A New Kind of Listening powerfully advocates for people with disabilities – Independent Weekly

On a cold and misty evening last Thursday in Durham, hundreds of theatergoers gathered in Fletcher Hall for a free screening of local documentary filmmaker Kenny Dalsheimer’s latest work, A New Kind of Listening. The audience was studded with members of the disabled and disabled-advocacy community, which mirrored the faces onscreen: The film documents a year in the life of the Community Inclusive Theater Group, which brings together disabled and nondisabled performers to co-create a theater piece over many months. Story continues here ➤