One of the primary functions of the Physically Handicapped Actors and Musical Artists League is to help normalize the way other people perceive and behave toward folks with disabilities. The handicapped actors of the PHAMALy troupe don’t want you to turn your eyes away from them, or, conversely, treat them as if they are “special.” In their world, sitting in a wheelchair or being deaf is just another part of being human. And that intention is particularly addressed in the company’s annual comedy show, now in its fourth year. The thirteen cast members — whether deaf, blind or a wheelchair-bound double amputee — did a lion’s share of writing and developing... More >>>