Kim Kilpatrick – Flying in the dark: a blind woman’s story

Kim Kilpatrick Bio

Kim Kilpatrick is a professional storyteller,  music therapist, radio show host, disability awareness and access technology trainer.  Kim co-hosts a radio show by, for and about people with disabilities on CKCU FM 93.1 on Tuesday mornings from 9 to 10 AM.  Kim has also led radio camps and workshops for people who are blind or have low vision.

Kim has created and performs her one woman show “Flying in the dark” to audiences of all ages, where it is always well received.

This show describes through story what it is like to live and thrive as a person who is blind.

Kim has performed this show in Ottawa in many places including on the NAC Fourth Stage and at the Gladstone theatre.

She is an artist with MASC and performs in schools and other venues.

Kim has also been featured in Montreal, Toronto, and in other parts of Ontario.