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Colleen Hughes

Colleen Hughes is an arts administrator and theater director. She has worked in arts administration at Signature Theatre, St. Ann's Warehouse, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Berkshire Theatre Group/Berkshire Theatre Festival, New Repertory Theatre, and Orchard House Museum. She has directed plays at Under St. Marks, The Hive, UglyRhino, and American Repertory Theater's OBERON, among others. She received a Bachelor of Science in Theatre from Skidmore College and studied directing at the National Theater Institute. Colleen believes the arts are key to community engagement, outreach, and development, and strives to fulfill that belief both in the office and in the rehearsal room.

Blog Feature

Fiscal Sponsorship | Updates and Announcements | Accessibility | Advocacy | Disability

By Colleen Hughes
March 26th, 2018

Photo by LinkedIn Sales Navigator on  Unsplash It’s easy to think that, thanks to the Internet, our services are 100% accessible, but that’s just not the case. The D/deaf and hard-of-hearing community are still underserved by online video and audio providers, and many websites are still not friendly to screen readers used by people who are blind or low vision. There are still a variety of barriers to using Fractured Atlas’s services, but we’re working on it, and thanks to our time during All Hands and our work with Equity Quotient, we’re growing our understanding and implementation of access.