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Colorado Family-Friendly Theater from The Arvada Center || ASL-Interpreted "1940's Radio Hour"

by Lisa Girard
(Arvada Center, Arvada, CO)


On December 16, 2011 at 7:30pm the Arvada Center will present an shadowed-ASL-interpreted production of "The 1940's Radio Hour" family-friendly theatrical production.

Shadow-interpreted theater utilizes specially trained American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters to perform as “shadows” on stage alongside actors. Shadow theater marries sign language with choreographed movement, allowing the sign language to become a seamless part of the theater experience.

In this way, audience members who are deaf, hard of hearing or language delayed can simultaneously see and “hear” the complete theater performance in the same way as hearing audiences. Shadow theater is also enjoyed by hearing audiences as an innovative art form and educational opportunity.

Similar to watching a film with subtitles, viewers benefit from a rich bilingual experience and gain an appreciation for another language.

"The 1940's Radio Hour"
Written by Walton Jones
Directed by Bev Newcomb-Madden

It’s Christmastime in 1942. On a cold and snowy evening in New York, a close-knit group of entertainers at the WOV radio station—all heading somewhere else—are broadcasting the final holiday variety show for the troops overseas.

Patriotic, sentimental, and overwhelmingly nostalgic, this holiday production—with songs including "Strike Up the Band", "I’ll Be Seeing You", and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" — is reminiscent of an era long since passed but never completely forgotten.

Hope you can join us for this very special production!



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The Arvada Center in Arvada, CO is offering an ASL-shadowed interpretation of their family-friendly holiday production "The 1940's Radio Hour" on Friday December 16th at 7:30pm.

"The 1940's Radio Hour" is a nostalgic-look back at a group of entertainers performing their last holiday variety show on radio station WOV for the troops over seas in December, 1942.

Check the website online at
http://bit.ly/asl1940s
or call the box office at 720-898-7200 for more information.

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The Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities is offering an ASL-shadowed interpretation of their family-friendly holiday production "The 1940's Radio Hour" on Friday December 16th at 7:30pm. http://bit.ly/asl1940s

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ASL-interpreted "1940's Radio Hour" theatrical production 12-16-2011 at 7:30pm @arvadacenter. Get tix here http://bit.ly/asl1940s


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For more information about Accessibility at The Arvada Center - please view this web page:

http://www.arvadacenter.org/the-center/accessibility

For more information about The Arvada Center - please view our website here: http://www.arvadacenter.org

About the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities:

Now celebrating its 35th Season, the award winning Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities is one of the nation’s largest multidisciplinary arts centers, devoted to all aspects of the arts and generously supported in part by the City of Arvada and by the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).

The Arvada Center is located at 6901 Wadsworth Blvd. and provides free parking for all its patrons. For more information go to www.arvadacenter.org or call 720-898-7200.

If you have any further questions - please feel free to reach out to any of us below:

Group Discounts - Manny Gomez
mgomez@arvadacenter.org
720-898-7273

Accessibility / Education Specialist - Maggie Eaton
meaton@arvadacenter.org
720-898-7241

Online Services - Lisa Girard
lgirard@arvadacenter.org
720-898-7275

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