Sun, Jul 24|
Dance and Disability Work-In-Progress Showing
Inspired by a series of near-death experiences, terrible first dates, and childhood diary musings, come see and provide feedback at a work-in-progress showing that explores the psychological journey of coming to grips with queerness, disability, and the corporate world.
Time & Location
Jul 24, 4:00 PM
Washington, 3225 8th St NE, Washington, DC 20017, USA
About the event
About the Showing
Inspired by a series of near-death experiences, terrible first dates, and childhood diary musings, Gorman is creating a new piece—an one-person show that explores the psychological journey of coming to grips with queerness, disability, and the corporate world. Come attend the free work-in-progress showing to see the piece in its earliest stages and provide feedback to the choreographer.
Content Advisory: This piece contains themes of violence.
The ultimate goal of this work is to build it around accessibility for people with disabilities. At this early stage, we're able to provide the following:
- An interpeter for people who are deaf or hearing impaired
- An audio guide for people who are blind or visually impaired
- Fidget devices for people who can benefit from having a sensory item
Dance Place's COVID-19 Policies & Procedures
- All patrons will be required to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 taking place prior to your ticketed performance. If a patron has not received their vaccination against COVID-19, they can show proof of a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours prior to the performance, or a negative antigen test taken the day of the performance. Either a physical card or digital image of the front and back of your vaccination card will suffice.
- All patrons must agree to comply with Dance Place’s mask requirements, which require all patrons to utilize face coverings that cover both the nose and mouth throughout the duration of their time on the Dance Place campus. Dance Place recommends use of a surgical mask, KN95 or N95 versus a cloth mask for decreased transmissibility.
- All patrons must comply with the instructions of Dance Place staff while on the premises, as relates to COVID-19 safety precautions. Religious and medical exemptions are available upon request.
The work-in-progress showing is free and open to the public.