre community is not and has not been immune to insidious systemic racism, sexism, and homophobia.
NWT aims to break from the subtle cultural norms that have made the theatre space oppressive to some communities over others. We aim to make amends by shifting to an actively anti-racist, anti-sexist, anti-ableist, anti-homophobic standard. One step in our insitution's journey is to provide representation as a means of accessibility. We vow to:
Black lives, indigenous lives, women's lives, dis/differently-abled lives, and LGBTQ+ lives matter to Near West Theatre.
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Our journey started with a big vision and a small seed. Over 43 years later, that vision has transformed thousands of lives and a near west side community.
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