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Veröffentlicht am Di, den 14.06.2016

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At Huntington, deaf, gay character is focus of powerful new Craig Lucas drama - Wicked Local

There is a lot to take in during the few scenes of “I Was Most Alive With You,” but like the title character in the “Book of Job,” an ancient writing alluded to continuously throughout the play, we can persevere and maintain our faith. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur

Veröffentlicht am Sa, den 11.06.2016

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A New Bilingual Play At The Huntington Puts American Sign Language Center Stage - WBUR

The Huntington Theatre Company in Boston is forging new territory with a world premiere titled, “I Was Most Alive with You.” Every show is bilingual, with hearing and deaf actors performing in two languages: English and American Sign Language. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur
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New play is a celebration of life and deaf culture - EastLondonLines

People of the Eye, the new performance from The Deaf and Hearing Ensemble, should come with a warning. Caution: this show may cause you to see things from another perspective. It’s an autobiographical journey that navigates the lives of two sisters, one deaf, one hearing, inspired by writer and performer Erin Siobhan Hutching’s family, as they adjusted to life with the first deaf person they had ever met. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Soziales Kultur

Veröffentlicht am Fr, den 10.06.2016

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#Music4Dev: Deaf rapper Signmark sign/sings for social inclusion - World Bank Group (blog)

#Music4Dev: Deaf rapper Signmark sign/sings for social inclusion World Bank Group (blog) Fast-forward to now and Signmark is the first deaf person to sign a major record deal. He's performed in over 40 countries, including the United States, Japan, and Ethiopia. His unlikely success in what's generally considered a “hearing” industry is ... [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur
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'I Was Most Alive With You' gives the deaf a second voice - Metro.us

Metro.us 'I Was Most Alive With You' gives the deaf a second voice Metro.us Rather than just having one or two people translating American Sign Language into English (or vice versa) off to the side of the stage, each of the seven actors has their own “shadow interpreter” in “I Was Most Alive With You. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 09.06.2016

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Deaf Crows: Art opens up a different world for Regina students - CBC.ca

For many people in Regina, being unable to communicate with your parents, friends, and the hearing world brings isolation. But now, the youth from the hard of hearing and deaf program at Thom Collegiate in Regina are speaking out. They are sharing their personal narratives through art in a play called Deaf Crows. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur Jugend

Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 06.06.2016

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Feeling the beat: Hoop dancer who is deaf passes tradition to younger generations - Saskatoon StarPhoenix

The beat of the drums reverberates in Burton Bird's chest; it's the only sensation he relies on when he is hoop dancing. “That's how I learned, by the beat of the drum,” he says. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 02.06.2016

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Deaf students to unveil signed video - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

A different kind of music video debuted in Rochester this week, as local deaf and hard of hearing students unveil a completed sign language rendition of hit rock song The Middle Wednesday. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Gebärdensprache Kultur

Veröffentlicht am Mi, den 01.06.2016

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Deaf Dancer Chris Fonseca Teaches Students How To #KeepItMoving - Vibe

After a case of meningitis as a child left him completely deaf, London-based dancer and choreographer Chris Fonseca has defied the odds by continuing to dance and teach despite his impairment. Now, he's fulfilling one of his dreams of teaching hip-hop ... [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur

Veröffentlicht am Fr, den 27.05.2016

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Huntington's 'Most Alive' topples barriers for the deaf - The Boston Globe

When Craig Lucas saw Russell Harvard onscreen with Daniel Day-Lewis in the 2007 film “There Will Be Blood,” he knew he wanted to write a play for the deaf actor. “I was bowled over. He wiped Daniel Day-Lewis off the screen — and Day-Lewis is no slouch.” [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Dolmetschen Kultur
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Feeling the beat: What it's like to be a deaf music fan - ABC Online

It is exactly what American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter Amber Galloway Gallego does for a living. "ASL is a foreign language, it's grammatically different than English," she said. "I'm actually … painting the pictures, more so than just following ... [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Dolmetschen Kultur

Veröffentlicht am Mi, den 25.05.2016

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Deaf group's performance at Mercury opener goes viral - AZFamily

AZFamily Deaf group's performance at Mercury opener goes viral AZFamily "We were very nervous to do it, but when we did it, we were so thrilled to go ahead and share that on social media," Melissa Yingst Huber, the president of Phoenix Deaf Women Organization, said. 'We didn't expect it to go viral. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur Medien
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'Dancing With the Stars' season 22 finale: Deaf model Nyle DiMarco wins - NJ.com

The deaf and oft-shirtless amateur dancer and his pro Peta Murgatroyd beat out mixed martial artist Paige VanZant dancing with Mark Ballas (they placed second) and "Good Morning America" meteorologist Ginger Zee dancing with Valentin Chmerkovskiy. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur Medien

Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 23.05.2016

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Deaf students cheer on 'DWTS' finalist Nyle DiMarco - USA TODAY

Nyle DiMarco is not only a terrific dancer but also an ambassador for the deaf community, making the finals on the TV hit Dancing with the Stars. Wanting to cheer him on in person, Kim Kurz, a Rochester Institute of Technology faculty member, is ... [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur Medien

Veröffentlicht am So, den 15.05.2016

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Delightful! Deaf dance competitors move to the beat - Jamaica Gleaner

At the National Deaf Dance Finals held at the Little Theatre, it was obvious that counting visuals helped to establish the basic rhythm pattern of the dancers and facilitated the development of the inner rhythm and timing for each dance. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Kultur
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