Dark Disabled Stories, none of them are to be pitied or victimized.The trio shares humorous and poignant vignettes that underline New York City’s punishing inaccessibility, the hotness and heartbreak of dating and sex, and the sometimes-awkward interactions with strangers whose personal agendas often overshadow the needs of a particular situation.Haddad’s previous solo shows include Hi, Are You Single?
and Falling for Make Believe. His artistic vision is further amplified through integrated access, which includes ASL performance, captioning, audio description, and relaxed performance conventions at every performance.The Off-Broadway production is a sharp-tongued takedown of the bourgeoisie and racial inequity.Haddad is no stranger to acting.
In a recent interview with American Theater magazine, he said, “I think, as a kid, whether it was from ego, or stubbornness, or pompousness or whatever, I was like, ‘I’m a star, I’m a star, I’m gonna be a star.’” The Ohio native made his mark on the New York stage several years ago.
Since then, he has appeared in theaters nationwide and on TV, including The Politician and FX’s upcoming limited series Retreat.The openly gay actor is indeed a star, proof of which can be found in this honest and audacious autobiographical piece.