Audio describers work toward more emotional and diverse accessibility tools

The World

Audio descriptions of dance and other performances are an accessbility service initially created so that people who are visually impaired know what’s happening on stage. They have been available for a few decades, but recently, the industry has seen a shift, with some productions creating more exploratory and diverse audio descriptions. The World's Bianca Hillier reports.

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