When drama teacher Christina Kokubo realised how ‘silent’ The Braille Institute in California was she decided to prove that her new students may have lost their sight, but not their voices. They were so traumatized when they heard their voices out loud, that it took them months to vocalize a single word.
Amazingly one year later, students perform their first play to teachers and friends. A journey from solitude and silence, to a 15 show run of the play “Private Eyes.”
The troupe remarkably achieves success proving the acting program changes the lives of both performers and volunteers.