John Loeppky is a theatre artist currently working in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Since 2015, John has worked in various capacities with Listen to Dis' Community Arts Organization Inc., Saskatchewan's only disability-led disability arts organization. John's primary impulse is as a writer, but he has also worked as a theatrical designer, stage manager, and producer. He has worked on multiple symposiums at the University of Regina, including 2015's Navigating Home to Homeland, alongside productions like Small Boy DREAMS, Re(Measure), The King Stag, and the Philistines. John has also taught, via Listen to Dis', through the City of Regina, Sask Abilities, Astonished! and in partnership with Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan's peer movement series.
As part of his work with Listen to Dis', John creates with The Other Ordinary, Canada's only crip touring company. The two shows the company has produced, Neither Heroes nor Ordinary People, and Mine to Have, are focused on the disabled or crip experience. John is currently studying for a Master's in Fine Arts at the University of Regina, focusing on disability, identity, and solo performance.
He can be reached at John@Jloeppky.com