ASL-Interpreted Performance Announced for Brave New Workshop's THE POLARIZING EXPRESS
The Brave New Workshop Theatre (BNW) welcomes deaf and hard-of-hearing patrons to enjoy an ASL-interpreted performance of their hit sketch comedy revue "The Polarizing Express: Dysfunction Junction" This show, interpreted by professional ASL interpreters Carlos Grant and Tarra Grammenos, will be on Friday, January 19th, 2017 at 8:00pm at the Brave New Workshop Theatre at 824 Hennepin Ave in downtown Minneapolis.
Tickets are on sale now online and via the BNW box office, with special sight line seating reserved for ASL patrons. About the show: Forget about the snowy traffic, the ever-changing shipping times of Amazon packages, and what you're going to say to those members of your family determined to recruit you for their political party, and get onboard for the Brave New Workshop's holiday show, "The Polarizing Express: Dysfunction Junction". There will be laughter, there will be adult beverages of your choice, and of course, there will be "The Twelve Days of Christmas".
"The Polarizing Express: Dysfunction Junction" will feature BNW cast members Lauren Anderson, Denzel Belin, Heather Meyer, Ryan Nelson, and Taj Ruler. The show will be directed by Caleb McEwen. Jon Pumper will be the music director, and Matthew Vichlach will provide technical direction.
The Polarizing Express: Dysfunction Junction". Where: 824 Hennepin Ave, downtown Minneapolis When: Friday, January 19th at 8:00pm. Doors open at 7:00pm. Interpreters: Carlos Grant and Tarra Grammenos Tickets: On sale now. $38 regular price, or $19 when using the coupon code "ASL" online or via phone.
Discounts also available for students, seniors, militarys, AAA/MPR members, groups. Visit the Promotions page for more info.