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Thtr 3: Deaf West presents
Sunday, March 15, 2020 at 3:00PM
Odyssey Theatre Ensemble
2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd.
Just north of Olympic Blvd. on the west side of the street
RUN TIME: 90 min.
NO LATE SEATING.
ALL SALES FINAL.
Orpheus, Eurydice, a trouble-making horse and Death herself converge in a very funny and irreverent reimagining of the Greek myth by surrealist poet, playwright and filmmaker Jean Cocteau. With a blend of American Sign Language and spoken English, Deaf West breathes new life into this classic myth, creating an exciting, whimsical and highly visual theatrical event.
Join us for ASL NIGHTS on Thursday March 19
Friday March 20
Thursday March 26
and Friday March 27
Arrive at 7:30 p.m. for a 15-minute ASL workshop that teaches signs used in the play.
Deaf West Theatre views Cocteau’s whimsical, magical and highly visual play, first performed in 1926, through a unique lens: translated from the French into Spoken English by John Savacool, into American Sign Language by Andrew Moore, and slated for a run at the True Colors Festival in Tokyo, Japan at the end of April. Deena Selenow directs.
Save 20% on groups (10 people or more) by using code GROUP. Or call/email the Box Office if paying by cash/check.