I realise a lot of traditional Audio Description leaves the user wanting a bit more. Manuals and style guides for describers usually contain a lot of rules about what kind of language should be used (or avoided) and what kind of tone should be struck by the description. Often, the goal is neutrality, objectivity and accuracy, and that kind of AD definitely has its place. But there is also undeniably room for a more interpretive, emotive, even poetic style of Audio Description, and the realm of performance art, particularly dance, seems to hold great potential for stretching the boundaries of AD as we know it. Here’s a wonderful article detailing just how this sounds in practice, and I’m pretty excited about it: