Inside Out Theatre



The point of view ensemble

Directed by Col Cseke

Amazing worlds, not from the regions of outer space, but coming to us right from a sparkling, vibrant universe of imaginations of Calgary children with disabilities. Created by Inside Out’s resident ensemble, Most Imaginary Worlds imaginatively presents stories of hope, gems of hilarity, battles with equality, and triumphs of the human spirit. The work dramatizes the Social Model of Disability, which says that “disability” is caused by the way society is organized rather than by a person’s impairment of difference, and how to remove these barriers. By imagining with young collaborators worlds free of these barriers, we can create on stage worlds and stories built for their happiness and designed for their success.

Accessible performances are an integral part of this production. Offered and facilitated by Inside Out Theatre in consultation with each presenter, accessibility initiatives potentially include relaxed performances, ASL interpretation, audio description, and touch tours.

Most Imaginary Worlds premieres May 3rd and 4th, 2019 at cSPACE King Edward, Calgary, presented by Quest Theatre Society.

For young audiences: recommended for ages 8 and up

Length: 50 minutes plus optional post-show Q&A

Rider available upon request | Available Spring 2020 and beyond