A group of IN-SIGHT clients recently had the opportunity to experience the classic story of It’s a Wonderful Life told in a whole new way at the Gamm Theatre in Warwick, RI.
While everyone is familiar with the Jimmy Stuart class film, the Gamm’s production had a different twist. The actors on the stage were assembled in an old-time radio studio where they presented the play, complete with sound effects, for an imaginary radio audience.
The unique presentation was perfect for people who are blind and visually impaired because there was no action on the stage that needed to be seen in order to follow what was happening.
We appreciate the Gamm giving folks this opportunity to experience this uplifting holiday story!