Theatre Highlights include

The Republic  of Inclusion

Alex Bulmer and Sarah Garton Stanley, co- curators of The Republic of Inclusion, were joined by Keynote Speaker Jess Thom, Experience Designer Jan Derbyshire, as well as Reflective Thinker Eliza Chandler, three powerful artists and leaders all making work informed by their experience of disability. The Republic of Inclusion was made possible through The Collaborations part of English Theatre at Canada’s National Arts Centre in partnership with The Progress Festival and The Theatre Centre.


A one act play about a woman’s journey toward blindness.
Nominated for two awards in Canada and named Time Out Magazine’s Critics Choice in the UK.
Read a review from Now Magazine Toronto
Read an extract from Smudge

The Garden

An outdoor theatre spectacle about love, childhood and the power of story telling.
Read more about The Garden here.
Horizon article about The Garden.


Opening the 2012 Sailing Events at the Olympics, a play about breath and the power of the human spirit.
Kitchener Waterloo Record Kitchener-born writer breathes life into Olympic show.
Breathe – Olympic opening ceremony, Weymouth 2012; short documentary
Profile on Alex after the Olympics; CBC interview
Breathe diaries (in Portuguese)


A ten minute play in headphones written for ‘Lost In Theatre’ at The Royal Court.
Listen to the play on the Royal Court website.

The Book of Judith

Alex performs in this powerful Canadian play inspired by the life and work of disabled artist and educator Judith Snow

Sequins and Snowballs

Alex performs in this entertaining Graeae Christmas production.
Graeae website.