What do you think of when you hear the word disability? If you're someone who's been affected by disability, please take a moment to tell the world your story.
Seven people gather on a stage. Three use wheelchairs. One is accompanied by her service dog. One man, who speaks using sign language, is accompanied by an actor who will voice what the man signs. One man doesn’t appear to have a disability at all.
This is the cast of Invisible Voices: Six individuals living with various disabilities; six voices, each with its own unique perspective. Over the next 96 minutes, these energetic voices will weave a tapestry of a story. Some of the stories will be sad, but not most of them. For the most part, these voices are happy, confident, challenging. The perfect guides to what is — for most of us — a foreign land.
The Invisible Voices DVD captures this compelling stage show, providing a window into the complex worlds of six individuals who have adapted to and thrived with their disabilities. This is a compelling presentation delivered by those who know, first hand, what it means to be one of the 54 million Americans living with a serious disability today.