Published in Theatre Research in Canada, this article draws on qualitative, embodied, and quantitative data to critically reflect on the potential for integrated dance theatre work to contribute to training future professional artists with disabilities, to enrich curriculum for students without disabilities, to inform theory and practice in the field of art for social change, and to positively affect the perceptions and experiences of people living with disabilities.
Full citation: Doolittle, L. Makoloski, C. Chasse, C. Boyd, P. and Yassi, A. (2016) “May I have this dance? Teaching, performing, and transforming in a university-community mixed-ability dance theatre project.” Theatre Research in Canada, special edition edited by Kirsty Johnston on Theatre and Disabilities. 7300 words. Volume 37, Number 2 (Fall 2016) (In press).