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In October 2016, Gallaudet University hosts a month-long program for the traveling exhibit First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, with a copy of the First Folio provided by the Folger Shakespeare Library.
The First Folio will be on display in the Washburn Arts Building (WAB), and programming throughout the month will offer the public a variety of ways to engage with Shakespeare in visually oriented ways. Six panels provided by the Folger Shakespeare Library will cover the history of Shakespeare and the First Folio alongside four companion panels developed by Gallaudet University focusing on the history of Shakespeare in the Deaf community and translations of his works in American Sign Language (ASL).
The American Shakespeare Center is delighted to announce a special public presentation of The Comedy of Errors with ASL interpreters Lindsey Snyder and Corrie Pond from Washington, DC interpreting. This event happens on November 20 at 7:30 pm, with a pre-show beginning at 7:00 pm. Please tell everyone you know who may be interested in attending, we hope to see lots of folks for this funny play.
Lindsey and Corrie encourage you to get tickets in rows C-I, seats 5-12. Those seats are currently held for you in the online ticketing system, so please phone (1-877-MuchAdo) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request ASL reserved seats. The box office team is looking forward to helping you secure your seats and we look forward to seeing you at the show.
Please let me know if you have any questions, we will have an interpreter in the Box Office the night of the performance to help you find your seats and work with the staff. We hope to see you there.
American Shakespeare Center
Director of Education
The American Shakespeare Center recovers the joy and accessibility of Shakespeare's theatre, language, and humanity by exploring the English Renaissance stage and its practices through performance and education.
Folger Theatre's Website
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Folger Theatre's open-captioned performances are generously sponsored by Vinton and Sigrid Cerf.
by William Shakespeare
directed by Robert Richmond
Sunday, November 30, 2pm
by Friedrich Schiller
in a new version by Peter Oswald
directed by Richard Clifford
Sunday, March 1, 2pm
ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD
by Tom Stoppard
directed by Aaron Posner
Sunday, June 14, 2pm
2014/15 Theatre Brochure
Shakespeare's Richard III
January 30-February 23, 2014
NextStop Theatre Company in Herndon, VA is currently producing a unique production of William Shakespeare's "Richard III" that stard Ethan Sinnott (Program Director for Theatre at Gallaudet University) as one of the most brilliant and devilish villains in all of theatre.
This production will feature three deaf actors (among a cast of 13) and utilize ASL as an important tool in the storytelling. We are re-imagining Richard as a Deaf man rising to supreme power in a unsympathetic hearing world. For more information about this production, I encourage you to go to our website at www.NextStopTheatre.org.