Dad's Garage Theatre Plans Special American Sign Language (ASL) Translated Performance of SCANDAL

Dad's Garage Theatre Plans Special American Sign Language (ASL) Translated Performance of SCANDAL

We at Dad's Garage are dedicated to making theatre that is accessible for our entire community. If you or a loved one are hearing impaired and use American Sign Language (ASL), c'mon down to Dad's Garage on Saturday, February 23 at 8 p.m. for an ASL-translated performance of SCANDAL.

Dad's Garage's improvised soap opera is in its 15th-ish season and is always one of our most popular shows! It's the only improv show where the characters and story continue week to week. Each season of SCANDAL takes place in a new setting -- space station, strip club, ski resort -- and this year the melodrama takes place in a church! There's something funny going on in those sacred halls. This show will be filled with the father, the son, the holy ghost and . . . SCANDAL!
Guests joining us for the ASL translation will be given priority seating in a designated area close to the translator.

For questions, please email mft@dadsgarage.com


SCANDAL: Church Edition
ASL Translated Performance
Saturday, February 23. 8pm.
Founded in 1995, Dad's Garage Theatre Company has grown from a small volunteer led organization to a thriving mid-size theatre led by professional artistic and administrative staff that includes over 300 volunteers and performers. We now entertain more than 33,000 people each year in Atlanta, at public events across the state, and at improv festivals across the continent. In addition to outrageous original productions, Dad's Garage produces improv shows year-round, educates young improvisers in a high school outreach program, and facilitates classes and workshops for the general public.

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