The NAC English Theatre holiday production of Alice Through the Looking-Glass has been capturing the hearts and dazzling the minds of families since the show opened on December 12. And it’s about to become a little more magical.
As a way to make productions accessible to all patrons, a matinee performance will be presented with assistance for the Deaf. On Saturday, January 3 at 2 pm, the NAC English Theatre is inviting three sign language interpreters for the matinee performance to enhance the experience of live theatre for Deaf patrons. On hand will be two ASL English interpreters and one Deaf interpreter/actor.
Special seating has been arranged for Deaf patrons who wish to attend this performance and enjoy the wonder and visually stunning production of Alice Through the Looking-Glass.
Tickets can be purchased by calling Dana Uzarevic, Interim Producer, NAC English Theatre at 613 947-7000 ext 320 or email at email@example.com. Tickets are $75 and there are a limited number of seats available.
Alice Through the Looking-Glass runs in the NAC Theatre until January 3rd. For more information, visit nac-can.ca.
Alice Through the Looking-Glass
by Lewis Carroll
adapted for the stage by James Reaney
directed by Jillian Keiley
featuring the NAC 2014-15 Ensemble
an NAC English Theatre production in association with the Stratford Festival
Alice Through the Looking-Glass is sponsored by Trinity Development Group.
Alice Through the Looking-Glass is part of the NAC’s Share the Spirit program – Giving the gift of live performance to deserving children and their families. Visit nac-cna.ca/share
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