For one night only, what if all your dreams became accessible? No able-bodied jerks, bi-ped pity party or hero-crip inspiration porn – just an all-access space to dance those wheels around. Join us for a celebration of sex and disability.
Andrew Gurza, Frank Hull, and Ken Harrower have come together to create a space where the disabled and able-bodied can speak to experiences that rarely, if ever, are seen on stage. Immediate and intimate, provocative and personal, and most of all incredibly hot and sexy, Access Me welcomes all bodies to our queer disability sex-positive space.
About Boys in Chairs Collective
Comprised of Andrew Gurza, Ken Harrower, Frank Hull, Jonathan Seinen, and Brian Postalian, the Boys in Chairs Collective is developing a fun, sexy, and honest exploration of the experiences of queer disabled men. Andrew Gurza, Frank Hull and Ken Harrower have come together to speak to experiences that rarely, if ever, are seen on stage. Immediate and intimate, provocative and personal, ACCCESS ME brings a queer perspective to conversations around sex and disability. This work-in-development also received a public workshop presentation as a part of SummerWorks 2017 Lab Series.
About Cahoots Theatre
Cahoots Theatre Company is dedicated to the creation, development and production of new works that investigate the complexities of Canada’s cultural diversity, and examine the intersections of these cultures. Diversity is more than race, nation of origin and ethnicity. It also encompasses gender, sexuality, ability, language and class.