The total time of the show should be 2-1/2 hours including an intermission.
Go to www.deafhoodmonologues.com and click on which show you want to go. It will lead you to a Brown Paper Tickets page to make the purchase. You can buy tickets directly from Brown Paper Tickets by searching The Deafhood Monologues.
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All shows will have English voice-over.
The performance does not contain any nudity or language that would be bleeped out on TV.
The play may contain strong emotional connections relevant to one’s personal experiences.
The themes will range from sadness to hope, anger to happiness, and education to analysis.
The performance is geared for adults; however, it could be appropriate for high school-aged students with parental supervision or the presence of a trusted adult. If you are considering bringing a child younger than thirteen, we encourage you to contact us by e-mail for further details.
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Food and drinks are not allowed in the any establishments, unless mentioned else.
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Please e-mail the Deafhood Monologues producer at email@example.com.
Questions about the Deafhood Foundation
For more information on the Deafhood Foundation, you can visit the web site at www.DeafhoodFoundation.org
The Deafhood Foundation is dedicated to achieving economic and social justice for all Deaf people.
The Deafhood Foundation will provide financial, educational and social opportunities to end the economic exploitation of Deaf people. The Foundation aims to free the world from audism and recreate a society where everyone experiences full humanity and celebrates Sign Language.