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ASL Interpreted Show: Laugh 1/12/17 – DFW

ASL Interpreted Show: Laugh 1/12/17 – DFW

Time: 7:30 PM

[Image Description: A flyer with a mainly white background with multiple texts and images. At the very top of the flyer is a dark red border, then mainly black text: “In partnership with Theater Three, WE BRING YOU #DEAFACCESSIBLE THEATRICAL SHOWS!” The words “Theatre Three” is in dark red color and the hashtag is in blue. Next to this text is the Deaf Action Center logo, all with the blue border below.

There is a black background below the blue border with two images. The top image is an ornate square with the word “LAUGH” inside it. Right below it, a line says “A new play by Pulitzer Prize Winner Beth Henley Directed by Jeffrey Schmidt”. The image below it shows a picture of three characters from the play. From left to right: a young white female in a black dress with a shocked expression as she holds a dog dressed in white and red striped shirt and a blue bib, a white male in a button up white shirt and black suspenders holding a shovel, and a Hispanic male in a button up blue shirt and a dark vest holding a white prop depicting a body. Beside the image on the right, the Text states, ” INTERPRETED PERFORMANCE: January 12, 2017″

“Beth Henley’s raucous, rowdy, and tawdry tale of two innocents on an odyssey to find fortune and fame in Hollywood circa 1920 smashes onto the Theatre Three stages with a kaleidoscopic array of outrageous characters and zany slapstick. Jeffrey Schmidt brings this glorious and fascinating fable to the stage with a troupe of six actors who play dozens of roles – sometimes within a matter of seconds! [BOLD FONT] What Lunancy awaits Mabel and Roscoe on their quest for happiness on the silver screen?.”

Below this text is a small gray border with white text: “GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY!”

In the left bottom of the flyer is a text: “Call the box office at 214.871.3300 x 1 and tell them you were referred by DAC or email [email protected]

Discounted tickets offered for a group of 10 or more.”

Next to the text is another text “Made accessible by”, and the DAC Interpreting logo and the Theatre3 logo.]

Eric Patterson
Email: [email protected]
Interpreting Department Manager, DAC Interpreting
972-850-7365 (V/VP)
Website: http://www.dactexas.org
5910 Cedar Springs Rd
Dallas, TX, 75235

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