A series discussing the state of deaf theatre and deaf representation.
Annie Wiegand and JW Guido write about the work of New York Deaf Theatre, and the importance of Deaf by Deaf for Deaf theatre work.
Leah Katz-Hernandez, Receptionist of the United States (ROTUS), writes about the power of having Deaf characters represented in narratives.
Actor Michelle Banks advocates the need for more diversity and inclusion for deaf and hard of hearing actors of color in the American theatre.
In this installment, Playwright and poet Sabina England shares her process for creating performances for deaf and hearing audiences.
Several dozen artists, administrators, and activists met at the Lark Play Development Center in January 2016 to consider challenges and successes and the state of deaf theatre.
Series curator DJ Kurs writes about the history of ASL and Deaf actors.
Howard Sherman writes about the responsibility theatres have to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Author Sara Nović writes about the state of Deaf education, and its implications for the theatre.
Series are collections of content curated around a specific theme. HowlRound works with curators to develop topical pieces meant to spotlight current events and happenings within the commons.