Deaf youths take to the Theatre Guild stage tomorrow evening

 

Tomorrow evening talented youths from the deaf community will take to the Theatre Guild stage in an evening of entertainment where dances, drama and fashion will be featured.

 

Rebena Sugrim during rehearsing for a past staging of Deaf in Drama.
Ladanna Patoir during rehearsing for a past staging of Deaf in Drama.

The event, which marks the end of the Deaf Awareness Week observation, is being held on what is known globally as World Deaf Day.
Tomorrow evening’s event is slated to start at 5pm and tickets cost $1,000. Tickets can be purchased at the Theatre Guild but interested persons can call 225-4489 or 647-3597 for more information.
This year’s observation was held under the theme ‘Full Inclusion with Sign Language’.

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