SIGN & SING will perform at Princeton University in collaboration with the Princeton Children's Library and the Princeton University American Sign Language Club. Our program will include family-friendly stories in English, including Samuel Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915.
SIGN & SING will present a workshop performance and post-performance discussion of our work in progress, The Universal Drum. The English text of the poem is written by Deaf playwright Willy Conley, and the ASL translation is a collaboration among Conley and his students at Gallaudet University.
SIGN & SING will present Ricky Ian Gordon's iconic work, Orpheus & Euridice, in English and in American Sign Language (ASL), for 2018 New York Opera Fest in partnership with BARE Opera. Performances will occur form May 3-6, 2018. SIGN & SING veterans Katherine Dubbs and Garrett Zuercher will co-direct. Musical auditions will take place in December, and Deaf performer auditions will take place in January.
For more information about auditions, please contact Katherine Dubbs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SIGN & SING is proud to announce a collaboration with Deaf playwright Willy Conley. We will be working with Gallaudet University students to create an ASL translation of Conley's poem, The Universal Drum, before adapting the work to music.
SIGN & SING Presents 3 Stories of Love & Travel - Elgar's Sea Pictures, Vaughn Williams' Songs of Travel, and Heggie/McNally's At the Statue of Venus.
Captions and assisted listening devices are provided.
Vagabonds: Treshelle Edmond, James W. Guido, Suchan Kim
Seafarers: Tal Heller, Garrett Zuercher
Rose: Alexa Jarvis
Rose's Date: Christopher Tester
Venus: Beth Applebaum
Pianists: Alla Milchtein, Matthew Stephens, Thomas Weaver