Celebrating 30 Years of Phamaly!
Created by Phamaly Actors Stephen Hahn, Molly Nash, Laurice Quinn, Lucy Roucis, Linda Wirth, David Wright, and Gregg Vigil, in Collaboration with Charlie Oates, Jaimie Henthorn, and Regan Linton
Directed by Charlie Oates
Phamaly’s new educational touring show tells the stories of famous artists throughout history who were masters of their craft and who live(d) and work(ed) with a disability.
Studio Loft, Denver Performing Arts Complex
Directed by Regan Linton
Musical Direction by Donna Debreceni
Choreography by Debbie Stark and Ronni Stark
Against the backdrop of Chicago's roaring 20s, celebrity hopeful Roxie Hart stands accused of murder. Imprisoned in Cook County Jail alongside her longtime idol Velma Kelly, there's little hope for anything but a complete downfall into utter obscurity.
Written by Various Playwrights with Disabilities (TBD)
Directed by Six Local Directors/Theatre Artists (TBD)
Six plays. Six playwrights with disabilities. Six human senses…yes, six. (Or perhaps more.) For the first time, Phamaly Theatre Company presents a one-act play festival featuring the work of playwrights with disabilities, with short plays that engage, explore, or challenge the human senses.