The story of “Little Red Riding Hood” narrated in German Sign Language (DGS) by an elementary class (with German voice-over and subs). SO CUTE!!
My latest example of how Glee connects people: Besides Glee, another interest of mine is learning sign language. So I take these German sign language classes at university: Today, our teacher brought us a magazine of the German Deaf Association. They wrote about a flash mob which happened two months ago… Back home, I go online and look for a video of it, but there isn’t one yet, just the tutorial for the flash mob on a German deaf community website… But on that website they also posted a link explaining what a “flash mob” actually is to people who’ve never heard of the concept. So I click on the link and there’s a flash mob performed by CODA (Children Of Deaf Adults) in ASL (American Sign Language), AUSLAN (Australian Sign Language) and DGS (German Sign Language) for the CODA International Conference 2010 in Fremont, CA. And now guess, what song they performed to! It could’ve been any song in the world, but they chose “Don’t Stop Believin’”. It could’ve been the original by Journey, but they chose the Glee cast version. Little yay for the day! ;)