"Drama of the Body: A Performance for the Deaf" is an original, silent, stage play for the Deaf written, directed and produced by David Boles -- and performed live at the Rugters-Newark Department of Theatre -- by undergraduate Honors Level drama students on 12/10/02. The rehearsal and live performances were videographed by the New Media class. These six videos are the raw feeds from each student's camera -- they are not slated nor time-code synched or color-balanced. You may click on each camera stream to get a unique perspective on this special, silent, performance for the Deaf with some of the greatest student actors in the world. Since these are raw footage videos, you may need to fast-forward to the start of the actual performance.
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American Theatre Wing -- Working in the Theatre #137 (September, 1988)
Weeping Water Cafe -- Location [script] (5/3/87)
Westborough Crusaders "Excelsior" Episode 4 [script] (June, 1982)
Westborough Crusaders "Masquerade of Robin Goodfellow" Episode 8 [script] (July, 1982)
The Trial of Standing Bear (1988)
Kidding Around: A Bolesful (1980-83)