Session Title

The Deaf Everyman and Deaf Snow White Theatre Projects (Documentary Film)

Sponsoring Organization(s)

UNICORN Virtual Museum of Medieval Studies and Medievalism

Organizer Name

Carol L. Robinson

Organizer Affiliation

Kent State Univ.-Trumbull

Presider Name

Pamela J. Clements

Presider Affiliation

Siena College

Paper Title 1

The Deaf Everyman and Deaf Snow White Theatre Projects

Presenter 1 Name

Carol L. Robinson

Start Date

11-5-2017 1:30 PM

Session Location

Fetzer 1005

Description

This is a premier viewing of the final revision of two short films (approx. 30-45 minutes each) are episodes (chapters) of a longer feature film (approx. 60-90 minutes total) that documents the generation of two performances by both deaf and hearing actors and stage crew: 1) For Every Man, Woman and Child--a modern morality inspired by EVERYMAN (written by world-renowned Deaf playwright Willy Conley) and 2) Deaf Snow White (directed by Broadway Deaf actor, Iosif Schneiderman). A version of a film about the Everyman performance (Listening to You, Listening to Me, Listening to Everyone: A Neomedieval, Deaf/Hearing, Community Theatre Experience) was previewed at several locations and events, including the International Conference on Medievalism and the University Film and Video Association Conference.

Carol L. Robinson

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May 11th, 1:30 PM

The Deaf Everyman and Deaf Snow White Theatre Projects (Documentary Film)

Fetzer 1005

This is a premier viewing of the final revision of two short films (approx. 30-45 minutes each) are episodes (chapters) of a longer feature film (approx. 60-90 minutes total) that documents the generation of two performances by both deaf and hearing actors and stage crew: 1) For Every Man, Woman and Child--a modern morality inspired by EVERYMAN (written by world-renowned Deaf playwright Willy Conley) and 2) Deaf Snow White (directed by Broadway Deaf actor, Iosif Schneiderman). A version of a film about the Everyman performance (Listening to You, Listening to Me, Listening to Everyone: A Neomedieval, Deaf/Hearing, Community Theatre Experience) was previewed at several locations and events, including the International Conference on Medievalism and the University Film and Video Association Conference.

Carol L. Robinson