04 October 2015

Review of Deaf West's 'Spring Awakening' on Broadway


Photo by Joan Marcus, courtesy Deaf West Theater.
It starts in silence. Maybe it's a shift in lighting, or in the way the actors carry themselves—though they've been on stage, curtain open this whole time—but the audience senses something and is rapt almost instantly. Center stage, Wendla (played by deaf actress Sandra Mae Frank), examines her 19th-century pajama-clad self in a glassless mirror frame. On the other side of the frame, her hearing counterpart, actress Katie Boeck, stands in modern clothing. Read the rest on Vice.com

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