This panel discussion explores the state of training and performance for physically integrated dance—dance that includes both dancers with and without physical disabilities.
The panel addresses: The history of physically integrated dance in Chicago; training available for young dancers; barriers that dancers with disabilities face in the profession; best practices for physically integrated dance training; critical assessment of physically integrated performances; training of educators and choreographers on incorporating dancers with disabilities into work; and preparing audiences to appreciate the art form.
Recorded Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at Access Living.
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