Patti Durr

Patti is Associate Professor in the Cultural and Creative Studies Department at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York.  Durr was one of the founders of [...]

Patti Durr2019-05-10T14:58:25+00:00

Willy Conley

Conley, a professor and chairperson of the Theatre Arts department at Gallaudet University, is an award-winning playwright who has published in American Theatre, The Deaf Way II Anthology, Deaf World, Theatre For Young Audiences Today, [...]

Willy Conley2019-06-04T15:48:24+00:00

Bernard Bragg

An accomplished actor, director, playwright and lecturer, Bernard Bragg has trekked around the globe for fifty years beginning in 1956 when he studied with Marcel Marceau in Paris upon his invitation. As if that was [...]

Bernard Bragg2019-06-12T17:40:40+00:00

Eugene Bergman

Dr. Eugene Bergman has co-authored with Bernard Bragg the play Tales From a Clubroomand is the co-author, together with Trent Batson, of Angels and Outcasts, an anthology widely used in Deaf Studies classes. More recently, he has [...]

Eugene Bergman2019-06-04T15:41:00+00:00

Stephen Baldwin

Playwright of several Deaf-themed plays. Dr. Steve Baldwin was born on March 2, 1944 in Boston, Massachusetts. Before living in Texas the last 28 years since 1980, he worked in Wisconsin, Louisiana, New Mexico, Massachusetts [...]

Stephen Baldwin2019-04-29T19:22:00+00:00
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