Romeo + Juliet
The classic story of two young star-crossed lovers who are kept apart by feuding families is directed for the contemporary stage like it’s never been seen before. ACT is partnering with leaders in the Deaf community to create a production that honors the glorious language of this timeless play and makes is accessible for Deaf and hearing audiences alike.
This is an ASL interpreted Performance.
ASL seating is reserved solely for our Deaf and Hard of Hearing patrons who require ASL interpretation and their guests.
A series of performances, lectures, or panel discussions that allow you to dig deeper into the themes of the play before the performance.
Maggie Rogers is a Seattle based director, dramaturg, sound designer, writer, and fat activist who proudly hails from Louisville, KY. She attended Columbia College Chicago graduating as class Valedictorian in 2014 with degrees in Directing and American Sign Language. Favorite Seattle credits include Everything You Touch (Washington Ensemble Theatre, director), Brandi Alexander (Love City Love, director), Teh Internet is Serious Business (Washington Ensemble Theatre, dramaturg), Kissing Like Babies (On the Boards, dramaturg). Her article All Sizes Fit All: The Case for Normalizing Fatness on Stage was published in the March 2018 issue of American Theatre magazine. This fall she will be making her international directorial debut with Brandi Alexander by Tatiana Pavela at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. www.rogersmaggie.com
Thursday, March 14, 2019 7:30PM
If you wish to sit in the designated ASL seating for this performance, enter the promo code ASL before purchasing.
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