Free Improv Disability Accessibility Resources

by Create Access in Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom

Total raised £430

£1,200 target 7 days left
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Keep what you raise – this project will receive all pledges made by 2nd July 2024 at 12:00pm

The aim of this project is to provide free resources, available in multiple forms, to improve disability access and inclusion in improv.

by Create Access in Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom

What is the project?

For the past three and a half years I have been running training courses for improvisers from around the world with the aim of improving disability access and inclusion in the improv community. As a chronically ill performer, it is important to me that improv is inclusive of everyone

As my local consultancy workload increases, I want to make sure all the knowledge and skills included in my courses available for anyone who needs it. As a disabled freelancer I can't afford to do this without support. I am asking members of the improv community to donate a small amount of money each, to fund my time to put all these resources into multiple accessible forms, and host host them online where everyone can access them for free.

The Resources

There are three courses that I will be converting into resources:

-Supporting Disabled, Chronically Ill, and Neurodivergent Improvisers: This course is for improv schools, groups, and teachers.

-Playing Alongside Disabled, Chronically Ill, and Neurodivergent Improvisers: This course is for individual improvisers at any level. 

-Accessible Social Media Basics: This course teaches you how to market your courses and shows on social media in an accessible way.

I am aiming to create these resources in text, video, and audio forms, to make them accessible to as many people as possible. 

Course Reviews

“Create Access has been an integral component of Highwire Improv's training and development programs for years. They provide direct, practical, and kind training about crucial topics in inclusion and support, and their training is rooted in the specifics of improv instruction and performance, which is incredibly rare. The specificity Create Access is able to provide ensures that our management and instructors are well prepared for a wide range of needs across disabled, chronically ill, and neurodivergent community members. “

Highwire Improv


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1:1 30 min consultancy session to discuss any disability access and inclusion issues you need support with

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