Shadow Interpreted Performance by James Cech and Courtney Butcher May 20, 2012 2pm Fun for the whole family! Don’t miss this wonderful children’s musical matinee! Click here for ticket information! And, check out the video below to meet the interpreters! Click “CC” for captions in the above video. Danny
Another unique collaboration with TerpTheatre and Oakland University‘s Department of Music, Theatre and Dance! In this one-act family musical, young Louie feels lonely in his new neighborhood. Looking for something to cheer himself up on Halloween night, Louie returns to his old neighborhood friends in an imaginary journey on the
httpvh://youtu.be/PkShdItejm4 Meet shadow interpreters, Erin Schwartz and James Cech as they prepare for their performance of Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” at Oakland University’s Department of Music, Theatre and Dance. Meet Erin and James Tickets are on sale NOW! Seats are limited and tickets are selling fast…click here for more information!
TerpTheatre has begun rehearsing with the cast of Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare at Oakland University! TerpTheatre shadow performers, James Cech and Erin Schwartz, will perform with the OU cast on Saturday, February 11, 2012 at 8pm. Don’t miss this Shakespearian classic – shadowed! A military war
Well, Bells Are Ringing is done! The interpreted performance on February 12 was a great success, with a large audience from the Deaf community. Everyone at TerpTheatre is so thankful for the members of the cast of Bells Are Ringing, including its director, creative team and crew. We’re especially excited
TerpTheatre typically rehearses for a show for about 5 weeks before the performance. Hundreds of hours are spent at the theatre and at home, translating lines from English to ASL, memorizing those lines, and then working with the actors on how move with them throughout the production. Here is a
One of the things that hearing people don’t know about ASL [ American Sign Language ] is that names aren’t generally spelled each time. Most membersof the Deaf community have ‘sign names‘ – unique signs that identify an individual. Each sign name is really specific to one person. This means that