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  • Closed Captions
  • ASL Interpretation

March 10, 2021


Hosted by Aluna Theatre

Kripping Cabaret with Aggie Panda is a 3 part workshop aimed at producers, venue managers, event planners, and performers alike to help define disability needs within theatre space and beyond.

In this workshop you will learn how to write an accessibility statement (even if you don’t think you need one), how to attract and welcome disabled talent into your pool, and how to best pivot into a digital space while holding space for disabled creators.

Be prepared to write notes, participate in writing activities, answer questions out loud, and have your camera spotlighted in the zoom (no need to look fancy, dress code “classroom comfortable” chances are Aggie won’t be wearing pants either).

This is a 2 hour workshop aimed defining disability needs within theatre space and beyond.

Aggie Panda aka actually crippled aka cotton candy aka the Swiss army knife of people, is an autistic disabled content creator out of Toronto, Canada. They’re obsessed with music, all things pink, rocking the dance floor (in or out of their wheelchair), and bringing joy and light where possible. They are a DJ, streamer, tarot reader, administrator extraordinaire (big Virgo energy), personal IT department, and writer and they are here to take over the world, one new skill at a time. They have been an art curator, worked retail, programmed websites, been both a photographer and a model, worked at one of the most prestigious museums in Canada, and been on the floor of some of the scummiest bars as well.

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Closed captioning and ASL interpretation will be provided.