Live De(a)f Poetry 2 Performances, April 4

April 3, 2013 in Community Events, Community News

Deaf poetry

Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 8:00pm

Mianba Productions with producers Michelle A. Banks and Richard D. Graham Jr. is proud to present In Sight and Sound: Live De(a)f Poetry II and it’s return due to popular demand, to bridge the gap between hearing and deaf communities as well as ethnic, political and lifestyle boundaries by bringing a unique and diverse group of artists together to perform their poetry about love, lifestyle, passion and politics in American Sign Language and spoken word with performances by Monifa Lemons-Jackson, Mervin Primeaux, Dyone Mitchell, E-Baby, Chad Willman, Jill Sege, Kavon Ward, Kosi, Kriston Pumphrey, Michelle Banks, Nat Plu, Richard Graham, Teraca Florence and Tricia Wenda Alleyne. The show also includes live dance performances by Ameena Dayo, ReVonte Bradley, Tara Miles and Wade Green. Music provided by the talented DJ SupaLee and hip hop performances by D.Wayz with Aarron Loggins and Prinz-D The First Deaf Rapper.

In Sight and Sound is more than a performance but an experience in Poetry, Dance and Music that you will have not seen before with a theatrical flair while interpretation for both deaf and hearing audience members in American Sign Language and spoken English. The mission of In Sight and Sound: Live De(a)f Poetry is to creatively bring together the Deaf and hearing worlds through visual and audio media entertainment.

Not recommended for children under 18

Get tickets to In Sight and Sound: Live De(a)f Poetry 2

http://atlasarts.org/events/2011/07/in-sight-and-sound-live-deaf-poetry-2-2/


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