Relaxed Performance Report black text on yellow. Erin Ball balances on her arms, prosthetic legs posed behind her.
Michelle Peek Photography. Erin Ball at Cripping the Arts, 2019.

Relaxed Performance: Exploring Accessibility In The Canadian Theatre Landscape is a report commissioned by British Council in collaboration with Bodies in Translation: Activist Art, Technology & Access to Life (a project of Re•Vision: The Centre for Art and Social Justice at the University of Guelph) which outlines the experiences and impacts of Relaxed Performance (RP) trainings delivered by the British Council; and the experiences and impacts of RPs themselves from the perspectives of those working on, attending, and writing about them as we work toward keeping RP vital.

The summary booklet Report Highlights: Exploring Accessibility in the Canadian Theatre Landscape offers highlights and recommendations for training, research and theory, community building, and policy.

These reports were prepared for the British Council by Dr Carla Rice, Dr Andrea LaMarre, and Kayla Besse.

The full report and a summary booklet can be downloaded below. A French copy of the summary booklet is available on our French page.