Presentation Title

Performing Arts Accessibility

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Gianni CarcagnoFollow

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Major

Theatre Arts

Anticipated Graduation Year

2021

Access Type

Open Access

Abstract

Performing arts accessibility increases community inclusivity and provides arts experiences for new audiences and artists by giving individuals the autonomy to participate in art they may have otherwise been excluded from.

This project studies performing arts accessibility at Loyola through the practical application of an accessibility service, open captioning, on a mainstage production, while also exploring the impact accessibility has on audiences and the Loyola performing arts community.

Faculty Mentors & Instructors

Lee Keenan, Senior Lecturer of Theatre, DFPA ; Jennie Martin, Director of Public Programming, DFPA

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Performing Arts Accessibility

Performing arts accessibility increases community inclusivity and provides arts experiences for new audiences and artists by giving individuals the autonomy to participate in art they may have otherwise been excluded from.

This project studies performing arts accessibility at Loyola through the practical application of an accessibility service, open captioning, on a mainstage production, while also exploring the impact accessibility has on audiences and the Loyola performing arts community.