A NOISE WITHIN Sets ASL Interpreted Performances Schedule
A Noise Within, the acclaimed classical repertory theatre company, has been generously granted funds for seven ASL (American Sign Language) Interpreted performances and a number of scholarships for each by the Ellingsen Family Fund. For the third season in a row, the grant provides the opportunity for hearing-impaired individuals to attend performances interpreted by two professionals trained in theatrical ASL interpretation.
ASL Performance Dates:
Pericles, Prince of Tyre | Friday, October 11 at 8pm
The Guardsman | Friday, November 15 at 8pm
Endgame | Friday, November 22 at 8pm
A Christmas Carol | Friday, December 20 at 8pm
Tartuffe | Friday, May 2 at 8pm
Macbeth | Friday, May 9 at 8pm
Come Back, Little Sheba | Friday, May 16 at 8pm
Single ticket buyers can take advantage of a $16 ticket (fees apply) by entering code: ASL16 at online checkout on our site. Code is valid for the seven ASL-interpreted performances only. Scholarships are available for groups. For more information, contact Boxoffice@anoisewithin.org or 626.356.3100 x1.
ASL interpreted performances are underwritten by The Ellingsen Family Fund. Media Sponsors for A Noise Within's 2013/14 Season are Pasadena Star-News and KPCC 89.3 FM.
A Noise Within is located on the corner of Foothill Boulevard and Sierra Madre Villa Avenue at 3352 East Foothill Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91107.
Contact the A Noise Within box office in person, via phone at 626-356-3100, or online at www.ANoiseWithin.org for updated pricing and seat availability.
About A Noise Within
A Noise Within performs and promotes classical theatre as an essential means for our community to confront the universal human experience, expand personal awareness and challenge individual perspectives. A Noise Within's mission is to produce world-class performances of the great works of drama in rotating repertory with a resident company; to educate and inspire the public through programs that foster an understanding and appreciation of history's great plays and playwrights; and to train the next generation of classical theatre artists.