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March 17, 1989 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-17

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the other hand the lower part
of the helmet.
Blue points out that, just as
in the voice theater, on stage
all signs are done larger than
life, and with a particular
theatrical flourish. "They
have to be richer, but more
crisp," he says. "The signs
have to reach the last person
in the house; but they can't be
too loud for the person sitting
in the front row."
Blue speaks from ex-
perience. "Sign is my first
language," the Boston native
explains. Sign was the
language he used to learn the
Torah — in Hebrew — for his
bar mitzvah. Blue's work on
the stage extends beyond ac-
ting. He's written plays and
has directed for the NTD and
other groups.
"He has a good sure hand,"
says Susan Reeves of the NTD
and has seen his work.
For theater goers — of
whatever stripe — seeing an
NTD play for the first time
can be quite an experience.
"When I was in my junior
year in college I saw the Na-
tional Theatre for the Deaf at
the Eugene O'Neill Theater
Center in Waterford, Conn.,"
recalls Tilchin. "I went out of
my mind," says the West
Bloomfield native. "I went to
Hillel and my parents Asher
and Jeanette Tilchin still live
in the area," she says.
Tilchin, who has worked
with the comedy/improvisa-
tion group, Gross National
Product, and in children's
theater is one of two hearing
actors in the company.
Although she knew some sign
language before she joined
the troupe she was hired
because of her acting
abilities, she explained. "It
combines all kinds of theater
in one voice, movement and
creativity?'
To Blue, the theater has
reached people in very special
ways. "In this production peo-
ple continue to come up and
say, 'That's theater.' " ❑

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