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A new kind of listening [videorecording] / a film by Kenny Dalsheimer.

Contributor(s): Dalsheimer, Kenny | Groove Productions.
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: Durham, N.C. : The Groove Productions, c2009Description: 1 videodisc (57 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Other title: DVD.Subject(s): Reho, Richard | Mueller-Medlicott, Chris | Community Inclusive Theater Group (Durham, N.C.) | Experimental theater -- North Carolina | People with disabilities and the performing arts | Drama -- Therapeutic useGenre/Form: Documentary films.
Production Credits: Director, cinematographer, editor, Kenny Dalsheimer ; co-producers, Kenny Dalsheimer, Polly Medlicott ; theatrical director & consultant, Richard Reho ; theatrical music composed and performed by Annie Graves.
Summary: "A new kind of listening takes us inside the Community Inclusive Theater Group as director Richard Reho inspires cast members - some with disabilities- to be writers, actors, and dancers in an original collaborative performance piece. Chris, a young man who has never spoken a word and has been mislabeled profoundly mentally retarded, breaks through into stunning self-expression. Together they prove that a small community arts initiative has the power to transform lives"--Container.
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Director, cinematographer, editor, Kenny Dalsheimer ; co-producers, Kenny Dalsheimer, Polly Medlicott ; theatrical director & consultant, Richard Reho ; theatrical music composed and performed by Annie Graves.

"A new kind of listening takes us inside the Community Inclusive Theater Group as director Richard Reho inspires cast members - some with disabilities- to be writers, actors, and dancers in an original collaborative performance piece. Chris, a young man who has never spoken a word and has been mislabeled profoundly mentally retarded, breaks through into stunning self-expression. Together they prove that a small community arts initiative has the power to transform lives"--Container.

Sponsored by the Southern Documentary Fund.

DVD, NTSC; standard format.

In English with optional subtitles in English.

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