Songs My Mother Never Sung Me

Company: Concrete Theatre
Wed Feb 13 @ 1:00pm
Wed Feb 13 @ 7:00pm
Thu Feb 14 @ 7:00pm
Fri Feb 15 @ 1:00pm
Fri Feb 15 @ 8:30pm
Sat Feb 16 @ 2:00pm
Sun Feb 17 @ 2:00pm
Westbury Theatre

Songs My Mother Never Sung Me is an opera for families about a Deaf mom and her hearing son. The piece is bilingual and is performed and sung in English and ASL. The heart of this touching and funny work is its intimate connection to playwright Dave Clarke’s experience growing up as a CODA (Child of Deaf Adult). Recommended for ages 5 and up.

 http://www.concretetheatre.ca/

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Deaf Spirit Theatre Presents: Adeline, Carol and Friends

Company: Deaf Spirit Theatre
Wed Feb 13 @ 1:00pm
Thu Feb 14 @ 12:00pm
Fri Feb 15 @ 5:00pm
Sat Feb 16 @ 7:00pm
Sun Feb 17 @ 11:00am
Studio Theatre

Deaf Spirit Theatre returns with a brand new show! This collective from Kingston, Ontario will perform a series of unique skits a featuring a comedic duo of two women in the 1950s who are from worlds apart, incorporating silent film, storytelling, comedy skits, dance and poetry, complete with stunning multimedia. A captivating production for all ages!

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Tales From The East Coast

Company: Signs of the Maritimes
Fri Feb 15 @ 12:00pm
Sat Feb 16 @ 4:00pm
Sun Feb 17 @ 4:00pm
Studio Theatre

Direct from Nova Scotia, Tales From The East Coast is an entertaining and interactive series of poems and stories by Canadian Deaf writers in both ASL and MSL (Maritimes Sign Language).

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Deafy

Artist: Chris Dodd
Wed Feb 13 @ 8:45pm
Studio Theatre

Join Deaf playwright Chris Dodd as he reads from “Deafy”, his new work in progress. Nathan Jesper has flown in for his big talk and is desperately late. Upon arriving, he launches into his speech but things are soon found to not be what they seem. Part storytelling, part comedy, part tragedy, “Deafy” is a play with captions.

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Inaudibility World

Artist: Catherine Mackinnon
Thu Feb 14 @ 8:45pm
Studio Theatre

Will you be my friend? It's such a simple question. A work in progress play will explore the areas of dating relationships, deaf and hearing people. "Are YOU really listening?" It's not how we listen. It's not how we see. Eradicating stigmas. A rare diagnosis, forced her to give up one of her goals in life. Sometimes, life is NOT always seen in a bowl full of cherries!  From Hollywood to Toronto, the magical place of the movieland to today's world.

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Apple Time

Company: Deaf Crows
Fri Feb 15 @ 7:00pm
Sat Feb 16 @ 8:45pm
Sun Feb 17 @ 6:45pm
Studio Theatre

From the creators of the smash hit "Deaf Crows" comes a brand new show, Apple Time. The play is a bridge to all realms: a magical, liminal ‘third’ space, in which Deaf, Hard of Hearing, locals, newcomers, oral and signing come together to create entire new worlds. Blending puppetry and ASL poetry with traditional Deaf storytelling and ensemble theatre, Apple Time invites you on a mythical journey of immigration and migration on the Deaf high seas. This event is accessible to all audience members regardless of language spoken. http://deafcrows.wixsite.com/deafcrows/apple-time

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Deafies' Unique Time

Company / Artist: TBA
Fri Feb 15 @ 8:45pm
Sat Feb 16 @ 2:00pm
Sun Feb 17 @ 2:00pm
Studio Theatre

All the way from Toronto, "Deafies' Unique Time" is a show with three Deaf actors of diverse backgrounds putting their unique performing skills to use! We want to show you that Deafies from different countries can work as a team and can showcase our different cultures and different experiences while at the same time entertaining you with our lively and hilarious antics! Don't miss the final twist at the ending, interweaving film with live performance, that will BLOW your expectations away!

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Theatresports: SOUND OFF Edition

Company: Rapid Fire Theatre, SOUND OFF
Sat Feb 16 @ 10:30pm
Westbury Theatre

SOUND OFF and Rapid Fire Theatre return for the third year running to bring you more of our special brand of hilarity! In a new twist this year, "Team Deaf" and "Team Hearing" have been thrown together, with each side now featuring an equal number of Deaf and hearing. As always, language is forbidden! Each team cannot use signs or speech and must boldly act out your suggestions with the physical limits of their bodies alone. Featuring the extraordinary improvisors from Edmonton's Rapid Fire Theatre along with fired up performers selected from SOUND OFF's shows, this improv event is sure to leave you SPEECHLESS with laughter!

rapidfiretheatre.com

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