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Abababa Road Tour – Oklahoma

The Abababa Road Tour is coming to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and soon to Austin, Texas!

“The Abababa Road Tour”

ABABABA ROAD TOUR!  & Project N.A.D.I.N.E.

Oklahoma City Community College
Date: 12/4/09
Time: 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Doors Open at 6:30 PM
Project N.A.D.I.N.E. an organization that provides comprehensive and collaborative resources to the Deaf community, fosters leadership and advocacy within the Deaf community, by the Deaf community, and educates the general public about the beauty and value of Deaf culture and American Sign Language. Project N.A.D.I.N.E. is pleased to announce a partnership with the “Abababa Road Tour.” The tour will take us to multiple cities across the United States, where we can share the beauty of ASL storytelling while raising funds for the many community projects of Project N.A.D.I.N.E.
Check out a special preview at http://www.ProjectNADINE.org/Tourok.htm
Since 2004, Alan R. Abarbanell has toured the United States with his critically acclaimed, one-man show, “The Abababa Road Tour” chronicling his experiences growing up hearing in a Deaf family. ABABABA–a name given to him by a friend who could not pronounce Abarbanell–is a proud CODA (Child of Deaf Adults). Alan wrote this show as a loving tribute to his Deaf heritage and CODA family. Each performance is dedicated to Alan’s parents Joe and Yetta Abarbanell, whom he credits with his sense of humor, creativity and love for his community. Abababa takes his audiences on a rollercoaster ride of emotion; first pulling them through the hilarious rush and shocking twists of his youth, then plunging them into the tragedy and loss that followed, only to hurl them upwards towards uncontrollable laughter once again! With the simple wave of a hand, Abababa renders each audience exhausted from gales of laughter and torrents of tears by evening’s end.
Where?
Oklahoma City Community College
7777 South May Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73159-4444
When?
December 4th, 2009
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Doors open at 6:30 PM
Cost $15 each admission Family pricing available please contact [email protected]
For more information or to purchase tickets go to
Alan Abarbanell will also present “HAPPEN!” An ASL/English Storytelling Adventure” Workshop OSUOKC Learning Resource Room #100 on December 5th (next day)
9AM – 12PM .3 RID/QAST CEUs approved go to http//www.ProjectNADINE.org/Workshop.htm
All Proceeds go to Project N.A.D.I.N.E. to help continue our advocacy efforts and to start new programs that will serve the Deaf community!
Windell K Smith Jr
NIC Master, QA V/V
Chief Executive Officer
Project N.A.D.I.N.E.
(405) 812-4047
Download flyer 12/4/09 (PDF format)
Download flyer 12/5/09 (PDF format)

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