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Meet Sara

Sara (she/they) is a deaf and disabled comedian, activist, improviser, and workshop educator. Sara uses her work to advocate for wholeness in accessibility. Sara’s goal is to create art and spaces that acknowledge and address the need for inclusivity and accessibility for all. Sara graduated from Dalhousie University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and minor in Gender and Women’s studies. Through her work Sara hopes to create theatre, art, and creative spaces that are radically accessible. 



Kat McCormack 
Eastern Front Theatre 
Artistic Director

Working with Sara is an absolute dream! We have a goal of creating theatre that is accessible for all, and Sara is helping us achieve it. Sara is very easy to work with and comes with both industry knowledge and lived experience, which allows us to relax knowing we are in good hands. The feedback from audiences about the changes we've made with Sara at the helm has been very positive. We're very much looking forward to working with Sara again.

Mariah Godin
Project Manager

When I first began working with Sara, I was incredibly fearful to show my ignorance around these topics. Sara's intersectional approach, combined with warmth and patience, allows those around her to explore their privilege and the dismantling of their own ableist tendencies - all while making them feeling celebrated for exploring those same hard truths.

Colleen MacIsaac 
Villains Theatre
Artistic Producer

Sara is a phenomenal consultant and an inclusive coordinator. Her approach to accessibility has changed not only my own outlook, but also the philosophy of our company. I would work with Sara anytime, and every project she is involved in is made better for her presence. Cannot recommend highly enough!

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