Behind the Scenes at ABC's "What Would You Do?"
ABC News worked with RIT's National Technical Institute for the Deaf and hired two of its theater students for a segment of their hidden camera show, "What Would You Do? The show depicts awkward situations and ethical challenges with actors and sees whether those witnessing the actions speak up or do nothing. The girls were applying for a job at a coffee shop in Morristown, N.J. and were told they wouldn't be hired because they are deaf. More than two dozen crew members worked behind the scenes in the shop's basement, a technician truck behind the store and in cars parked on the street. The final shots with the cameras are recreations for additional shots.