A storytelling opportunity


Be a part of a storytelling experience


You are invited to be a part of a storytelling experience that is taking place soon. Please read the description below, listen to the story, “A blind man’s first time alone on a ski lift,” and complete the information link to get more details as they are available.


“There’s a lot to be said for someone who can get up on stage and tell a personal story in front of a room full of strangers. It takes guts and confidence and a clear voice.” (Ex Fabula, 2021)

Everyone has a story. Your story is unique and, at the same time, may be just what someone else needs to hear. We are in the process of planning a storytelling workshop experience focusing on the inclusion of persons with disabilities, also including persons at the intersection of disability and the LGBTQ community. A guiding principle of the experience is, “We are all whole persons, no matter how we may be seen by others.”


Ex Fabula created the Equal Access project to enable more individuals with disabilities to tell their stories on Ex Fabula stages. This initiative not only celebrates individuals with disabilities as assets to the Milwaukee community, it also allows audience members to learn by hearing perspectives that are sometimes overlooked.

This is a collaboration between Mainstreaming on Main Street® and Ex Fabula. We are anticipating workshop experiences lasting from one to three hours. The workshops may be held in-person, virtually, or a mix of both depending on participant preferences.


If you are interested in participating in this storytelling experience please share your Contact information through the linked form by Friday, March 17. We will let you know more information about dates, times, and other details as they develop. For more information, contact Dan Lococo by email]( at dan.lococo@gmail.com).