So, you're blind. Can you sing? Can you play an instrument? Can you act? Can you dance? Of course you can! Join Lizzy Muhammad-Park and her special guests as they pull back the curtain on their successes and struggles as blind people in the performing arts. Be educated, be challenged, be entertained, and be empowered to join us as we work together to make a "Scene Change" for the blind. Presented by the National Federation of the Blind Performing Arts Division: www.nfb-pad.org
Love is Literally in the Air
Take a listen as a blind/sighted, inter-abled couple describes their Cirque du Soleil-style aerial dancing act. Silk, romance and a sense of adventure come together to show us a new way to perform in our special Valentine's Day episode! Connect with the National Federation of the Blind Performing Arts Division. Web: www.nfb-pad.org. Facebook: National Federation of the Blind Performing Arts Division. Twitter: @nfb_pad
Shattering Assumptions: Blind Comedians are Real!
Blind comedy - how does that work? We'll hear from two outstanding blind comedians, Shannon Cantan and David Glasspool, on how they got started in the genre, how adversity shapes presentation, the dos and don'ts of blind jokes, and what's on the horizon. Connect with the National Federation of the Blind Performing Arts Division! Website: www.nfb-pad.org. Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/PerformingArtsDivision. Follow us on Twitter: @nfb_pad
All Things Strings!
Learn about the cello and the violin from Leslie Hamric and Julia LaGrand. Details: Descriptions of instruments, proper bowing, orchestral performance adaptations, and audition accommodations. Connect with the National Federation of the Blind Performing Arts Division! Website: www.nfb-pad.org. Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/PerformingArtsDivision Follow us on Twitter: @nfb_pad
Blind Ballet? Why Not?
We know there are many blind musicians out there, but what about dancing? Blind people can’t see what other dancers are doing on stage. Surely they can’t perform in the same way. Not so fast! On this episode, Lizzy is joined by three ballet dancers who are successful at their craft and share with us how it’s done.
Meet the Blind, Meet the Leaders, Meet PAD!
On this White Cane Awareness Day, the NFB Performing Arts Division is proud to present the premier episode of Scene Change! On this podcast, we meet the Performing Arts Division in a more intimate way as we have fun talking with some of the leaders who make our division (and this podcast) work. Join Katelyn MacIntyre, our beloved President; Lizzy Muhammed-Park, our Vice President and the host of Scene Change; and Precious Perez, one of our Board members, as they share their experiences and their love of the performing arts. Let's learn and laugh with these three leading ladies!
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Welcome to Scene Change!
Thanks for subscribing to Scene Change! Enjoy this tiny preview of what you'll hear on our first episode and what the podcast is all about. Episode 1 is coming October 15!
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