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Photo: Where Our Shadows Meet

Where Our Shadows Meet

Theatre Production

An intergenerational story about love, loss and language, told with physical storytelling, live instrumental music, New Zealand Sign Language, and spoken English. This piece is performed by a Deaf and hearing cast and designed to be accessible for d/Deaf and hearing audiences.

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Photo: Salonica


Theatre Production

‘A masterclass in physical theatre’..

‘A poignant story that says so much in so few words..’

‘Absorbingly entertaining..’

An original theatre production exploring a friendship across cultures against the back drop of World War 1. Performed in New Zealand Sign Language, English and Serbian.

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At The End Of My Hands

Theatre Production

Award winning original theatre production performed in both New Zealand Sign Language and spoken English.

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Extraordinary Moves

Film Production

A film documenting a creative project between Equal Voices, Chol Theatre and Sheffield Hallam University, as part of Yorkshire’s response to the Olympic Games. The film explores human movement and perceptions of disability, and was nominated for a Yorkshire Film Award.

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Photo: Sign Theatre Masterclass Aotearoa Performance 2019

Sign Theatre Masterclass Aotearoa Performance 2019

Theatre Production

Co-led by a Deaf/hearing artistic team – Sign Theatre Specialist Denise Armstrong and Dr. Laura Haughey, the team spent 3 days exploring Sign Theatre and developing solo stories for each participant to develop into a live theatre performance which was accessible to Deaf and hearing audiences.

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A Right To Communicate

Film Production

Equal Voices Arts teamed up with Communication Friends Group in Dumfries, Scotland to create this film about communication. It looks at the different ways young people who use ACC (augmentative and alternative communication). The film received over 1000 views during its first week on you tube, and was found to raise awareness of ACC use […]

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