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June 30, 2021

Call for Applications: Realwheels Acting Academy

Hosted by Realwheels Theatre

Realwheels Acting Academy is a unique professional training program, specifically tailored to anybody that self-identifies with the disability community and/or who is D/deaf, including but not limited to people with disabilities, disabled people, people with hidden disability, and neurodiverse.  

Realwheels Acting Academy provides everybody access to professional actor training. We believe that the performing arts capacity of everybody is abundant, diverse, and creatively rich. Our new program puts you at the forefront: together with you, we want to create a barrier free, diverse performing arts world that puts real people centre stage. 

This completely free program reflects your needs, abilities, and range of experiences. You will acquire creative, technical, and lifelong learning skills that will foster your professional and personal growth. Whether you’re a beginner or you’re taking the next step in pursuit of a professional career, this program is for you.

Turn your passion for acting into something more!

Open house Thursday, May 20th at 7pm PST (Vancouver time)

Realwheels is hosting a virtual Open House to present the Academy, where there will be a Q&A and there will be the chance to meet the instructors.

Register for the Open House (Zoom)

Accessibility

Please contact us at least one week before the deadline if you need any accommodations regarding the application process. If you have issues accessing the electronic form, a Word document application is available.

 ASL interpretation will be provided for the open house.

Organizations

Realwheels Theatre

Realwheels Theatre creates and produces performances that deepen understanding of the disability experience. We tell stories in which disability itself is not the focus of conflict, but rather forms the landscape upon which universal issues are debated onstage. Our vision is full inclusion and integration of disability both on – and off – Canadian stages; a barrier-free, diverse performing arts world that reflects the real world and all of its people.