The play ‘Crippled’ makes you a stronger, more sensitive human being
The Telegram Letters to the Editor (Aug 24 2019)
'Crippled' exceeds expectations
Tracy O'Brien, The Telegram (July 1, 2019)
CRIPPLED was a triumph
Jarod Burden, The Muse (March 5, 2018)
Don't miss Paul David Power's 'Crippled'
Wendy Rose, The Telegram (Feb 10, 2018)
Rave reviews after premiere of "Crippled"
Damsel in a Dress (Feb 7 2018)
You must see this play!
Tiptoeing Through (Feb 4 2018)
Five Star Review
Grid City (Aug 26, 2017)
REVIEWS (SOCIAL MEDIA) Theatre and Community Leaders
International Media Coverage (selected): "Crippled" US Tour 2019
In Feb/March 2019 "Crippled" made national and international news when the question of considering disability theatre as culturally unique was raised as part of the process to accept invitations to tour the US.
NL play stopped at border (CBC National)
Paul David Power hit a wall (CBC Editorial)
U.S. won’t allow performance of Newfoundland play about man with disability (Global News)
Newfoundland play about man with disability denied visa (National Post)
Theatre barred from US (The Telegram/Saltwire Publications Atlantic Canada)
US won't allow canadian playwright to stage show in San Francisco (CTV News)
US wont allow performance of NL play about man with disability (The Star)
Open Arts, Closed Borders? The Struggle to Bring International Talent to Bay Area Stages.
(TBA: Theatre Bay Area)
EXIT Theatre Cancels Show After US Immigration Blocks Canadian Performer (KQED/PBS)
MEDIA COVERAGE (print, radio, tv, web)
Table Read & Community Discussions
Report calls for more diversity in Atlantic Region theatre (May 10, 2017)
January 19, 2017: St. John's NL
Our table read and community discussion in St. John's NL was a great success. Check out Julie Brocklehurst's blog "Tip Toeing Through.."about the night.
March 28, 2017: Halifax NS
We had a great time visiting The Bus Stop Theatre in Halifax for our table read and community discussion.
March 31, 2017: Moncton NB
Our table read and discussion in Moncton NB was really interesting thanks to a lively and engaged audience! Some great views on disability and theatre!