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Billy Seago, program ...
www.nationalyouththeatre.com, 20 Jan 2005 [cached]
Billy Seago, program director of SCT's Deaf Youth Drama Program, who performed in both Stellaluna and Nicky Somewhere Else, says of Huisink and Janse: "They are such creative people; an artistically-minded team with great idea exchange.
BCC Disability PRIDE Event - May 14, 2001
www.bcc.ctc.edu, 14 May 2001 [cached]
A performance by nationally-known Deaf actor and storyteller Billy Seago ( 12 noon , in BCC's Carlson Theatre )Billy Seago captivates Deaf and hearing audiences alike with treasured fables and stories performed in expressive American Sign Language.Seago has worked with Speeltheater in Holland , Stage One in Louisville and the National Theatre of the Deaf , and is the featured artist for Sign-A-Vision Institute's Stories in the Attic series.Seago is co-founder and current director of the Deaf Youth Drama Program at Seattle Children's Theatre in Seattle.An art exhibit by Very Special Arts ( 12 noon - 5 p.m. , in the Garden Room of BCC's Student Union Building )Very Special Arts is a national non-profit organization that showcases art works by people with severe physical disabilities.Some of the artists will be on hand to discuss their work.A discussion of adaptive technology ( 1 : 30 p.m. , BCC's Carlson Theatre )
MrShineyhead | Who is MrShineyhead?
www.mrshineyhead.com, 1 Oct 2014 [cached]
Patrick's rich experiences with DeafWest Theatre and NTD gave him the skills to continue to work with children as an instructor and actor in "The Three Musketeers" with the Deaf Youth Drama Program under Seattle Children's Theatre with Billy Seago in Seattle, Washington in the summer of 2004.
Worked under Billy Seago
Adapted by Billy Seago
Directed by Billy Seago
The Three Musketeers is a story that has been adapted in many movies and theatre productions.
For this production, D'Artagnan, a young man, came to Paris, France motivated to become one of Three Musketeers.
The Three Musketeers looked down on him because they thought he
didn’t have sword fighting skills which turned out to be false.
D’Artagnan worked hard and had a strong aptitude for sword fighting.
proved it after he
bravely attacked five of the Cardinal's guards during a battle.
This battle enabled him to become friends with Three Musketeers thus becoming one of them.
D'Artagan's landlord hired him to find his
wife while she
wife was traveling across both England and France on an order from Cardinal Richelieu.
Tuc's language was originally developed ...
www.sct.org, 1 Feb 2013 [cached]
Tuc's language was originally developed by Billy Seago, an artist who led SCT's former Deaf Youth and Drama Program.
2006 Gregory A. Falls Sustained Achievement Award Announced
tpsonline.org, 2 Feb 2005 [cached]
A Day at the Beach, a solo performance for and co-written with deaf actor Billy Seago, commissioned and premiered at Seattle Children's Theater, was featured at the 1998 Holland Youth Theater Festival.