Children of a Lesser God Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

Mark Medoff
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Within the notes of this play, the author of the play has insisted that the actors for the deaf characters must actually be deaf. Part 1: Why do you think the author is so adamant about deaf actors being cast? Part 2: How do you think deaf actors help in the stage production of the play? Part 3: How do you think the play might change if non-deaf actors were used?

Within the notes of this play, the author of the play has insisted that the actors for the deaf characters must actually be deaf.

Part 1: Why do you think the author is so adamant about deaf actors being cast?

Part 2: How do you think deaf actors help in the stage production of the play?

Part 3: How do you think the play might change if non-deaf actors were used?

The idea of being deaf is one that few people can truly understand or appreciate, having always been able to hear. Part 1: Do you think it's possible to understand the idea of being deaf? Why or why not? Part 2: Why do you think it's important to talk about the deaf community? Part 3: Do you feel your perceptions of the deaf community have changed? Why or why not?

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