We Are Here.

My conversation with Dana unexpectedly became a mixture of motherhood strategy and IFCAP strategy, motherhood purpose and IFCAP purpose. I told her I did not want to disappear, to be rendered invisible. I was scared that if I continued our hiatus, both I and IFCAP would evaporate forever from everyone’s minds, but I was not sure how to proceed.


Pregnancy Handbook for Actors and Stage Managers, Pt. 1 | Parent Artist Advocacy League for the Performing Arts

When life collides with work, too often pregnant women are left on their own to navigate the ins and outs of employment, seeking employment, asking for adjustments in employment, or - as some whispers indicate - facing termination of employment. While we hope to put an end to the discrimination of pregnant people in the... Continue Reading →

The Three Things: How to Talk to a Pregnant Person

How is it that we, as a society, have not established an acceptable pregnancy etiquette? Calling out rampant ignorance and disrespect in our culture toward expectant mothers while tackling the question "what is acceptable discourse?": PAAL contribution rep and theatre artist/mother Catherine Mueller

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