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ASL Interpreted Theatre Workshop
ASL Interpreted Theatre Workshop Saturday May 14th 2011
Mise-en-scène, or “placing on the stage,” is said to describe design elements of a theatre or film production. Often ASL interpreters work in isolation from a production design staff’s decision that may influence interpretation formation. This workshop session will train participants to use technical script analysis and system theory* to 1) optimize translation and rehearsal time for the interpreting team , 2)identify the roles of theater production and administration staff, and describe their responsibilities as they relate to the ASL interpreting team and 3) describe varying ways that an interpreting team can work collaboratively within the production and administrative staff’s system.
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