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attended Feb 24 2011

Theatre by the Blind, the country's only entirely blind performed their original play "Decider". The story is about a tormented artist who enters a new realm and meets an evil dictator who is tormenting a town and tries to enlist the artist into...continued

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CRE Outreach presents a Changing Perceptions/Theatre by the Blind production, Decider, a new play by Colin Simson, directed by Greg Shane.

When The Decider rises to power and puts a ban on creativity, Shadow, a tormented artist, must chose whether to use his talents for personal gain or for the benefit of those he loves.

Shadow, a struggling artist, is faced with a life-altering choice – - whether to endure the hardships of life as a starving artist, or conform to the trends of institution and society. That choice is tested when he journeys to a colorful community of artists and inventors that is being controlled by The Decider, a ruthless dictator. After ordering a decree that places a ban on creativity, The Decider enlists Shadow to carry out his final orders and take ultimate control over the community. Once again, Shadow is faced with a critical choice, but this time more lives than his own are held in the balance.


Decider_ is an original production by the only entirely blind theatre troupe in the United States.

Cast features Stacey Callier, Arnette Coates , Cookie, Bert Gross, Melanie Hernandez, Leela Kazeroni, Maria Perez, Ernest Pipoly, and Tori Taite.