I am leaning towards buying tickets to this as it looks to me like a mostly visual spectacle to be enjoyed.
I am Deaf and would like to know from those who have seen this if it would be recommended as it seems to me to be mostly visual rather than relying upon hearing/listening.
I read on their website that there is music, but that doesn't bother me not able to hear that...but I do ask...for a Deaf person, would that take away from the experience much in your opinion? Or is the visual spectacle enough that a Deaf person can for the most part enjoy the same experience as a hearing audience?
All advice is very much appreciated! :)