A modern stage classic performed around the world, Aldyth Morris’ “Damien” features Ken Wright as the heroic nineteenth-century Belgian priest who voluntarily lived among the lepers of society. Wright portrays what period newspapers called “the one clean man among a flock of almost a thousand lepers.” His performance traces the trials of Father Damien’s ministry during sixteen … [Read more...] about Damien
Based on the classic detective series of stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this mystery adventure introduces some of literature’s most memorable characters on stage. This dramatic production weaves together suspense, intrigue and humor. Holmes joins his new friend Dr. Watson to begin their battle against crime together. January 6 - 21, 2018 • Deaf Interpretation on January … [Read more...] about Sherlock Holmes — Mystery? Adventure? It’s Elementary!
The adventures of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous detective continue in this dramatic production. Sherlock Holmes becomes entangled within a deadly scheme orchestrated by his archenemy, Professor Moriarty -- the “Napoleon of Crime.” Will this be their final conflict? January 27 - February 11, 2018 • Deaf Interpretation on February 9, 2018 … [Read more...] about The Death of Sherlock Holmes — Danger Lurks Around Every Corner!
This fast-paced courtroom drama is set in ancient Rome. A newspaper editor is on trial for publishing the most sensational story ever: “Man Rises from the Dead!” The headline threatens national security. The editor is on trial for treason and the penalty is death. The headline refers, of course, to Jesus and the claims of Christianity are investigated during the course of the … [Read more...] about Your Witness