The Power of Communication,and Who Controls It
| June 4, 2019
Kitchen Theatre closes its season with Nina Raine’s play ‘Tribes”. Director Bevin O’Gara talks about the play that combines spoken dialogue with American Sign Language to tell the story of a young deaf man who is feeling drawn to the signing community, and away from his non-signing family.
Photo credit: Kitchen Theatre
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