Sara Graham

Sara (she/they) is a deaf and disabled accessibility consultant, comedian, activist, improviser, actor, workshop educator, and executive director of the Halifax Fringe Festival. 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 their work Sara hopes to create theatre, art, and creative spaces that are radically accessible. They are
excited to be working with Eastern Front Theatre in creating accessible works in the artistic community.

Notable Projects Include: 

Pride Festival (Halifax Pride 2021 and 2022), MicroDigital project (Eastern Front Theatre 2021), Stages Festival Online (Eastern Front Theatre 2021), Observatory Mansions (Villains Theatre 2021), Adventures (Keep Good Theatre 2021), Toronto Mississippi (Matchstick Theatre 2021), Fat Juliet (Eastern Front Theatre 2021), Early Stages Festival (Eastern Front Theatre 2022), Mayworks Festival (Mayworks 2022), Global Toronto: Creating Accessible Art Panel, Moderator (Small World Music 2022), Macrodigitals Connections (Eastern Front Theatre 2022), Stages Festival (Eastern Front Theatre 2022)