interpreting Tag

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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Our Theatre Scrapbook: August 2015

By Auslan Stage Left in03.09.2015 in Our Theatre Scrapbook

Have a look at what we did this August!   Tuesday August 4th TSOL Live: Unlearning The Deakin Edge, Melbourne. Interpreters: Julie Judd and Anna Vost       Thursday August 6th I Am A Miracle Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne. Interpreters: Erin Gook and Cheryl Sandilands Language Consultant: Irene…

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Behind the Scenes: Jayde Kirchert and ‘Nude’

By Ilana Gelbart in21.08.2015 in Interviews

Ilana from Auslan Stage Left spoke with director and writer Jayde Kitchert about her new show ‘Nude: Beneath the Beauty Spot’.  Nude is a one-woman show that puts a new spin on the stories and songs of the greatest sex star that ever lived: Marilyn…

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Fringe Interpreter Signs Shows for the Deaf

By Auslan Stage Left in13.08.2015 in Articles

This article was originally published on Evening Edinburgh News.   AS performers go, he’s now well and truly a Fringe regular – despite never speaking a word.   Paul Belmonte, 44, is now in his eighth year as a sign language interpreter at the event….

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How Many Sign Language Interpreters Does It Take….

By Auslan Stage Left in20.07.2015 in Articles

This article was first published by Kaitlyn on The Creative Pensieve.  … to screw in a light bulb? (Or, ‘How to Explain Interpreting for the Theatre or Concerts in a Nutshell’). Imagine a stage where the spotlight has burned out. Someone needs to replace the light bulb in…

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Performer Interview: Euan Doidge

By Ilana Gelbart in16.07.2015 in Interviews

Ilana from Auslan Stage Left met with musical theatre performer Euan Doidge  before his performance as Marius in the internationally acclaimed Cameron Mackintosh production of Les Miserables. Originally from Mt Gambier in South Australia, Euan landed his first major role, Paul San Marco, in the…

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Behind the Signs: Karen Clare and ‘Les Misérables’

By Auslan Stage Left in14.07.2015 in Behind the Signs

Auslan Stage Left goes behind the signs with some of our interpreters to find out more about a specific show they have worked on. What was their process? What were some challenges? Today Karen Clare talks about her experience working on the acclaimed Cameron Mackintosh production of…

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