Katie Mann
November 14, 2017

On September 16th, I had the privilege to see Addy and Uno at The Theater at the 14th Street Y in New York City! It was an honor to be in the audience and witness the children around me learn from this heartfelt, informative new show. The older I become and the more theatre I… Read More

“Be Safe. Be Brave. And Always Be Respectful!” These are the 3 rules of theatre! In this blog, let us consider “Be Brave”  for parents of a child with special needs. In a theatre workshop, being brave means trying new things and not being afraid; but what does it mean from a parent’s perspective? When… Read More

My childhood was dominated by Barbie. She decided much of my schedule; dinner time was pushed back and back until my mother broke the doll’s spell by shutting her away in the DreamHouse and banning me from the playroom. I got over my tears by the entree. I recognize a similar affinity in my nephew’s… Read More

We are constantly answering questions about how to introduce the art of theatre to individuals with disabilities. Of course, why we have a passion to introduce theatre to this population requires a discussion on equality, opportunity and choice. In our quest to fully reflect the mission of 4th Wall, we focus on the concepts of… Read More