This thesis explores the methods of the Federal Theatre Project to define and develop accessibility in the theatre and how the contemporary theatre landscape can take these efforts to serve as a lesson and develop a new approach for progressing representation and accessibility. There are many instances of theatres utilizing certain practices from the FTP; however, this thesis demonstrates the need for an all-encompassing adoption of FTP methods by the American theatre community at large. It will serve as a suggestion for the redefining process of the American theatre industry to expand its audience to equally serve the country’s diverse populations.
Falgoust, Lindsey, "The Federal Theatre Project: A Model for Contemporary Lessons in Theatrical Accessibility" (2020). Honors Scholars Collaborative Projects. 35.