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Theater Review (NYC Broadway): Deaf West’s ‘Spring Awakening’

Spring Awakening Deaf West Broadway

This isn't the first show I've seen featuring deaf actors. But it's the first on a Broadway scale, and the first musical. It is, to switch metaphorical senses, eye-opening. Read More »

Theater Review (Seattle): ‘Sound’ by Don Nguyen at Azeotrope

L to R: Lindsay W. Evans, Cheyenna Clearbrook, and Ryan Schlecht. Photo by Richard Nguyen Sloniker.

Like the deaf teenage girl at its center, Don Nguyen’s 'Sound' is caught between two worlds. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): The Miracle Worker at Actors Co-op

William Gibson's Tony award-winning 1959 classic receives a nicely-performed but complicatedly-staged revival in Hollywood. Read More »

Book Review: Through Sophie’s Eyes by Catherine Gibson, Illustrated by Robert Noreika

Music speaks to us in many different ways; read how Sophie became a dancer despite a “disability.” Read More »