2018-19 Season List

Summer 2019

There are several interpreted theatrical performances scheduled so far for summer 2019. If more are added, this page will be updated. You ca...

Monday, February 18, 2019

"Four Last Things" interpreted Friday 2/22 at 7:30 pm +*bonus*

Corrib Theatre presents
an interpreted performance of


FOUR LAST THINGS
by Lisa Tierney-Keogh



WHERE: New Expressive Works, 810 SE Belmont St., Portland OR
TIME & DATE: Fri Feb 22nd at 7:30 pm
INTERPRETERS: Dot Hearn and Kassie Hughes
TICKETS: use code AFA for $15 tickets ($10 off regular price)
Bonus: Join us between 6:30-7:00 pm for a Deaf Community reception. Following the show, stay for a talkback, which will also be interpreted.


Jane is dropping out of college, out of life. She is stuck on her family’s farm in rural Ireland with a father who cannot find the words to articulate his fears, and a dog who intuitively grasps her state of mind but cannot reach her. Four Last Things is an emotionally charged journey through a young woman’s inner battles with depression as those who love her struggle to understand.


 Run time is approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.

Note: The interpreters will be placed upstage in the performance space instead of in front. This is an intimate theatre with general seating (no assigned seats). Over 50% of the seats have excellent sightlines to the interpreters, as well as the play; another 25% has good sightlines. Priority seating in the seats with the best sightlines will be made available for Deaf and Hard of Hearing patrons.

Monday, February 4, 2019

"No Candy" interpreted at Portland Playhouse 2/6/19

Portland Playhouse presents
an interpreted performance of


by Emma Stanton









DATE & TIME: Wed 2/6/19 at 7:30 pm
LOCATION: 602 NE Prescott, Portland OR 97211
TICKETS:  $25 with ASL discount
INTERPRETERS: Dot Hearn, KT Corlett, Laurielle Aviles


At the center of No Candy is a multi-generational community of Bosnian Muslim women who survived the Srebrenica genocide and, years later, open a gift shop for tourists who visit the Srebrenica memorial. While No Candy is very much about how trauma inhabits the body and shapes a community, it is also about the persistence of humor, art, and absurdity in an unimaginable time.