On this week's episode of The Access Champions Podcast we sit down with NYC actor and advocate with autism, Andrew Duff. We chat about his journey with the arts and what theatre taught him about himself. We talk about his time at Autism Speaks and his thoughts on the evolution of their mission. We also get to hear about what it was like be a part of Tectonic Theater Project's latest play this past fall, Uncommon Sense.
Check out the video Autism Speaks produced about Andrew last month here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QvNqWsGY…&feature=youtu.be
Check out his solo show here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Kyp7l5hJaQ
And here is the article from American Theatre about Gala Pro: www.americantheatre.org/2018/04/16/ga…orm=hootsuite
On the debut episode of the podcast I get to chat with both Aliza Greenberg and Alison Mahoney from the Museum Access Consortium's Supporting Transitions Program. We talked about the program, where it came from, where it's headed, and what the journey has been trying to engage cultural organizations to help solve the underemployment happening in the cognitive/developmental disability community. Learn more about the Museum Access Consortium at www.museumaccessconsortium.org
Welcome to the ACCESS CHAMPIONS PODCAST where we sit down with Access Champions and Inclusion Warriors from around the world to find out: