The art of communication

Nalaga’at is much more than just a theater, restaurant and café; it is also about empowerment for deaf and blind people.

Nalaga'at is the world’s first theater company for deaf-blind people.
Photo by: Dr. Avishai Teicher/Wikimedia Commons
Adina Tal is a busy woman.

For the past 14 years she has worked hard at her profession – that of theater director – which, as most will tell you, has its own particular demands.

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