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November 30, 2021

Sign Language Arts Workshop with Alexandria Wailes

Hosted by Inside Out Theatre

Sign Language Arts Workshop with Alexandria Wailes which is one of the six workshop theatre trainings as part of ReDEAFining Theatre workshop series for 2021/2022 season.

The four days workshop schedule begins from November 30 - December 3, 2021 at the Inside Out Theatre studio, Eau Claire Market from 10am - 4pm pending COVID-19 restrictions.

Deaf artists who identifies as BIPOC, LGBT2SQA+, Deaf+ and underrepresented communities are highly encouraged to apply. 

If you receive a letter of acceptance for this workshop, you will be asked to give consent to have the process be filmed and documented for sharing with the public at a later date.

Register to be considered for a spot in the workshop at no costs to you thanks to Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des arts du Canada.


This workshop is designated to folx with ASL fluency. Both Deaf and hearing participants are welcomed to apply, however, this is not a "learn to sign" environment. There will be scene studies in-depth analysis of ASL literature and Deaf-led performances. Our goal with this workshop is to promote the honing of skills and gaining tools as actors and analysis of your own work. 

Any questions? Please email landon@insideouttheatre.com.


Inside Out Theatre

630 8 Avenue SW, #600, Calgary, AB, T2P 1G6, Canada

Phone number: 403-282-4801

Email: col@insideouttheatre.com

We are a Deaf and disability theatre company in sunny Calgary Alberta equally invested in artistic excellence, community development, and deepening our cultures’ accessibility. We offer community-based drama programs to Calgarians with disabilities that foster a love of theatre, the joy of community, and the rewards of self-expression. We produce and present plays created by artists with disabilities and their allies that insist on and celebrate their place in the public sphere. And we work to improve theatre’s accessibility for audience members and to ensure their equity and dignity in attending performing arts in Calgary.