Deaf Culture on Martha's Vineyard Playwriters Adrian Blue and Catherine Rush talk about their new play that focuses on the history of the deaf community on Martha's Vinyard.
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Deaf Culture on Martha's Vineyard

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Deaf Culture on Martha's Vineyard

Deaf Culture on Martha's Vineyard

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Playwrights Adrian Blue and Catherine Rush talk about their new play that focuses on the history of the deaf community on Martha's Vinyard.

Guests:

Catherine Rush, playwright; co-writer of the play This Island Alone

Adrian Blue, theater director; co-writer of the play This Island Alone

Alec Lev, actor, interpreter for Adrian Blue