Should Characters With Disabilities Only Be Played by Actors With Disabilities?
When I was younger, I loved acting and performing in high school. Some of the roles I played were president of Almalou Records in “Bye Bye Birdie”, a degenerate gambler looking to play in the oldest established, permanent floating crap game in New York, in “Guys and Dolls”, and a knight of The Round Table in “Camelot”. I love theater, film, and all the other performing arts.
MBS’s Rhea Guntalilib Wrote a Book!
“Rhea is a shining example of what access to the right tools means for promoting Ability while creating infinite possibilities in life.
Situational Disability: The “Other” Disability
By Albert J. Rizzi, M.Ed. My disability happened very quickly. My illness was like a freight train out of control without any
Eye-Opening: A Story of Friendship, Fishing & Adventure
Guest Blog Post by Eric Carter Spurio This life offers each an opportunity to paint their own portrait. Despite the definitions of
2022: The Year of People with Disabilities
By Albert J. Rizzi, M.Ed. As we turn the final page on 2021 and open a new chapter on 2022, it’s my
Tidings of ‘Dis’-Comfort and Joy: A Meditation on the Holiday Spirit in 2021
By Albert J. Rizzi, M.Ed. As we enter another holiday season, the optimist in me wants to be filled with the magic,