When quoting, please cite this page. Suggested APA: McDougall, D. (2013). How is it done? TerpTheatre: Sign LanguageInterpreting for the Theatre. http://terptheatre.com/technical.html Danny McDougallDanny McDougall, PhD, CSC — “Dr. Danny” — owns and manages TerpTheatre. Since 1986, he has interpreted in hundreds of plays, musicals and other performances on stage –Continue Reading

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Sign language must be seen to be understood. Shadow interpreting on stage seeks to position the language of the play near the action on stage, so that Deaf patrons have a unified experience: the dialogue combined with the actors’ delivery and performance.Continue Reading

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McDougall, D. (2007). Interpreter Costuming. TerpTheatre: Sign LanguageInterpreting for the Theatre. http://terptheatre.com/costumes.html Danny McDougallDanny McDougall, PhD, CSC — “Dr. Danny” — owns and manages TerpTheatre. Since 1986, he has interpreted in hundreds of plays, musicals and other performances on stage – most in the shadowed style. He teaches and lectures onContinue Reading