Utah students who cannot hear take on Shakespeare

10/10/2011 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Students from the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind participated last week in the 35th annual High School Shakespeare Competition. Students who cannot hear used sign language to act out their roles alongside other students without hearing impairments, as an interpreter on the side of the stage voiced what the students were signing. "Shakespeare translates well because there is so much imagery," said drama teacher Sarah Leathers.

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