"You can't be, what you can't see!"
People living with disability need to see others who live with disability telling their own stories on stage, before they can dream of one day taking to the stage themselves.
Rachel's love of acting was ignited a school visit from a travelling theatre group. Now, more than 20 years later, she has stage credits in Adelaide, London, Singapore, & more!
Stories take time to unfold
No Strings actors have amazing stories to tell, but they need time & space to develop their acting skills and then be given opportunities to tell those stories through the Performing Arts.
Ryan loves heavy metal music & acting, and at No Strings he found the time & space to build his capacity as a musician and as a professional actor.
The gold needs to be told
The amazing stories that flow out of consultations and workshop programs, are crafted by our Artistic Director and his fabulous No Strings CREW of tutors. Brand new works give voice to the lived experience of disability.
Michaela lives with an acquired brain injury that challenges her memory. She shares her story, along with others, in a new show coming to the stage in Adelaide in July.
With your help, we can tell even more stories!
Our target of $25,000 will help the No Strings CAST tell new stories in our 25th year, including these upcoming performances:
- "Ignitition Point" - giving every member of the No Strings CAST the opportunity to perform on stage in the Adelaide Fringe Festival in February
- "Not All Who Wander Are Lost" - in the DreamBIG Festival in May
- Australian Premiere of "I Forgot to Remember to Forget" in July
- and more...!