Physical Accessibility

Seattle Cultural Accessibility Consortium

Nonprofit Fundraising

Community-Centric Fundraising

For White Theatre Makers- Broadway

We See You, White American Theatre

Accessibility means many things to many people. To me, it's a focus on feasibility and comfort: economic, physical, mental, and emotional. At the end of the day, it is all about who can really participate in theatre - which should be EVERYONE! 

I do my best to advocate for subsidized tickets, virtual and touring shows, transportation assistance, free or low-cost coaching and classes in various performing arts disciplines. I also constantly look for ways to make spaces I am in more comfortable and optimal for everyone at every step of the process: closed captioning, correctly-graded ramps, programs in Braille and specific languages, Intimacy Coordinators, Racial Justice Advocates, translators, and more. I regularly utilize the resources in the box on the left. They are wonderful!

That being said, I am a human who is always learning and makes missteps and mistakes. For specific questions about my Accessibility Initiatives and mission, please feel free to contact me.


AnnaClaire Day Productions acknowledges that we are on the unceded ancestral lands of the Duwamish (Dkhw Duw’Absh) people. A people that are still here, continuing to steward these lands and fight for their beautiful heritage. In support of the original peoples of this land and their work, ACDP pays Real Rent.