Chilean theater director Ignacia González Torres analyses the selection tests, which each applicant is required to pass, in order to enter higher studies in chilean theater schools. Ignacia problematizes both the medical orientation of these tests as well as the material and immaterial obstacles that tend to leave out future students, who despite any “disabilities” are more than capable of being functional creators. In doing so Ignacia sheds light on how these norms define both the type of bodies that produce theater in Chile as well as their target audiences. The ableism system and its presence in theatrical practice results in problems of accessibility, forms of segregation and discrimination. The following dissertation visits the concepts of inclusion and disability, unveiling the role that the performing arts have in the development of non-disabling devices and expansive practices. Keywords: ableism, accessibility, disabling society, expansive practices.