BWW Review: Shakespeare in ASL with Sound Theatre Company's Delightful A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAMBWW Review: Shakespeare in ASL with Sound Theatre Company's Delightful A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM
by Amelia Reynolds - May 3, 2018

Finally! In collaboration with Deaf Spotlight Presents, Sound Theatre Company has produced a bilingual "A Midsummer Night's Dream" with English and American Sign Language. This performance, now at 12th Avenue Arts, may have a streamlined aesthetic, but the incorporation of ASL makes the original Shakespearean spoken language even more poetic. (more...)

Photo Flash: Tacoma Little Theatre presents CHILDREN OF A LESSER GODPhoto Flash: Tacoma Little Theatre presents CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2018

Tacoma Little Theatre presents the powerful award-winning drama, Children of a Lesser God, directed by Rick Hornor. (more...)

Photo Flash: Tacoma Little Theatre presents CHILDREN OF A LESSER GODPhoto Flash: Tacoma Little Theatre presents CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2018

Tacoma Little Theatre presents the powerful award-winning drama, Children of a Lesser God, directed by Rick Hornor. (more...)

Tacoma Little Theatre Presents CHILDREN OF A LESSER GODTacoma Little Theatre Presents CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD
by BWW News Desk - Dec 23, 2017

Tacoma Little Theatre presents the powerful award-winning drama, Children of a Lesser God, directed by Rick Hornor. After three years in the Peace Corps, James, a young speech therapist, joins the faculty of a school for the deaf, where he is to teach lip-reading. He meets Sarah, a school dropout, totally deaf from birth, and estranged both from the world of hearing and from those who would compromise to enter that world. Fluent in sign language, James tries, with little success, to help Sarah, but gradually the two fall in love and marry. At first their relationship is a happy and glowing one, as the gulf of silence between them seems to be bridged by their desire to understand each other's needs and feelings, but discord soon develops as Sarah becomes militant for the rights of the deaf and rejects any hint that she is being patronized and pitied. (more...)