A unique Israeli theater company presents the world’s first professional deaf-blind theater. They’re captivating audiences in Israel by blending touch, mime, sign-language and music in a cabaret-style show about dreams and disability.
Billed as the world’s first professional deaf-blind theater company, only three of Nalaga’at’s actors can speak. One hears a little if you shout directly in her ear and a few still have some vision. But they all communicate primarily through touch.
Following the show visitors experience dining in total darkness while being served by blind waiters.
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