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ACT Theater Redefines the Deaf Theatergoer Experience - With the Help of deaffriendly Training

Posted by: Staff Writer on March 25, 2019  |  Comments

Life doesn’t imitate art at one of Seattle’s three largest playhouses, where one unusual set full of chain-link fences symbolizes divided worlds. 

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#DeafTalent in God of Carnage

Posted by: Staff Writer on April 20, 2015  |  Comments

Deaf Spotlight produces their annual play using an all Deaf cast to showcase #DeafTalent at 12th Avenue Arts Mainstage in Seattle, WA.  This year’s production is directed by a local Pacific Northwest Deaf director Ryan Schlecht and the play chosen, God of Carnage, grapples with the questions- what is the nature of violence and who is to blame?  A boy hits another boy with a stick and where do we go from here? Four parents in a living room wrestle with this thorny question.  What unfolds is an evening of exploration into marriage, parenting, violence, gender roles, classism, and the ways we live our lives in direct accordance to our willingness or unwillingness to take personal responsibility for the world we live in.

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Deaf-Friendly Showcase: Ark Lodge Cinemas’ Open-Captioning Breakthrough

Posted by: Staff Writer on Jan. 23, 2013  |  Comments

Once upon a time not too long ago, a deaf film buff’s quest to find open captioning options at the movie theaters felt strikingly like an arduous quest across Middle-earth to reclaim a mountain from an evil, fiery dragon. If the script seems familiar, that’s because you’ve just seen the “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” via open captioning at a new local deaf-friendly business in Seattle: Ark Lodge Cinemas on Rainier Avenue.

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A Signing Santa and the Miracle on 6th & Pine

Posted by: Staff Writer on Dec. 25, 2012  |  Comments

Yes, Virginia, Santa Claus and his elves know sign language. If you’ve been good, you can SIGN your wish list as you sit on the Jolly One’s lap at Nordstrom Santa’s Lane in Seattle, WA.

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Howie Seago Infuses Deafhood, ASL into Oregon Shakespeare Festival Roles

Posted by: Melissa echo Greenlee on April 16, 2012  |  Comments

Talk about turning Shakespeare on its head. By powerfully portraying characters we perceive to be hearing, Howie Seago is here to shatter the mold this summer. Not once, but twice.

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Reviews by Advocates & Champions

Rachel Berman

Rachel Berman

Starbucks

There was a woman who knew some signs near the front and helped guide us where ...

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ktquiet

ktquiet

Julia Cameron's Magical Mystical Massage Tour

In order to support the Deaf Ecosystem, I try to obtain services/visit Deaf-owned businesses whenever ...

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Chelsea Johnson

Chelsea Johnson

Cinerama

**UPDATE** 

I'm happy to share that we reached out and the General Manager, Brian, responded with ...

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Jane

Jane

Atwater Street Tacos

After we went kayaking right on the property, we had lunch there.   We noticed a ...

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