Imagination Stage ASL-Interpreted Performance of – “Looking for Roberto Clemente” May 1

April 5, 2016 in Community Events, Community News

 

 

The ASL-Interpreted Performance of 

Looking for Roberto Clemente
May 1 at 4:00 p.m.

Join us in The Anne M. and Theodore N. Lerner Family Theatre on 

Sunday, May 1 at 4:00 p.m.

 

4908 Auburn Avenue 
Bethesda, MD 20814

ASL Interpreters: Jennifer Joy Vold and Jordan Castilla

About the Show: Sam and Charlie are best friends and baseball fanatics in Pittsburgh, PA, in the year 1972. Puerto Rican superstar Roberto Clemente is the hero of the Pittsburgh Pirates, having led the team to victory after years of losing. When a mysterious fly ball transforms Sam into a Little League Superstar pitcher, he is invited onto the most prestigious Little League team in town, while Charlie is rejected for being a girl. Charlie forms her own team with the less athletic kids and her new friend Tommy, a boy with a disability. Sam and Charlie ultimately discover what it truly means to be a “hero” when their final game coincides with Clemente’s fateful decision to deliver supplies to earthquake victims in Nicaragua. Best for Ages 5+

To purchase tickets, please visit us online, or call our box office at 301-280-1660. Please note that our staff is trained to receive calls through relay and VRS.

Learn more  . . . Roberto