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A thoughtful and fun conversation between Griffin James and Teal Lepley about writing and performing new works, and accessibility practices for theatre-makers and audience members.
Teal Lepley is a writer, playwright, and performer based in Raleigh, NC. An alumna of NC State University, she won the Creative Artist Award in 2016 as a student for her original full length play Of Ghosts and Strangers. In addition to plays, she writes long and short form fiction, as well as articles about local theatre productions and accessibility topics. As a performer, she will next appear in NC State TheatreFEST's production of Assassins in June.
- Virtual Theatre and its Potential for the Disability Community
- Disability in Theatre
- Assassins Tickets
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