“Silent No More,” March 7, 2020

Betty Hauck writes on hearatboston@googlegroups.com: Various emails have been flying around regarding the March 7th showing of “Silent No More” at the Regent Theatre in Arlington MA. Showtime is 7:30 and the theatre is located at 7 Medford St. It has been determined that CART and ASL will be provided. This information was missing on the Regent Theatre’s website but was on the publicity sent out by No Limits for Deaf Children, the organization that produced the show. If you would like complimentary tickets, please contact mich…@nolimitsfordeafchildren.org Hope to see you at the show!

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ASL Night at the Museum of Fine Arts

Liz Olson writes on hearatboston@googlegroups.com: ASL Night at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) is Wednesday September 25 from 5 to 10, free admission starting at 4 PM. There are tours and concerts in ASL with English translation. I understand the divide between Deaf and hard of hearing populations , but I hope you might take an opportunity to learn to sign better, or understand what it is like to rely on translation, or maybe just the quiet atmosphere. See you there, Liz O

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Registration Is Now Open For the ALDA/HLAA Accessible Tour at the MFA on Saturday, September 21

Sue Schy writes on hearatboston@googlegroups.com: From: Francine Stieglitz <fstiegli@bu.edu> Date: September 3, 2019 at 9:43:31 AM EDT To: Francine Stieglitz <fstiegli@bu.edu> Subject: Registration is now open for the ALDA/HLAA Accessible tour at the MFA on Saturday, September 21 Please join us for our upcoming tour “The MFA and Boston Collectors: 19th Century to Mid 20th Century Paintings.”  “The MFA has been fortunate to have many collectors and donors of a wide range of objects over its 149 years. We will focus on an early group of collectors and explore the why, what and where of their collections. As we visit these objects, we’ll understand …

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Accessible Shakespeare performances on the Common this summer

Sue Schy writes in hearatboston@googlegroups.com: Commonwealth Shakespeare Company (CSC) is pleased to continue its Common Access Initiative as part of its 24th season of “Free Shakespeare on the Common.” Cymbeline runs July 17 – August 4 on the Boston Common. CSC is committed to keeping theatre accessible – financially, geographically, and artistically – as well as inclusive for patrons of all abilities. CSC has offered at least one American Sign Language (ASL) performance nearly every season since its founding in 1996, and in recent years has had the opportunity to meaningfully expand its disability access programming and offerings. At every …

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Tickets Are on Sale For Three Upcoming Accessible Theater Events

CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT TIME at the Boston Opera House Saturday, March 11,2020  2 PM: Open Captioned performance (Open Captions by c2) Tickets starting at $44 Open Caption Tickets Saturday, March 18, 2020 at 2 PM: American Sign Language performance Tickets starting at $44 ASL Tickets Sunday, March 12, 2020 at 1 PM: Audio described performance (description by Laura Willis) Tickets starting at $44 Audio Described Tickets *** A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM at the Trinity Repertory Company Open Captioned Performance:    Sunday, February 12, 2020  at 2 PM  Purchase tickets.   *** BILLY ELLIOT THE MUSICAL …

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Wheelock Theatre

Wheelock Family Theatre 180 The Riverway, on the campus of Wheelock College in Boston’s Fenway district The Wheelock Family Theatre is a professional, non-profit theatre associated with Actor’s Equity, the union of professional actors and stage managers. Wheelock Family Theatre seeks to improve the lives of children and families through the shared experience of live theatre. All performances are open captioned. FM receiver listening devices are available for use at any seat. Selected performances of every production are interpreted in American Sign Language (ASL). For additional information or a schedule of ASL-interpreted performances, contact the Box Office at tickets@wheelock.edu. TICKET PRICES …

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“Golda’s Balcony” Playing At the New Repertory Theatre

At the New Repertory Theatre in residence at the Charles Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown, MA: Golda’s Balcony, March 25-April 16, 2017 Featuring Bobbie Steinbach (Collected Stories, The Clean House), Golda’s Balcony follows Golda Meir from her humble beginnings as a Wisconsin school teacher to her meteoric rise through Israel’s early political system, becoming one of the world’s first elected female heads of state and one of the most influential women in Jewish history. Contact the Box Office for ticket information and purchases. This production is Hearing Loop-enabled. The Charles Mosesian Theater is equipped with a Tele-Coil Loop System. Patrons with hearing aids and cochlear …

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Next up on the Museum of Fine Arts Boston FM-Accessible Tour Schedule–Americas: Making Modern

Americas: Making Modern Museum of Fine Arts Sunday, February 5   – 10:30 AM Registration begins on January 9  and closes on January 27 A five-gallery exhibition on the third floor of the MFA’s Art of the Americas Wing explores what it meant to be in the vanguard of Modern art in the 20th century. From Frida Kahlo to Jackson Pollock, original voices of Modern artists working in the Americas were influenced by a variety of contemporaries, teachers, rivals, and friends. Incorporating diverse sources of inspiration, 20th-century painters took their artistic practice in dramatic new directions. Each gallery represents a …

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Open Captioned Movie event for HLAA Members and Friends on Cape Cod

Manchester by the Sea will be shown open captioned at: Cape Cinema Route 6A Dennis, MA December 13, and December 20 at 1 PM Cape Cinema manager Hugh Hart confirms that Manchester by the Sea will be shown with captions on December 13 and December 20 at 1 PM. Check the website for more details:  http://www.capecinema.com. The theater is on the grounds of the Cape Playhouse on Route 6A across from Scargo Cafe. It’s a visual treat just to see the historic ceiling mural. Buy a senior pass and save money. As Nantucket Advocate Penny Snow always reminds us, “You …

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