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Conventional interpreting and Interactive interpreting

I want to describe what was different about the interactive performance of Beauty and the Beast but in order to do that I need to say something about other interpreted performances I’ve been to. Not many. I went to a production of Measure for Measure years ago at Stratford RSC which was interpreted. I can […]

Off to see ‘Beauty and the Beast’ !

Well, about a year ago one of the students I tutor told me about an interpreting technique developed to allow deaf children better access to the theatre. Instead of the BSL interpreter standing at the edge of the stage and signing from there, the interpreter (or interpreters) weave in amongst the actors on stage and […]