Marlene Le Roux is a CEO at Artscape Theatre Center in Cape Town, South Africa which staged 737 performances in the previous financial year, attracting approximately 380 000 visitors. Artscape has been on a transformational journey since 1994 (post-Apartheid) to be an inclusive space for previously marginalised communities, becoming a creative home for all. Flowing from her gender and disability activism, a Women/Humanity Arts Festival, also embracing LGBTIQ people is hosted every year and the annual ArtsAbility Festival, South Africa’s premier Integrated Arts Platform presents a display of collaborative artistic works by artists with mixed-abilities and from mixed genres in celebrating the International Week for People with Disability. Artscape also reaches out to schools and communities in rural areas who seldom have the opportunity to attend professional theatre with the annual Rural Outreach Programme. In support of additional development the Artscape Schools Programme offers high school learners a “behind the scenes” insight from a technical and management perspective.