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August Wilson's How I Learned What I Learned ASL Interpreted Performance

3/31/2016 Avenue of the Arts / BU Theatre
10am

ASL The Huntington Theatre Company offers ASL interpretation for the Deaf and hard-of-hearing at designated performances. 

Seating for each ASL-interpreted performance is located in the orchestra, house left. Tickets are $20 for each Deaf patron and a guest. To reserve tickets, please contact the Access Coordinator at 617 273 1558, or email mobrien@huntingtontheatre.bu.edu.

Reserve Tickets

Deaf/hard of hearing school groups are also invited to attend the Student Matinee Series, several performances of which are ASL-interpreted. Schools are provided with study and curriculum guides in advance and with preview tickets for teachers (on request). Although geared toward school groups, individual Deaf or hard of hearing students accompanied by an adult are also welcome. For student matinee information or reservations, please contact the Access Coordinator at 617 273 1558, or email mobrien@huntingtontheatre.bu.edu.

 

About August Wilson's How I Learned What I Learned

In this solo show, the late Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson shares stories about his first few jobs, a stint in jail, his lifelong friends, and his encounters with racism, music, and love as a young poet in Pittsburgh’s Hill District. Directed by Todd Kreidler and featuring Eugene Lee, both longtime Wilson collaborators, this theatrical memoir charts one man’s journey of self-discovery through adversity, and what it means to be a black artist in America.

Approximate run time: 1 hour and 40 minutes without intermission. 



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