Video to be shown at Pixelodeon Fest!
Save Deaf Theater Video to be shown at Pixelodeon Fest!...let us spell it out for you has been invited to show at Pixelodeon in Los Angeles on June 9th as one of the Social Justice films.... It's amazing watching this pick up momentum! The woman who's emailed us is terribly cool. I hope I get to meet her. This is an incredible opportunity to continue to spread the word about the [...]
Thu, May 10 2007
BEST EMERGING ARTIST AWARD
Save Deaf Theater BEST EMERGING ARTIST AWARDThe video at the top of this website was entered in the SUPERFEST International Disability Film Festival and we are proud to announce we have won the BEST EMERGING ARTIST AWARD!Not only are we excited to receive this honor, we are also pleased because our message will go out to greater numbers of people on the issue of government funding for [...]
Wed, Apr 04 2007
Actor Profile: Garrett Zuercher
Save Deaf Theater Actor Profile: Garrett ZuercherAn actor, playwright, and director in New York City, Garrett Zuercher graduated magna cum laude from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with a double BA in theater and creative writing. Last year, he completed the Broadway national tour of Deaf West's Big River, a musical in which he played the lead role of Huckleberry Finn. [...]
Thu, Mar 22 2007
Deaf Artists Speak Out: Guthrie Nutter and Alexand...
Save Deaf Theater Deaf Artists Speak Out: Guthrie Nutter and Alexandria WailesAlexandria WailesPlease tell us about yourself and how you got started in theater. I've been performing upon stages since the age of four. I had my tasteof theatre throughout my upbringing, but truly bit by the acting bug in2000.Have you personally worked with any of the agencies hit? Whether or not,what do [...]
Tue, Nov 07 2006
VIDEO: Tyrone Giordano
Save Deaf Theater Tyrone Giordano in the video below shares his reaction after seeing the video above. Click To Play Tyrone Giordano reacts to the video "let us spell it out for you." [...]
Sun, Nov 05 2006
Save Deaf Theater Opens!
Save Deaf Theater The purpose of this website is to draw attention to the crisis facing Deaf Theater Programs following an unexplained and unpublicized multi-million dollar budget cut by the United States government. Information will be gathered here and links to various articles, photos, essays and comments by Deaf actors will be posted.
Tue, Oct 24 2006
Congress decided to cut Deaf Theater?
Save Deaf Theater From an article in the LA Times:The funding, which came from the Department of Education, was canceled in late 2004 when an earmark for cultural experiences for the deaf was struck during the reauthorization of the Individuals With Disabilities in Education Act. The money itself stopped coming to deaf theater groups last year. "We don't know exactly why it was [...]
Tue, Oct 24 2006
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