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Audio Description 

According to the American Council of the Blind, "audio description Audio Description involves the accessibility of the visual images of theater, television, movies, and other art forms for people who are blind, have low vision, or who are otherwise visually impaired.  It is a narration service (provided at no additional charge to the patron) that attempts to describe what the sighted person takes for granted -- those images that a person who is blind or visually impaired formerly could only experience through the whispered asides from a sighted companion."  -

AD Training & Experience


  • Access Virginia

  • The Kennedy Center - Louise Fryer, Vocal Eye, UK

  • AD Practice Group - independent group of audio description writers


  • Resident AD for Ford's Theatre - Washington DC

    • A Christmas Carol - 2022​

    • Trip to Bountiful - 2023

    • Somethings Moving - 2023

  • The Kennedy Center

    • Shear Madness​

  • Wells Theatre - Norfolk

    • The 39 Steps​

  • Williamsburg Theatre

    • Something's Afoot​

  • Mariners Museum - Newport News

    • Touch and Tour​

Disclaimer - These short clips were written by the AD Practice group and performed by Stephanie Johnson. They are not monetized or used for any other purpose than training and practice.

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