Tim Wambach from “Handicap This!” productions.
We turned our story into a two man staged show called Handicap this!” We use Mike’s and I’s relationship as a kind of the thread that goes through the needle of the show. Mike has cerebral palsy and has virtually no movement in his arms and legs. Through the years we formed a special relationship and navigated the water of special needs together. We eventually started telling our story to a wide variety of groups that led to the two-man show. The core message we share is inclusion and acceptance, and we do it in an entertaining and fun way.
Colleges tend to be our best audience, but we hit every audience K-12, college, and organizations. We just tailor our message depending on the group. The show plays best in a theater, but we’ve done the show in a variety of places. Two hundred people is typically the lowest you’d want to go from the cost prospective thing, the bigger the audience the better!
We’ve created an online program for middle