Winners

2019 Productions

Above & Beyond
Congratulations!
Destiny, USA
Friendly Fire: The Art and Execution of Friendship
Monica vs. The Internet: Tales of a Social Justice Warrior
Personal Demon Hunter
Red Knows: A Play on Words
Scadding
The ADHD Project
Who You Callin Black Eh?
Young and the Limbless

The Seguin family was delighted to present Squirrel Suit Productions the 2019 David Seguin Memorial Award for Accessibility in the Arts for Carlyn Rhamey’s uplifting solo piece, The ADHD Project.

Writer/Performer Carlyn Rhamey‘s touching autobiographical play conveys both the beauty and difficulty of living with an invisible disability in a way that is authentic, humorous, and joyful.

2018 Productions

Aspergers: More tales of a social misfit
Birds Make Me Think About Freedom
Generally Hospital
The Girl in the Photograph
HERE ME
Lilith
The Merkin Sisters

The Seguin family was delighted to present All Access Sketch the 2018 David Seguin Memorial Award for Accessibility in the Arts for their funny and touching sketch revue Generally Hospital.

The show was equal parts thoughtful and irreverent and highlighted performer Ophira Calof’s unique talents and challenges in ways that were creative and engaging. Congratulations to everyone involved!

2017 Productions Considered

I Am Hope
Les murs ont des yeux
Nourishment
Rise/Fall
SEASONS
Show Your Flames
Universal Horrors

The Seguin family was delighted to present Mia Raye Smith the inaugural David Seguin Memorial Award for Accessibility in the Arts for her outstanding production of I Am Hope.

Special thanks to the jury – Helen Juvonen, Michael McNeely and Nancy Xia brought wisdom, insight, and heart to their deliberations.

The mission of this award is to celebrate artists with disabilities and I Am Hope does exactly that by fearlessly making an invisible disability visible with honesty and humour. Congratulations, Mia!

Tyler J. Seguin, Wendy Seguin, Mia Raye Smith and Thomas Seguin