Houston Texas- Award winning filmmaker Darla Rae’s new film “Spirit of Love” The Mike “Stinger” Glenn story will make its Texas premier at the Texas Christian Film Festival on Saturday February 16th at 7:30pm at Bethany Christian Church located at 3223 Westheimer, Houston Texas. continue »
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We are looking for 4 men and 4 women for our upcoming show a romantic comedy “DUETS” in ASL. Dionysus Theatre is a non profit organization dedicating its stage to actors of ALL abilities. continue »
Fort Bend Christian Academy hosts “ASL 4 LIFE,” a solo performance of Keith Wann
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We are having our annual Singing Hands Christmas Extravaganza at Lee High School December 2. We hope you will come and support the Singing Hands as we are trying to raise money to pay for our trip to Washington D.C. in May. Tickets are $5 and include desserts and hot chocolate. continue »
See What I’m Saying is a powerful and unique look at deaf entertainers that touches on the human nature of these continue »
An Off-Broadway success, this very funny yet very touching play focuses on the lives of four developmentally disabled men living in a communal residence under the watchful eye of a sincere but increasingly despairing, social worker. continue »
The Clear Lake High School Deaf Culture CLub presents The 3rd Annual ASL Chroir Night on May 7th, 2010 at 7pm. Come and enjoy the show! continue »
Crom Saunders’ one-man show features skits that incorporate pop culture, impersonations, improvisation, American Sign language, puns, and physical feats into one big laugh fest. continue »
Cromania! has been postponed. We are tentatively looking at March 12th, but will send out a notice when the date is firm. Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks for understanding! continue »
Woodhaven Baptist Deaf Church presents Christmas Drama 2009 “Deafville, USA II.” A continuation from last year’s play, Deafville is a small town somewhere in America. It’s a small Deaf town where people gather and share in their struggles and blessings in everyday life. The story of this year’s play is inspired by a real family and actual events. Like every other family, members of this particular family went through a dark period in their lives. Come see how they weathered the storm and share in the experience. continue »
Dionysus Theatre presents Mark Medoff’s “Children of a Lesser God”. Opening up their 12th season, Dionysus Theatre brings this beautiful play to fruition with an inclusive cast. Casting actors who are deaf, hearing impaired and of hearing, this show explores the relationship of James Leed and Sarah Norman. James Leed, a teacher at the school for the deaf falls in love with Sarah, a woman who is profoundly deaf. Through the ups and downs of learning to communicate, James realizes he can’t change a person, until he changes his heart. continue »