ASL Interpreted Performances on June 8 & 10.
Interpreters: Kat Dudina and Jon Wolfe Nelson
Autism-friendly performance on June 17.
What drives a single person to create nearly 20,000 works of art? Celebrating the life of James Castle, one of America's great outsider artists, Our Voices presents the world premiere of acclaimed playwright Charles Mee's soot and spit
. Born profoundly deaf, Castle never learned to read, write, sign or speak. His art was his language. Bringing his world to life through bluegrass, dance, and multi-media displays of his works, soot and spit
enables its audience to experience the “other”- and rejoice in the unquenchable creativity of the human spirit..
: Robert Ariza*, Karen Ashino, Estelle Bajou*, Alida Rose Delaney, John Ford Dunker*, JW Guido, Peregrine Heard, Touissant Jeanlouis*, Geraldine Leer*, Christopher Lopes, Douglas Waterbury-Tieman*, and Arielle Yoder*
Costume Design by
Lighting Design by
Media Design by
Props Design by
Associate Costume Design by
Costume Crafts Artisian
- Cybele Moon
Assistant Lighting Design
by Annie Weigland
Music Direction by
Associate Music Direction
by Nathan Dame
by Scott Schneider
Stage Management by
Michael J. Tosto
Assistant Stage Management by
Associate Produced by
Produced and General Managed by
creates innovative theater that exalts diversity, engenders understanding, provokes empathy and offers an alternate way for society to organize itself. We actively investigate themes of otherness in society whether they are culture, language, gender, sexual orientation or ability while cultivating an inclusive experience that more accurately represents our shared humanity and the world in which we live.
*Appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association