Buzz How To Make A Musical For The Deaf 1 year ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest How do you produce a musical when half the cast cannot hear the music? Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts 100 People Who Took Stupidity To The Extreme December 2, 2016 These amazing handmade crafts were all designed and built by prisoners seeking new skills. January 24, 2016 People Try Avocado Shakes For The First Time March 17, 2016 Take a deep breath and don't worry, we've got some top-shelf tips to avoid air pollution. April 2, 2017 People Try Pumpkin Spice Lattes For The First Time January 9, 2016 Guys Try On Ladies’ Underwear For The First Time // Try Guys January 4, 2016 19 Comments Nicolas Rivera January 8, 2016 KEITH'S VOICE WAS PERFECT Masey Bradway January 8, 2016 JUST CAME BACK FROM THIS SHOW – INCREDIBLE. also i walked right by daniel after the show and forgot to say hello. gah. cher horowitz January 8, 2016 Daniel's facial expressions kill me. I love how expressive people who communicate through sign are with their face. savagebongos January 8, 2016 MY BABIES savagebongos January 8, 2016 LOVE THIS MUSICAL SO MUCH CFY Nailah January 8, 2016 I just saw this play (Spring Awakening) today. It was absolutely amazing, they all did an excellent job. ✨ sporty spice January 8, 2016 this is so inspiring! Sarah Reich January 8, 2016 I just saw this on Broadway and it was so good!!!!!!! They incorporated the ASL really well and it totally made sense. :) Marissa Ramon January 8, 2016 AHHHH YESSSSS!!! alizzahpie321 January 8, 2016 It's been my dream to be in this absolutely beautiful show! I saw the National Tour a while back and fell in love with it. Lina Hanna January 8, 2016 The deaf guy is daniel durant and also he have his own channel. It's letsgofly08. HipchecksandPaperbacks January 8, 2016 So awesome!! Lauren Conrad January 8, 2016 This is so fascinating and amazing. I am a hearing person and I would never want to pity or poo-poo deaf people, but it does break my heart to think that there are people in the world who can't hear music. But that does make me so glad that they're doing this show. Val MsVee January 8, 2016 i thought there was a version of this video with subtitles for the interviews with the hearing people…..if this musical is for a deaf audience, why isn't this video, of the making of the musical, accessible to deaf people. Jordan Mills January 8, 2016 I'm really curious; while performing, hearing actors have to alter the way they speak in order to project in a clear and understandable way so that everyone in the audience knows what they're saying. Is there a way to do something similar with sign language, so that people farther away from the stage can see and understand what's being signed? lovelion2001 January 8, 2016 i hate to say this cuz SA is one of my ultimate faves, but the musical arrangement and singing at least in this clip sounds kinda crappy Skylar Jeffries January 8, 2016 just saw it and it was too amazing for words. beautifullllll Bok Choy January 8, 2016 So sad I wasn't able to see this when it was still in LA. And now it's all the way on the other side of the country -_- shaqman145 January 8, 2016 Spring Awakening is an amazing musical as it is. But the sign language element brings a sense of beauty to the story.