Deafinitely Theatre is a British theater group that utilizes Deaf actors and crews to put on plays in Sign. Here’s what they say about themselves on their own Web site.
Deafinitely Theatre was set up in 2002 by Artistic Director Paula Garfield with Kate Furby and Steven Webb.
We are an independent, professional Deaf-led company.
Our productions are made from a Deaf perspective and aim to empower Deaf culture, identity and pride locally, nationally and internationally.
We create productions in British Sign Language (BSL) and English, which can be understood by everyone and yet retain BSL as the leading language throughout, on and off stage.
With a great lack of Deaf Theatre and millions of Deaf people worldwide, we aim to provide a stage for untold Deaf stories, reflecting and exploring Deaf culture by bringing it front stage.
Deafinitely Theatre aims to build a bridge between Deaf and hearing worlds by showing plays to both groups as one audience. Our plays set out to correct the misconceptions about the Deaf world – as well as correcting Deaf peoples’ misconception of the hearing world.
Here’s the Contact information:
Deane House Studios
27 Greenwood Place
London NW5 1LB
Tel: 020 7424 7360.
(Images courtesy of Deafinitely Theatre.)