It didn’t take much rehearsing for Russell Harvard, who plays the deaf son of a loquacious and argumentative British family in the Off Broadway play “Tribes,” to get inside his character’s skin. Like his character Billy, the 30-year-old actor is himself
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Russell Harvard is a great actor and we absolutely need more people with diffabilities playing people with diffabilities!