Regan Linton
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Regan Linton, MSW, MFA, is an actor, director, writer, and theatre artist from Denver, CO. As a paraplegic theatre professional, Regan has become a nationally-recognized advocate for inclusive practices in the arts. She creates both original work and adaptations of established works that are re-envisioned through the lens of disability aesthetics, and upend stale narratives about non-normative humans. Professional acting credits include Oregon Shakespeare Festival, La Jolla Playhouse, Mixed Blood (MN), the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Pasadena Playhouse, The Apothetae (NY), and Phamaly. Writing highlights include New Mobility Magazine, Theatre Forum, TCG Diversity Salons, and Chalk Rep (LA). Regan was recently honored with the 2020 Denver Business Journal 40 Under 40 Award, the 2017 True West Award for Colorado Theatre Person of the Year, and UC San Diego’s Triton 40 Under 40 Award. Regan has taught and presented in countless academic and community settings, and consistently works with national theatre, film, and television communities around engaging disabled artists.

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