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Unformatted text preview: Tiffany Hott Silent Dinner SPA 211 For my silent dinner, I decided to attend a special Easter play put on the Wilmington Assembly of God. I saw this on deaftattletale.com which is the website you posted about different upcoming deaf activities. I went on Saturday April 23 rd at 7:30pm. It took me about an hour and a half to get there, and it was a pretty large church with a big stage where they performed the play. As the play performed, they had an interpreter that did sign language on the left hand side of the stage. He signed the entire play, and I found myself watching him more than the play itself. He was an animated, enthusiastic signer, which was eye catching and entertaining. I also found myself trying to identify deaf people in the audience, but it was difficult. I believe there was a group of deaf people right in front of him, and I noticed one little boy with a hearing aid watching the interpreter. He was entirely too fast for me to understand his signs, but hearing aid watching the interpreter....
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- Spring '11