The ADHD Project – Virtual or In-Person Performance
Storyteller/Comedian Carlyn Rhamey shares the trials and triumphs of growing up with ADHD and learning to embrace what makes us different. From her diagnosis and placement in a segregated classroom to navigating her “superpower” now as an adult, this is an intimate and honest journey exploring ADHD and celebrating neurodiversity. Welcome to Carlyn’s world of chaos, creativity and combat within her mind!
School Virtual Performance Fee: $488 + HST Audience Size: 500 Format: Live
School In-Person Performance Fee: $548 + HST Audience Size: 300
Grades: 4-12 Language: English
Carlyn Rhamey (She/They) is a multidisciplinary artist and producer based in Hamilton, ON. Her solo shows have earned critical acclaim across the North American Fringe Festival circuit. In 2019 The ADHD Project had a sold out run in the Toronto Fringe Festival and earned the David Seguin Memorial Award for Accessibility in the Arts.
As both a storyteller and disability advocate, Carlyn has performed in conferences across the country including The National AccessAbility Week, CADDAC ADHD Conference and the Innovations in Practice: Western Canadian Conference on Disabilities and Mental Health.
In 2020 Carlyn was presented with the Emerging Artist Hamilton Arts Award. Carlyn also works as a support worker with some awesome people in the disability community. Her dream is to one day become a therapeutic clown!