I love attending the theater, but with hearing loss it can be challenging. The dialogue moves quickly, performers sometimes speak in heavy accents, and the phrasing of the songs can make it hard to understand what is being said. What a dream it would be if the performances were captioned. Well, it turns out some of them are!
DC is not always a fountain of information. Most of the time it is very difficult pulling information out of him. A few weeks ago, he left for his volunteer job at a local theater at 5:00pm (with his job coach, Mrs. H.). Volunteers have to arrive 2 hours before show time to put the programs together for that performance and to get their assignments for that evening. DC is almost always assigned as a greeter – he passes out the programs to the audience members as they walk in and recites his line “Enjoy the show”....more
On this 68th Indian independence day, we would like to share with all of you a glimpse of the dance drama we were a part of. This musical dance drama, called The Tryst with Destiny, is a story about the last phase of the Indian freedom struggle. We were fortunate enough to be a part of this drama in the music and the acting departments. ...more
The play's cast with Fr. Richard Ho LungA week after it was held at the 800-person capacity Halton Theater of CPCC in downtown Charlotte, North Carolina, the musical presentation “The Messiah” remains the talk of the town.“It was hard to find seats...presenting the life of Christ and integrating it with Jamaican culture was interesting and different,” said Raymund Kelly....more
Last night, my best friend Jenna and I went to see the Broadway production, WICKED. We had the worst seats in the house (yet still quite expensive). It was a wonderful show; I was impressed. Pre WICKED, we had appetizers and drinks at CRAVE. It was a great night out- but we can easily have as much fun just meeting up at the local coffee shop.