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What Makes an Interpreter Satisfactory or Acceptable?

By Auslan Stage Left in26.09.2015 in Articles

This article was originally published by Hilary Franklin on Deaf Echo. So, I recently had a couple conversations with a pretty cool person, Robin*, who is just really starting to really dive into the field of sign language interpreting. We  had some conversations about  expectations of interpreters, etc. Robin…

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How Interpreted Theatre Empowers The Deaf Community

By Sherrie Beaver in14.09.2015 in Articles

Deaf patrons have missed out on the theatre experience due to lack of performances being available with sign language interpreters. The majority of performances are accessible through captioning; yet English isn’t the first and preferred language of Deaf patrons. Captioning doesn’t have the ability to…

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Performer Interview: Bree Turner

By Ilana Gelbart in07.09.2015 in Interviews

Ilana from Auslan Stage Left spoke with writer and performer Bree Turner about her upcoming Melbourne Fringe Festival show ‘Glory Whole’.  Glory Whole is a coming of womanhood story that explores female sexuality, feminism and a myriad of ‘first times’.   Read on to see what…

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