I see, I see what you don't see

To include others, with and without disabilities, into part of her story and her struggle, Aysegul Karaca together with us developed a performance for young people : I see I see what you don’t see. This performance is available from March 2019 until November 2020.

Living with a physical disability

Aysegul Karaca, actress and singer, sees poorly. She goes through life with an eyesight of only twenty percent. Moreover, she has a wobble eye, so her disability can also be perceived by everyone. For a long time she didn’t want to face that. She wanted to be a normal girl, not realising that she was running away from herself and even exhausting herself. Little by little she learns to embrace her disability and to live with it.

Theatre about physical disabilities: I see, I see what you don’t see

Results

  • 10-15 performances
  • Organising a dialogue after the performance about how people perceive someone with a disability
  • Encourage reflection and behavioral change towards people with disabilities
  • Renewing the storytelling theatre genre by mixing personal stories with theatre.

Partners

  • Aysegul Karaca (actress)
  • Celil Toksoz (director)
  • Anne van Delft (compilation)
  • Production by the Storytelling Theatre Lab (part of the Storytelling Centre Foundation, in collaboration with Theatre Rast.

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