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Keith Wann’s ASL Comedy Tour is coming to Austin!

Posted in ASL, event by Robs on December 23, 2008

Various ASL artists will join Keith Wann on the 2009 ASL Comedy Tour

Each ASL artist will have short solo performances throughout the show that also includes skits, songs, improv games, and pure ASL hand waving, that involve the ASL comedy performers and YOU…

We strive to raise awareness about the ASL Community through comedy. We also believe in and fully support ASL community involvement. This show is sponsored by www.CallVRS.org

January 24, 2009 – 8 PM

Featuring:
Keith Wann, Crom Saunders, Wormy, and Francisco
and special guests – Lianna Carrera, Byron Bridges

Voiced by Jennifer Jacobs

CLICK HERE FOR FLYER

Austin Airport Marriott® South
4415 South IH-35, Austin, TX 78744

BUY YOUR TICKET NOW – to reserve a seat and bring your printout to the show.

Buy $20 ADVANCED

$25 AT THE DOOR

Online ticket sales at www.ASLComedyTour.com

Movie Night: The Deaf Family @ Austin Community College

Posted in Deaf Cinema, event, film by Robs on August 26, 2008

Movie Night: The Deaf Family

Austin Community College
Eastview Campus (EVC)
3401 Webberville Rd.
Austin, Texas 78702

Auditorium: Room 8500 (Bldg. 8000)
Date: Friday, Sept. 19, 2008
Time: 7:00pm

Email: aslterp@austincc.edu
Voice: 512.223.3205

Hosted by ASL Friends United (ASL & Interpreting Student Organization), Austin Community College

Free Event is Proudly Sponsored by HOVRS, Purple

Cast: Megg Rose, Andrew Rubin, Sean Berdy, Bejo Goodridge

Director: Chad W. Taylor

Producer: Chad W. Taylor, Wayne Betts, Jr.

Screenwriter: DJ Kurs

Studio: Mösdeux

Genre: Comedy

Language: American Sign Language, with English subtitles

MPAA Rating: PG

Synopsis: Anything that could go wrong inside “The Deaf Family” will go wrong! This light-hearted family sitcom about a dysfunctional deaf family going through trials and tribulations as each characters experiments with something new, only to realize that by being deaf and accepting one’s identity as a deaf person, they will be accepted by everyone (including hearing people).

Here is the official trailer for the upcoming movie, “The Deaf Family.”