Dance teacher Franklin Adams asks Roarke to give his deaf student Sheila Richards the gift of hearing; and Evan Watkins must control his compulsive gambling or lose custody of his daughter.
Did You Know?
A deaf dancer, particularly in a company or class of deaf dancers, would be no more solely dependent on visual cues than hearing dancers. During initial choreography she would require signed instructions, but for rehearsal & performance, she could feel the vibrations of the music. See more