Lessons In Laughter: An Autobiography Of A Deaf Actor
- Publish Date: 2002-11-21
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Bernard Bragg
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To succeed as an actor is a rare feat. To succeed as a deaf actor is nothing short of amazing.Lessons in Laughteris the story of Bernard Bragg and his astonishing lifelong achievements in the performing arts.
Born deaf of deaf parents, Bernard Bragg has won international renown as an actor, director, playwright, and lecturer.Lessons in Laughterrecounts in stories that are humorous, painful, touching, and outrageous, the growth of his dream of using the beauty of sign language to act. He starred in his own television show The Quiet Man, helped found The National Theatre of the Deaf, and traveled worldwide to teach his acting methods.
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