And, as Justin says, remember that Deaf Theater Chat starts at 6:30 p.m. Since "Sweeney Todd" is on the main stage, the Chat will be on the mezzanine level. The interpreters and sign coach will be there, as well as other community members for the interpreted performance. A light snack and beverage will be available; the cafe and bar will also be open on the main level if you want to have dinner or purchase a latte or other drink.
Thank you for the video, Justin!
And we look forward to seeing you at the theater. This show is very popular, so be sure to purchase your tickets soon if you haven't already.
Watch for another PCS blog post from me later this week. Guess what the theme will be? Right: interpreting musicals and, specifically, a bit about our process of preparing to interpret "Sweeney Todd."
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