The Essay | Sign Language Is My Language
Within the context of exploring Deafinitely Theatre's work, Deepa explores the complex process of translating Shakespeare plays to British Sign Language and how BSL has its limitations. We do not have signs for every word that exists in the English Dictionary which makes translation difficult. Still, the positives outweigh the limitations. Sign language is very poetic which bodes well for Shakespeare plays in sign language.Tweet
Composer of the Week | Berlioz and Shakespeare: What might have been
Old age brings some bitter blows, but Berlioz finds lightness and laughter in his final work. With Donald Macleod.
Composer of the Week | Berlioz and Shakespeare: Heroes and Devils
Donald Macleod explores more of Berlioz's ambitious experiments in musical storytelling, including an opera based on Virgil's tales of the Trojan War that he'd loved as a child.