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Growing up hard of hearing, I had awful tinnitus and struggled to understand what people were saying much of the time. One night, I had a nightmare that someone had gotten on my hearing channels frequency, and thus, "Hardly What You Want to Hear" emerged. As a now deaf individual and director, I wanted the viewer to experience hearing aids eerily, and I am proud to have had a mix of deaf and hearing talent both in front of and behind the scenes.

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