Tiny Plays About Disability
You can now read our latest project, Tiny Plays About Disability under the Tiny Plays About Disability tab for FREE. This collection features 9 playwrights from around the world that all speak about disability in some way, shape, or form in their tiny plays.
We would like to thank everyone that donated to make this collection possible:
our generous Anonymous donor, Kim Burtle, Melissa Davis, Marci Gregg, Ashlee Hart, Michael McLane, Steve Pickett, Carol Raburn, Pete Scheldt, and Marissa Sheeler. This collection would not have been possible without you.
Tiny Plays From Quarantine is being performed virtually by Wellesley College's Upstage on Friday, December 4th at 7:00 pm EST.
Here is the link to this performance.
Watch our "Tiny Plays From Quarantine" series where we read each and every tiny play, one day at a time. You can watch the first of this 25 part series below, check out more readings under "Videos."
For another perspective on Tiny Plays From Quarantine, check out this article where Meg Bishop (MN DAILY) interviews the curators of TPFQ, Katelyn McLane & Mac Scheldt.
TPAD Graphic Design by Leslie Ritenour