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Williams initiated services to other unserved segments of the deaf population, provided valuable insights into the behavioral aspects of deafness, produced needed data on the employment status of deaf people, helped to establish much needed community and counseling services for deaf people, established the National Theater of the Deaf, the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf, the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association (ADARA), and postsecondary programs for deaf people at existing colleges.
Also considered are the works of playwright Robert Wilson and the National Theater of the Deaf; Asian-American director Ping Chong and his works Undesirable Elements and East/West Quartet; and deafness and ethnicity in Seattle dance troupe Ragamala's production of Transposed Heads.
A search is under way for a new artistic director for the Chester-based national Theater of the Deaf as part of what NTD board of directors president Richard Rieder describes as an overall "redirection in artistics vision" at the 33-year-old organization.
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