A family dinner in the beginning of Nina Raine’s “Tribes” tells the audience all it needs to know about the crisis of understanding that plagues the characters in this bright and boldly provocative drama. Two parents and three twenty-something children s
A Deaf Son Struggles to Be Heard in ‘Tribes’
2012-03-06T07:54:10-05:00By Ollibean|Categories: Articles, Entertainment, General, Lifestyle, Parenting|Tags: "Tribes", all disabilities, Deaf and Hard of Hearing, hearing impairment, mitochondrial disorders, rare or undiagnosed disorder|0 Comments
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